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  1. Hi All, I was searching for the most popular glaze colors for 2019 (or trends) - I have done some shows, but my setup looked more like 1000 pieces of misc. pottery. I want to go back to a more "solid" look, and maybe have 3 sections (or 2) with only a combination glaze mix and/or solid color glaze (no layering) so my booth doesn't look so "Hodge Podge" I looked at the other newer post on the users first pottery show and how to display, but my question(s) are: 1) I was looking at coming color trends for 2019; they are gearing towards yellows, oranges, turquoise....does anyone apply those trends to pottery and decorations? These were general color trends and also included fashion trends 2) Given the two markets I am starting to make more work for are towards the holidays, what "colors" do you suggest? I don't want to gear my items towards Thanksgiving or Christmas (I don't want to end up taking a bunch of things home that are all holiday themes) - but what colors/color combinations are best around the holidays? Or does it matter? Thank you in advance for suggestions - I want to make my Holiday markets more profitable
  2. Let me know what works for you as far as prioritizing gifts that need to be thrown or hand built for the holiday season. This will be my first season making gifts for friends and family and I have a long list so far (at least 20 to start with). Any tips on making it a stress-free endeavor? Signed, The Newbie
  3. Come to my pottery sale this December 7-8th in Shoreview, MN! The first 10 people to make a purchase win a free pot! And of course there will be treats galore! See you there!
  4. Gallery 8080880808 Lady StreetColumbia, SC 29201 Dec. 5-8, 2013 Thurs, 12/5 Noon- 8pm (opening)Fri, 12/6 Noon - 8pm (Jasper Salon 6-8)Sat, 12/7 Noon - 4pm Sun, 12/8 Noon - 4pm Do you have a unique personality? Then you deserve an art piece of equal and unique distinction. The Midlands Clay Arts Society Annual Show and Sale gives you the opportunity to buy one of a kind, handmade art pieces that truly express your unique style and personality. Works range from whimsical and classical sculpture to creative serving pieces. Decorative accessories, jewelry and yard art will all be on display for you to choose from. Admission is free and there is no retailer mark up.
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