SculpeyLair: Following in the Steps of the Cucuteni Potters


It was an ex-roommate and Burning Man fan who introduced me to Sculpey polymer clay several summers ago, as she was manufacturing clay beads to trade for other goods and services at the Burning Man Festival in Nevada. It was not long before I discovered the potential of this material (soft and rubbery though it is) to be turned into lovely ornaments and small pots with decorative designs of Celtic and Neolithic origins, among other things. And now I'm looking for ways to market my own brand of polymer clay creations, complete with multicolored clay inlay work! This is also my tribute to the Neolithic potters of the Classical Cucuteni culture (of Neolithic Eastern Europe) for sharing their dynamic designs with me through their surviving artifacts! This LairLinks collection of course, is far from complete; more links are surely Forthcoming!

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Potters' Lairs: Links for Sculpey Lovers and Other Polymer Clay Fans

The Official Sculpey Page
The Polymer Clay Website
Accent Import Export Inc.: The Fimo Zone
National Polymer Clay Guild
Polymer Clay Central
The Sunshine Artist Website
Lynelle's Mostly Polymer Clay Links List
Nuthin' But Links Website
SAC Newsmonthly Online

Peddling Pots: AuctionLairs and Other Places to Sell Stuff

eBay: THE Online Auction Place
The Arts & Crafts Society Marketplace
The Crafts Fair Online
Top Auctions Sites Page
Ruby Lane Auctions Website
Selling Your Art Online

General Crafts MarketLairs: Other Paths to Dumping Your Day Job

A Small Business Directory
How to Sell Jewelry and Crafts Arts & Crafts Business Page
SPLibrary: The Informed Artist
The PayPal Homepage
Get A Deal Website
StreetLife Gallery Website
Craft Marketer Website
Arts & Crafts Show Business Site


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