I hate to even respond to this, but I feel that I must. I first started to
respond directly to you, but noticed that your address had "no email at
all" it and figured that you would never see it.
Okay, if you have been reading this newsgroup for almost a year, Max, you
must know by now that this newsgroup is for the newbie and the professional
and all in between. And you must also know that we are a friendly,
informative and tactful group for the most part. Please have some tact with
your next posting. You posted right to the message where an individual had
listed her items for sale and had asked for opinions. Opinions of which I
believe would be well received if constructive criticism or suggestions were
made. If you could not look directly at her work and offer suggestions or
congratulations, then she was not talking to you. Just to give a blanket
that you don't like it, is uncalled for and not tactful at all. In other
words, your opinion is not worth much unless you give concrete suggestions
to improve. As Ann Landers would say, "You deserve a trillion lashes with a
wet noodle!" So go back to lurking until you learn to behave properly in
> There was a post here awhile back about some people thought
> their polymer clay was really wonderful, and the writer pointed out
> that she checked the auctions on Ebay and saw the beautiful to the
> grossly grotesque in the nearly 400 listings under polymer clay.
> Well, Not to be mean, but I've been working with clay for 3 years and
> never considered the majority of my pieces good enough to sell. Maybe
> I'm just too *** myself because my necklaces sell literally right
> off my wife's neck and earrings off her ears too! But I've never felt it
> was good
> enough to actually offer it for sale. I don't even have a website
> displaying it!
> But I've got to say, if people are actually buying that ugly polymer
> clay stuff
> you've got in your auctions, than I need to get myself in gear and jump
> the online selling market! I can make stuff that looks like that with my
> clay in my sleep!
> Sorry guys, I read posts here all the time. I've been a lurker for
> almost a year,
> just not big on conversation, but since I'm posting just let me say this
> is a great
> group. Alot of great tips, tidbits, advice and friendship.
> I might never post again, but I'll be reading.
> > Thank you! Thank you!
> > *warm fuzzy* ;)
> > -phrena
> > > Hi Phrena! My oh my...you have wonderful creations there! I like
> > > them! Keep it up!
> > > Tanya
> > > -----------------
> > > > Hi all,
> > > > I've added a couple of new items to my auction booth on Yahoo!
> > > Auctions,
> > > > and more are to follow. Let me know what you think!
> > > > http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> > > > thanks,
> > > > -phrena
> > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> > > > Before you buy.
> > > --
> > > the clay to play
> > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> > > Before you buy.
> > Sent via Deja.com http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> > Before you buy.