Do You Have A Great Craft of Your Own You Would Like to Share?

I'm always on the look out for new craft project ideas. I bet you are too! If you have a craft project tutorial of your own that you would like to share, your craft may be featured as a web page on the Crafts For All Seasons website.

This site is all about sharing unique and creative craft ideas, and we would all LOVE to see your craft projects you have done.

If accepted, your craft project will be on its own page on this website. You may link to it, and see what others have to say about your craft. A link to your project will appear below and also on its relevant category page (All occasion crafts, or a holiday/season page). Your craft will also be featured at the top of the home page for a limited time, and our Facebook page.


Some of my rules for acceptance have changed, so please take a moment to review these important points:

1. Your craft must be your own. That means you created it! Also make sure YOU have written the tutorial, no plagarism allowed.

2. Each craft tutorial should be at least 150 words long. Write a introduction paragraph about your craft, and include easy to follow step by step instructions. In some cases I may edit typos or grammar, add in extra information in your submission to help the search engines find your craft page better.

2. You must include a photo of the finished craft to be accepted. Sorry, no exceptions. It is hard to visualize a project without seeing the final result. I cannot accept your craft tutorial submission without a photo. Please make sure the photo is your own so that I know I have permission to post it.

Please resize the photo to 800x600 pixels. If you are having trouble, feel free to use the contact me form to email me for help. I will reply to you and then you can attach your photos to the email and I'll do the resizing for you.

3. The craft tutorial you write must not appear on any other site.
Exact duplicate content is frowned upon by Google and the search engines. If your craft appears on another site or blog, please do not submit it here. Only original content please.

4. I can no longer accept outgoing links in the craft tutorial submissions.

Thank you so much for submitting!



Please Note: By submitting your craft, you are stating that this craft is your own work. You agree to allow your project to be featured on the Crafts For All Seasons blog, announced on Twitter, the RSS feed, and the Crafts For All Seasons Facebook page. These are all places where I announce new projects/additions/and updates to the site. Crafts For All Seasons has the right to not accept a craft submission.

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