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If you are looking to be featured on our site, you can find our Submit Your Project form for all the details. All you need to do to submit a project to FaveCrafts is follow this step-by-step form and provide all the relevant information for your craft project or tutorial. Since this program launched, we have received 1000s of craft projects for our site. Our readers and our bloggers love all the new, user-generated content. If you have a question about this process, check out our list of Frequently Asked Questions below.
Still have a question? Feel free to comment below with any further questions and an editor will get back to you within one business day. If you are uncomfortable commenting, feel free to fill out our Contact Us form.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of projects are you looking for?
The type of projects we are looking for are always listed on the Submit Your Project page. The editor will keep this updated as the need for particular projects arises. You can submit any type of craft you would like, but submitting one we have asked for gives you a better chance of being featured prominently in a newsletter or blog post.
Do I have to fill everything out?
No. You can skip certain fields like the materials and instructions list on our form.
What should I name my project?
Project names should be about 4 words long. Readers love descriptive and interesting names. Names that mention materials used, time spent, or pop culture (like Downton Abbey or John Wayne) references often do well. Our readers also enjoy color names like lilac, peyote, seabreeze, sunset, navy blue, and more. The more intriguing the better. Browse our newest craft projects or subscribe to our newsletter for some ideas.
What kind of copy/description are you looking for?
Your copy must be 50 words long. We recommend that you be specific and fun. Let readers know why your project is worth looking at over others. Is it budget friendly? Does it use an interesting technique? Is it so cute that you get a million compliments on it? These kind of details help your link stand out.
I submitted by project, but it didn’t show up! Where is it?
Projects must be approved by editors at FaveCrafts.com. This means they can take some time. Our editorial assistants, interns, and editors are constantly adding projects, but if we have a lot of submissions it can take a few weeks.
How long does it usually take for my project to be posted?
As stated above, it can take up to two weeks or more for projects to be added to the site. We will contact when your project is up.
I don’t have a blog. Can I still submit my projects?
Absolutely! So long as the project is original and 100% yours we would love to see it. If you do not have a link for your project, you must submit a list of materials and instructions. If you just want to show us what you made, head on over to our Facebook or comment a relevant project on our site with a photo.
Do you have a button I can post on my featured project?
Absolutely! Head on over to this page to grab a button for your site or the project featured. We always love to be featured.
There’s an error on my project. How do I edit my submitted project?
Unfortunately, you cannot edit your own projects on the site. If there is an error on your project, reply to the email you receive pertaining to your project and let the editor know. They should be able to help you! If that does not work, feel free to fill out a Contact Us form on our site or comment on your project on the site. The editor will see your comment and send you an email.
Where else can I submit my projects?
If you are interested in being featured on our other craft or food sites, visit their homepages. A link to their form will be featured in the header of their site. Scroll down to the bottom of the Prime Publishing LLC site for links to all of your websites.
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