A while ago I received a wonderful email from Alaleis, who, in addition to having the coolest name ever, is the founder of Kidzlist.com. Her daughter made coffee filters flowers (featured left) for her friends in first grade and asked if they could feature my tutorial on Kidzlist’s brand new arts and crafts section—check it out, and while you are over there, poke around!
Kidzlist is a fantastic local resource guide for all things kid-related. They are currently in 52 cities around the US, perhaps including a neighborhood near you 🙂
And here is where you come in: Analeis is on the prowl! Kidzlist’s arts and craft section is expanding rapidly and is in need of contributors. If you have a project for Kidzlist, shoot her an email email@example.com and she will send you more information.
Also, while I am on the subject of cross-promoting-all-things crafty…
Quilting Arts Magazine is looking for submissions to their upcoming portrait issue. I know a lot of you out there quilt —wouldn’t it be great to see your work in print? Well then, hop to it and click here for submission details!
RIT Dye is hosting a creative upcycling challenge! Use Rit Dye to re-create anything that needs to be brought back to life. Prizes aplenty. Click here for details.
If anyone else knows of great places to promote your work, please mention in the comments 🙂