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Published on August 22nd, 2009 | by Wenona Napolitano


Get Free Green Craft Ideas at FaveCrafts.com

I just came across a craft site I had not been to before- FaveCrafts.com. It’s pretty great for a free site full of crafty ideas, how-to’s and step by step tutorials.

Learn more about FaveCrafts.com after the jump.

They have tons of free craft ideas, tutorials and even how-to videos. They even have a lot of green crafts like 14 things to do with an old pair of blue jeans, Recycled Tin Can Luminaries, CD case picture frame and for those already getting ready for a green Halloween check out the plastic bottle pumpkin luminaries.

FaveCrafts.com has free downloadable e-books too. 42 Ways to Recycle, Low Cost Kitchen Crafts, Low Cost Clothing Crafts, Summer Crafts for Kids and for those of you planning a wedding there’s DIY Wedding E-book ready to download.

I am always on the look out for ideas, inspiration and crafty how-tos. Books and websites always catch my attention. FaveCrafts is one I am off to explore and see what new ideas I can drum up for some budget friendly fun. Of course if I keep searching for crafts to do I am never going to have any time to actually do them.

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About the Author

Wenona is married with three crazy kids that range in age from 4 to 18. She is a freelance writer, poet and the author of The Everything Green Wedding Book. She enjoys reading, writing, crafting and gardening. She tries to do all of these as "greenly" as possible. Her writing has appeared in several local and regional publications, Pack O Fun, Today's Creative Home Arts, and Indiana Living Green magazines as well as numerous online sites including PlentyMag.com, EthicalWeddings.com, MyEcoChicWedding.com, eHow, Associated Content, Suite101 and Life123.com.

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  • Kerry

    Is there a way of accessing the site without filling out all those jump screens asking for personal information?

  • http://yahoo Alice

    I do not sign up for any newsletter that requires my street address and phone no. That is what I have email for. I also do not use a title and resent not being allowed to register without using one. That is not on any of my ID’s

  • Annie Swyzuki

    This is a great site with many green crafting ideas. I get their free newsletter and it is filled with great crafting projects. You only need to supply an e-mail address, not your postal. The postal is only if you want to sign up for some crafting offers like magazines and stuff. They seem to do a recycle project or two weekly. Check out this article: http://www.favecrafts.com/Green-Crafting/10-Ways-to-Reuse-and-Recycle-Trash-for-Crafting

  • http://www.everythinggreenweddings.blogspot.com Wenona Napolitano

    I skipped through all the sign up stuff and just signed up for the newsletter. I really wish they would remove all that pop up sign up stuff though, after the first time I visited it has never come up again.

  • http://www.FaveCrafts.com Caley

    Hi all! I’m an editor for FaveCrafts.com (and the author of the plastic trash article above =D ). Thanks very much for the mention! Green crafting is actually my favorite category, one that I’m always working to grow.

    The pop-up that appears when you first come to FaveCrafts offers our free crafting newsletter. You can sign up only with your email address or you can choose not to sign-up. You should only receive this screen the first visit to FaveCrafts. We give people the option to add in more information, which is useful when sending prizes for our weekly giveaways. The offers that appear after newsletter sign-up are entirely optional (just hit skip if you prefer), and are the way we are able to offer so much content for free.

    Thanks for letting me explain! Hope to see you around.

  • http://www.mindfulmomma.typepad.com Mindful Momma

    I’m always on the lookout for crafts made from recycled/repurposed stuff. Thanks for the link!

  • Mrs Boris Badiutyzi

    Love the book and site. Thank you for the green crafting idea. Favecrafts is a favorites now.

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