The week in CRAFT

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The week in CRAFT

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This is the first “official” week of the CRAFT launch, you can get our new magazine in stores, Amazon, subscribe and the is open 24/7 for all things in the world of CRAFT – here are a few fun posts from this week…

  • Star Wars Crafts Archive, use the felt – Link.
  • A Closer Look: Halloween Etsy – Stuffy Skeleton, bones and be cute, really – Link.
  • Chicago’s Gurelea Crew, Goli says renegade mad graffiti steez – Link.
  • Amazing origami, contorted and confusing topological paper spaces – Link.
  • CRAFT launch party pics, we launched CRAFT this week, whoo! – Link.
  • And a lot more @ the CRAFT blog – Link.

6 thoughts on “The week in CRAFT

  1. lilorfnannie says:

    I saw the Craft mag in the store, and it looks terrific. I have to say, though, that I simply won’t pay $15/issue (cover price) or $37/year for four issues. I might pay half that, but that’s about it. Sorry-

  2. philliptorrone says:

    if you subscribe it’s only – $34 for the year. divide $34/12 months, that’s $2.83 cents/month not bad. we do 4 huge issues a year, filled with projects and the magazine will be something you keep as opposed to other magazines that you’d toss… i think less than $3 a month is a good deal for what you’re getting. plus you’re supporting the MAKE & CRAFT sites which are free (we do have some ads).

    you can also get the digital edition of CRAFT (only) for $26.95.

    and if you subscribe now, you get a CRAFT t-shirt, not too shaby.

  3. tms10000 says:

    I have not picked up a copy of CRAFT yet, but if it’s like MAKE, it’s 95% content and 5% ads (relevant ads with that) It’s an incredibly good deal, and at only 4 issues / year, it’s still only 5 bucks per month. Most people spend alot more than $5 per day on food alone.

    I know, I sound like a fanboy. I probably am. Viva MAKE, Viva CRAFT!

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