Think shamrocks and leprechauns and pots of gold under rainbows!
Here’s a few ideas to help you create a So Crafty lens that has just what they’re looking for.
- Use lots of great photos in your craft tutorial. When they say a picture is worth a thousand words, that goes double when you’re using photos in your craft instructions. A 250 x 250 square works best in the Intro module but bigger rectangular photos work best on the home page of So Crafty so be sure to include those too. Try to share a photo of the finished product along with a few photos taken while completing the craft project.
- Provide a list of supplies needed.
- Provide good clear step-by-step instructions. A good way to make sure your instructions are clear and understandable is to create the lens while you create the craft. That way you can write every step down as it happens.
- Use Amazon modules to share your thoughts about the best tools and materials a reader will need to complete your St. Paddy’s Day craft.
- Include a guestbook so that your reader can ask you questions about completing the project, just in case they get stuck.
Craft ideas might include: Paper crafts, crochet & knit patterns, scrapbook ideas, green jewelry, kids crafts, fun homemade decorations for St. Patrick’s Day, or any other type of St. Patrick’s Day craft you can think of.
If you’d like your St. Patrick’s Day craft lens included in the So Crafty magazine, choose “Arts & Design” as your main topic for the lens and then “crafting” for your subtopic.
Stop by St Patricks Day Plastic Canvas Pattern – Shamrock Wind Spinner to see an example of a great St. Patrick’s Day craft lens. Then, get to work on one of your own.
And when it’s completed, feel free to share the link to your new St. Patrick’s Day craft lens here so we can all take a look.