The 'Original' Creative Crafting Magazine written by Crafters, for Crafters

Creative Crafting magazine began in August/September 2009, when a group of crafting friends on the Creative Connections network decided that it would be a good idea to raise awareness of the crafting community. From this point they started work and the first issue of Creative Crafting was published in October 2009 and the last was June 2014.
Now we are bringing you everything crafty from the home and beyond.

Monday, 12 April 2010

Advertise your shop in our new Directory.

The June issue of Creative Crafting will see the launch of our new Crafters Directory. Times are hard and all of our businesses need as much promotion as they can get. We will be adding this new section complete with clickable links that should hhopefully bring lots of new customers to your shops and websites.
We hope that you love reading our magazine as much as we love to create it for you, it does however, take lots of time to produce and has costs that I am currently covering myself. In order to keep it going we will be asking a small charge for advertising in the directory.
Please support us so that we can continue to bring you our colourful issues and hopefully one day we will be able to print hard copies.

Advertising starts at just £2. For more information and to book your slot please visit our website Creative-Crafting.

if you would like us to email you an example page complete with links, please email us at

Thank you for your continuing support.

Thursday, 1 April 2010

Easter Edition - OUT NOW

Our Easter Edition, issue 4, of Creative Connections is OUT NOW!

Thank you to everyone that was involved to make issue 4 possible, and to our three knew regular contributors:
Amy - Amyorangejuice
Trevor - Trev's Carvings
Dianne - Heartmade Gifts

Creative Crafting Awards

This months Blog of the Month Award goes to Debbie from Hennie’s Nimble Needles blog called - The Hen Coop. Debbie, or Hennie, as everyone knows her as.
Debbie is raising money for the charity, the Sunflower Trust Fund, and is knitting away, raising money and awareness for epilepsy.

You can read more about it here at her blog -

This months Shop of the Month Award goes to Sarah Waterhouse Hand Printed Textiles from Folksy.

Sarah makes printed accessories and home textiles, that are environmentally friendly and hand printed using water based inks on unbleached cottons or organic fabrics. All of Sarah’s fabrics designs are original designs by herself.

Check out her store here:

Creative Crafting