|Emma Collins. Media & PR Officer at docrafts|
Well we have been a little naughty by not blogging since last year! BUT (see that I have put a big BUT) we have been super duper busy with the UK's best-selling craft magazine, docrafts.com loading even more information and projects to inspire you even more (just when you think we can't inspire you anymore!) and the products? Oh the products. So far this year we have had amazing comments about our product launches. Thank you so much.
We have also been busy chatting to crafters online in Craft Talk, on Facebook, on Twitter. Wow! We have been busy haven't we?
Before I move on, let me wish you a Happy New Year! How is your year going so far? How many cards have you made in 2014? Discovered any new techniques? Discovered any new products? Found a new craft? I would love to know so please leave me a comment below.
So, have you heard about #docraftsmonday? As so many of you chat regularly to us on Social Media Platforms we thought that we should have some fun on a dreaded Monday. It seems like so many grumble when Monday appears. Back to routine. Back to work or school runs. We also know just how busy you all are crafting on a weekend so we wanted to be nosey and see what you have been up to. #docraftsmonday is a 'show and tell' for crafters. Great idea isn't it? It's so much fun and really is interesting seeing so many great craft makes!
So how do you get involved? Here is the science bit ;-)
To get involved on Facebook: On Mondays, post a photo on our Facebook Page of a recent craft project and add the hashtag #docraftsmonday. You can see other #docraftsmonday projects by visiting our page and viewing the 'Posts by Others' section, clicking on the #docraftsmonday hashtag, or searching '#docraftsmonday' in the Facebook search box.
To get involved on Twitter: On Mondays, tweet a photo of a recent craft project, add the hashtag #docraftsmonday and add our username (@docraftsteam). You can see all #docraftsmonday projects by clicking on the #docraftsmonday hashtag, or searching '#docraftsmonday' in the Twitter search box.
Your project can be anything you have handmade recently including a scrapbook layout, a sewing project, cake decorating, a piece of handmade jewellery, a card or something you have upcycled. Whatever you like! When you see a #docraftsmonday project you like, make sure you give it a Like/comment/ReTweet and share the love!
See... easy enough to get involved! And don't forget to add your #docraftsmonday makes to your online gallery over on www.docrafts.com
Love Emma x