Craftster.org Launches With a New Look and Featured Articles

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Craftster.org has hired a new Editor to go along with its new look to be unveiled at CHA. The kitschy craft site will now showcase front page articles, as well as new browsing features that make it more friendly and informative than ever.

Craftster.org has a brand new look. Along with a beautiful new, modern layout, Craftster is happy to announce that an Editor has been added to the team. In addition to the very popular forums, Craftster now features front page articles about a wide variety of crafty subjects.

Craftster's new Editor, Lori Shimer (aka Batgirl) is hard at work bringing informative, fun and inspiring articles to their newly introduced Craft Articles section. The inaugural article covered -- what else -- Inauguration crafts. These included such Obama-themed projects as a knit Obama cap, a tiny crocheted Barack Obama, and even a portrait of Obama made entirely from beans. Upcoming topics will include keeping yourself and your home warm when the temperatures are dropping, Valentine's Day Crafts, and Mardi Gras crafts and traditions. These articles highlight some of the amazing projects posted by members, and provide crafty hints and tips for Craftster members and casual viewers. Featured articles provide a front page showcase for the best of their member's amazing work, drawing attention to the skills and creativity that make Craftster so special.

Projects range from traditional to quirky to downright irreverent, and encompass a range of skill levels from gallery-worthy to easy beginner ideas. This diversity is a hallmark of Craftster and is what makes the community so vital. The articles will give a new voice to the community and function as a complement and a guide to the pulse of the community.

About Craftster:
Craftster.org is an online community for crafting and DIY (do it yourself) enthusiasts which has a uniquely hip and cutting edge vibe. Craftster readers share their projects, talk about the latest crafting trends & products and interact with others that have a passion for crafting.

Craftster is a subsidiary of NameMedia, the owner and publisher of many of the largest and most active enthusiast community sites on the web, including sites focused on photography, gardening, crafting, stamping, astrology, automotive, rock climbing and sky-diving.
Headquartered outside Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts, more information is available at http://www.namemedia.com.

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