Hi, Crafters! There’s someone very special I would like you all to meet. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to our trusty friend, the Tag Cloud!
Where is he, you ask? I’ll show you!
The Tag Cloud lives at the bottom of our homepage. Simply go to our homepage and scroll to the very bottom. Once there, you will see a bunch of words separated by pink lines. Click the link that says “Keyword Index” and BAM! Every keyword in our Tag Cloud will be available for your exploration:
The Tag Cloud itself looks a little something like this, with our most popular tags in LARGER writing:
So, how does this help you? I’ll give you some examples: Say your child has a party coming up, and you want to make a banner that will really add some festivity to the living room mantel. Fortunately for you, we have a whole tag full of banner craft ideas for you to choose from!
Say you have an excess amount of construction paper that you’re just dying to get rid of. Simply find our construction paper crafts tag and dig in to 28 crafts that all use construction paper!
Only have half an hour to knock out a quick craft or two? Our 30 minute crafts tag is chock full of the fastest, easiest crafts around!
Even browsing the Tag Cloud without a certain type of project in mind is sure to yield some exciting discoveries. With everything from Chinese crafts to Hanukkah crafts, nothing is too niched for our mighty Tag Cloud. We have the hottest crafting trends and the most unique craft ideas all in one place and all for you.
Best of all, each site in our Prime Publishing family has a tag cloud. So if you want to visit AllFreeHolidayCrafts and find adorable ideas for the upcoming holiday seasons, simply click the “Keyword Index” at the bottom of their homepage and browse away. The same goes for DIYIdeaCenter, FaveCrafts, and well, everybody! The inspiration is truly limitless.
Happy “Cloud surfing!”
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