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Sponsorship Opportunities:

It’s a win/win!

Get seen at a great rate while helping others!

 

Currently we have two opportunities for Sponsorship: An advertising one that is described on this page and the Amiga Fund, an effort to support emerging or low income artists and businesses who can benefit from membership with Artizan Made. Both Artizan Made and TAFA: The Textile and Fiber Art List, our sister site, aim to help the handmade community broaden their reach online in an affordable way. The ad sponsors help fund these efforts.

Our main asset at this time is TAFA’s Facebook page which has over 44,000 followers and an excellent reach. This following was mostly built before Facebook became so greedy, forcing all of us to pay to get seen. We remain there because we have a huge community that we have invested in and the platform still offers many uses. Anyone wanting to grow their Facebook pages and tap into our following will benefit by becoming a Sponsor.

Two Plans:

Yearly: $250/year gets you a sponsor ad on this page and in our sidebar plus two posts a month on TAFA’s Facebook page, which has over 44,000 followers.

Monthly: Same deal for $25/month.  (3 months minimum)

The ads shown on this page show up on Artizan Made’s sidebar randomly.

Click here to place your ad

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How it works:

Artizan Made grew out of our sister site, TAFA: The Textile and Fiber Art List, a business association of studio artists, educators, institutions, fair traders and others working online with art quilts, weavings, felting, embroidery, and other needle arts. TAFA’s website, currently under a major rebuild, boasts over 550 international members, many of whom have earned recognition worldwide for their exceptional works or projects.

TAFA’s new site is expected to launch in Spring of 2023.  Meanwhile, we are using TAFA’s Facebook page to promote our Sponsors as every post there reaches 1,200 people immediately and expands as the post is shared, liked or commented on. TAFA’s Facebook audience is mostly made up of creative women over 40 who are well educated and enjoy travel.

Join Artizan Made, a collective of handmade shops.How we post: If the Sponsor has a Facebook page, we normally check to see what is being promoted there and reinforce that. If there is no new content, we go to the website and pick something we think will interest our audience. We make an effort not to duplicate posts and create an album for the Sponsor which is updated twice a year with the past post images. Our audience responds best to beautiful images, so we try to avoid ones that have too much text. Facebook also lowers the reach of images with more than 30% text.  See our Sponsor albums here.

Physical ads on Artizan Made: Click on a couple of the ads you see below and you will see how they display.  Each ad has 6 images, one live link and plenty of room for text. The Sponsor has access to their ad and can update them at any time. Four of these ads display randomly on Artizan Made’s sidebars.

Special bonus:

TAFA’s new site will use the same ad system and all current Sponsors will get a free ad for one year on the site!

TAFA was launched in 2010 and Sponsorships have remained the same price for all of these years. Our main goal with both TAFA and Artizan Made is to help the handmade community expand their reach in an affordable way. The Sponsorships help us do that.

Do you have an online shop selling handmade products? Artizan Made is a marketing collective that may interest you. Learn more about membership on the Join Page.  Our focus products are Home Décor and Eco Fashion.

Questions?  Here’s our Contact Page.

 

Current Sponsors

We reserve the right to reject any potential Sponsorship that may seem inappropriate for our audience. We aim to promote peace, understanding and environmental responsibility through our art community and want Sponsors who share those same values.
Pacific Northwest Art School Workshops

Pacific Northwest Art School Workshops

The Pacific NorthWest Art School is an Art School located on beautiful Whidbey Island in Washington State.  Each year we hold workshops and classes in Fiber Arts, Mixed Media, Painting, and Photography. Some of the well known names in the Fiber Art world who…
06/13/2023
Price: $500.00
Rowan Tree Travel & Fibercraft

Rowan Tree Travel & Fibercraft

Rowan Tree Travel & Fibercraft is a women owned and operated; independent travel company based in the United States. We design and facilitate small group tours rooted in an interest in craft, culture, unique environments and the friendships and memories…
05/26/2023
KnittingTours.com

KnittingTours.com

KnittingTours.com is the home of bespoke, authentic knitting vacations. We are a part of The Irish Tourism Group based in the mid-west of Ireland and into our third decade of providing first class land based vacations for our clients, who…
04/01/2024
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Gone Rustic

Gone Rustic

-this unique ruffled silk wrap would make a versatile and elegant addition to your wardrobe -love the warm colours and hints of orange and black highlights -wear it different ways with your favourite jeans, skirt or dress, or throw it…
03/10/2024
Price: $120.00
Aya Fiber Studio

Aya Fiber Studio

The Aya Fiber Studio Is Stuart Florida's Premier Fiber Art Workshop Destination. It is also the working studio of Suzanne Connors. With miles of beautiful natural beaches set against a pristine horizon, Martin County has plenty of space for you…
01/16/2024
Folkwear Patterns

Folkwear Patterns

Mission:  Folkwear provides high quality sewing patterns for historic and folk clothing from around the world based on authentic garments, with special focus on embellishment details, history, and honor of the garments and the cultures and times they originate from.…
01/12/2024
Peters Valley School of Craft

Peters Valley School of Craft

Peters Valley School of Craft, located in the picturesque Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area of northern NJ, offers immersive hands-on workshops in a supportive, inclusive environment. Weekend and week-long workshops in Fibers & Textiles include loom weaving, natural dyeing,…
01/10/2024
Jane Dunnewold

Jane Dunnewold

I am an artist, author and educator. Everything I teach and do is filtered through a deep connection to the energetic, spiritual aspects of human experience. I teach and lecture internationally online and when possible, in person! My passions include…
12/05/2023
HoonArts

HoonArts

We believe in the transformational power of the language of art. HoonArts is a purveyor of fine handcrafted offerings from Central Asia that serve as a bridge to empower our artisan partners, span the cultural divide and build a shared…
11/27/2021
Laura Lee Burch Textile Artist

Laura Lee Burch Textile Artist

I am an American textile Artist living in the Middle East. I’m from Greenfield, Indiana and I live in Jaffa, Israel; My family and I, our four cats, two turtles, and our Bull Terrier Louie live a multi-cultural life. I’m…
11/28/2021
Cindy Grisdela Art Quilts

Cindy Grisdela Art Quilts

My abstract art quilts are designed improvisationally without a preconceived pattern, a little bit like jazz music. Each decision about color and shape influences the next and complex blocks repeat like beats of a melody, calmed by irregular plain areas…
11/27/2023
MarketPlace: Handwork of India

MarketPlace: Handwork of India

MarketPlace: Handwork of India works with over 400 artisans, most of whom are women, who are organized into 13 independent cooperatives in India. Four of these cooperatives are Fabric Artisans, who dye our custom fabrics using an array of traditional…
11/14/2023
Ann Dunbar

Ann Dunbar

Ann Dunbar is an International quoted artist, born and educated in U.K and now working and living in France. In England, armed with a teachers' diploma (South bank University 1975) and an arts degree specialising in textiles (west surrey College…
10/31/2023
Jane Porter Fashion

Jane Porter Fashion

Descending from generations of Armenian weavers and dyers, Jane Porter carries her love for beautiful fabric and color in every fashion accessory she creates. Jane selects silk, wool, cotton and cashmere fabrics with weave structures that enhance the scarf’s drape…
10/20/2023
Itsa Studio

Itsa Studio

ITSA Studio came about after I closed my bead store in the 90's; I wanted to get into my own studio to create art. When I shuttered the windows of the shop, I did not leave behind my love of…
07/18/2022

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