World of WarCrafts is taking your submissions!

Anne Stickney
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World of WarCrafts is taking your submissions!
World of WarCrafts spotlights art and creativity by WoW players, including fan art, cooking, comics, cosplay, music, fan fiction and more. Sample the whole spectrum on our Arts and Crafts in WoW page.

World of WarCrafts is looking for more crafting creations! Do you make cuddly plush critters like the druid kitties shown above? Or perhaps you spend your time creating parodies of popular music with a Warcraft twist? We are currently looking for more people to interview and feature in World of WarCrafts. If you've got the knack for crafting and some creative projects you'd like to share, don't hesitate to let us know.

What counts as "crafts"? A little bit of everything, really. We've featured makers of plush critters, musicians, creators of fan art and fan fiction, chefs, cakes, and even a bathroom remodel with a Warcraft theme! Amigurumi creations, custom action figures, knitted Warcraft wearables, sculpture, cosplay, and even taxidermy. Basically, if you've created something Warcraft-inspired or -themed and you'd like to share it with the rest of the world, we'd love to hear from you. If you have any friends or family who have creations worth sharing, tell them to send in a submission.

So if you've made some homemade creations that you'd love to share or have a how-to for a fun crafting project, drop us a line and send us a photo or two ... You could be featured soon!

World of WarCrafts spotlights art and creativity by WoW players, including arts and crafts, fan art, WoW-themed recipes, comics, cosplay, music and fan fiction. Show us how you express yourself by emailing with your not-for-profit, WoW-inspired creations.
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