Submit & Share Your Felting Photos!

Want to see your felted creations on the
LIVING FELT Blog, Newsletter or Website?

If your work is wet felted or needle felted, you can submit your photos for publication  AND be automatically entered to win prizes each week!! Winners are chosen by random drawing of all photos entered.

Everyone is  welcome to post items on any theme on our facebook wall at: http://www.facebook.com/livingfelt
We also have weekly themes to make the sharing even more interesting and to help you select from your pics!

Upcoming themes are listed at the bottom of our newsletter and routinely posted on our facebook page.

Every picture emailed to us and posted on our wall is automatically entered to win fun prizes in our weekly drawings! ☺ We announce the winners our weekly newsletter and contact the winners directly.

For best chances at getting your work published on our website, in our newsletter or on our blog (which is a Pinners Haven!), follow the guidelines below and send us your images before the theme is active.

SEND PHOTOS TO US DIRECTLY – Just follow these 4 simple steps:

1) Take a nice clear photo with a complimentary background

2) Send your photo -as an attachment –  to submissions  @ livingfelt  DOTcom with the Subject Line: YOUR NAME, Item Name (hat, bear, scarf, etc.)

3) In your email, TELL US SOMETHING INTERESTING about the piece:) such as: what did you learn by making, what unique technique did you use, what inspired it, etc. Every piece has a story!

4) Tell us what supplies you used – be specific if possible. Using Living Felt Wool and tools is not required, but if you did use them, your project may be considered for publication on our website / shopping cart as an Inspiration Piece! 🙂

You can also post your pics on our facebook page for even more chances to win!

*Please know, we LOVE receiving your photos. If we do not respond to your email, please understand that we get a large number of submissions each week and it can be challenging to respond to each one. Also, images that are blurry, dark and with busy backgrounds are not great candidates for publication. Consider shooting your photo on a plain white poster board or light wood table top in the outdoors in  natural light or near a well lit window…it can really help!