Are you looking for arts and crafts resources? Create and Craft own the arts and craft TV show but also sell a broad variety of different craft supplies. Read on to learn about what they sell, then check out customer reviews to find out if their other customers are satisfied!
About Create and Craft
Create and Craft is a retailer of multi-brand hobby and craft supplies. In addition to their flourishing online shopping site they operate the TV Craft Channel which airs on Freeview, Virgin, Sky and Freesat. Some of the great features about this company are that they are well known for their success as an arts and craft retailer, having won Best Online Retailer and Best Overall Crafting Website. They are also second to none when it comes to customer service as they always ensure that their products are always being updated and offer exclusive deals on their top quality products from popular brands and that the presenters and guests on their TV shows are experts with plenty of information for the consumers. Another way in which the company makes their services more accessible for their customers is by offering the option of spreading costs over 2, 3 or 4 months, by making their sales available 24/7, by organising a Create and Craft Club so that loyal customers can be rewarded with benefits and finally offering exciting prizes for their regular arty competitions.
Have a look at this advertisement by Create and Craft to see what kinds of products they sell!
Customer Services: What does this company feature on their website? What can they offer you?
The Create and Craft website splits their products into Papercraft (Card Making Supplies, Papercraft Embellisments, Books and Software, Die-Cutting, Papercraft Tools, Book Folding, Foiling, Paper Mache, Quilling etc) Sewing (such as Sewing Machines, Cross Stitch Kits and Fabric), Baking (including Bakeware Cake Presentation products and Confectionary), Jewellery (such as Jewellery Making Kits and Tools), Knitting (including Knitting Kits, Wool & Yarn and Knitting Storage), Home Crafts (such as Candle Making, Pottery & Clay and Woodwork) Art (including pens, pencils, pastels, art kits and calligraphy products) and Occasions (Birthdya, Party, New Baby, Anniversary, Weddings, Valentine's Day etc).
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Have you ever shopped at Create and Craft? If so, please take just a moment to share your feedback on this company in a customer review to inform other customers of the quality of this company. For example, are their products well made and durable and do they offer a suitable range? How efficient is their delivery? How helpful is their customer service team?
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I bought an house recently, which I was to decorate according to my mother. And she love crafts and arts . she used to put such stuff at our home. So when I decided to bought an house for us I booked crafts supplies from create and craft.
Here, lots of essentials and supplies which will definitely help my mother to make more crafts .
The supplies are really good in quality and also they charge better as compare to others. So this will definitely work.
Dear me create and craft, you really are letting crafters down. Since August 2017, you have offered us no new crafts, demonstrations are constantly interrupted by inane comments from presenters and no time is spent on the product. In short, you are driving your viewers away!
Mr Martin Parker constantly waffles about anything except craft. I don't want to hear of his exploits in the RAF, I want to hear about craft. Andy Love is out of his depth on craft as is Loen. Dean Wilson and Jenny Cleary are the only two presenters that are interesting, know what they're doing and are a joy to watch.
Your programs are too samey; Kanban, Tattered Lace, Brother, Hunky Dory and pinflair. Where are all the crafts for men? There is no woodturning, cross-stitch, metalworking. There is no D-I-Y or any tool programs. What are you going to do about it? Go to Facebook, there is a group there who air their opinions of create and craft; if I owned your company, I would be worried.
A company needs to be constantly changing, with fresh faces and fresh ideas. Create and Craft is stagnating. Granted, you have one a few awards, but then where was the opposition? Please, try something new.