Contact/Media Kit

A Crafty Arab (ACA) strengthens Arab-American heritage and language by creating original educational tools and blog posts that are fun for children.

 

The ACA website and blog has a wide range of readership from the Western world and Middle East / North African (MENA) regions. A Crafty Arab is active on social media and can be found on Facebook, Goodreads, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest,  and Twitter.

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Koloud ‘Kay’ Tarapolsi, the Libyan American artist and art teacher behind ACA, has a rich Arab heritage that inspires her tutorials and projects. Her story was recently written about in a SeattleMet article.  She holds a Bachelors from Oklahoma State University, a Masters in International Studies from the University of Washington, specializing in MENA and a Ducktorate from Disney University.

 

Kay enjoys showcasing different religious DIY crafts since the MENA region is the home to the 3 major religions of the world: Christianity, Judaism and Islam, as well as projects that highlight the Arab language.

A Crafty Arab also covers other MENA cultures, such as Persian, Amazigh and the Arab diaspora.

In 2011 A Crafty Arab started a #RamadanCrafts 30 day challenge to create a craft a day for the full Islamic holy month. The goal was to teach children about the Arab culture in a fun, educational way.

A Crafty Arab recently became a Plaid Ambassador. Earnings made from any income on posts is returned back into the studio to buy more supplies.

 

A Crafty Arab receives 12,000 page views a month and a session duration will average 2 minutes.  ACA blog readership is largely female, aged 25-45, have children and live primarily in these top five countries:

    • US
    • UK
    • Canada
    • Russia
    • Saudi Arabia

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