CraftKits Lauches New Site

Top Quote Their old website was outdated, so CraftKits hired LinkPoint Media to improve their online presence. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 12, 2016 - In an effort to improve their presence on the web, Craftkits has released a new website at

    Steve and Laurie's shop opened in 1985. CraftKits was born out of the need for inexpensive, quality crafts centered around American Indian lore. Through their crafts and products, Steve and Laurie teach children about pride, creativity, and accomplishment.

    Their products include regalia, feathers, arrowheads, hides, moccasins, and of course supplies and tools for crafts.

    "The importance of creativity has been drifting away, but we strongly believe that creativity promotes good things for kids," they say. "We want to revive art, while also informing about the history and heritage of our country and its first peoples."

    Their old site was jumbled and unorganized, so Steve and Laurie's new site is clear, concise, and uncluttered. It features a store, contact form, and additional resources to network with other areas in this industry.

    CraftKits' web site was designed by LinkPoint Media, a Bourbonnais, Illinois-based Web design company specializing in sites for small businesses and nonprofits. LinkPoint Media has also designed sites for The Total Parent, World Conflicts Books, and the Kankakee chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Find them online at

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