Earn Affiliate Income with Craftsy

We looked recently at the affiliate program for Blurb through ShareASale and I know many of you signed up and hopefully have designed your free photo book to promote on your site, and will earn some affiliate sales commissions for the festive season.

I know many of you have craft blogs, or at least crafting or cooking, recipes etc form part of the site.  So today, let’s look at another great affiliate scheme you can join – Craftsy.

Become a Craftsy affiliate and earn 30% commission.

Craftsy offer a big range of virtual courses – really enjoyable and popular craft courses you take online.  Do any of these subjects fit in with your readers interests?

  • Sewing
  • Knitting
  • Crochet
  • Quilting
  • Paper crafts
  • Cake decorating
  • Baking
  • Photography
  • Fine Art, painting and drawing
  • Jewelry making
  • Spinning
  • Weaving
  • Furniture recycling
  • Embroidery

Craftsy are a Top 100 ShareASale affiliate program with an exceptional rate of commission – 30% on courses and 10% on products.  They sell fabric and yarn too.

Become a Craftsy affiliate and earn 30% commission.

Become a Craftsy affiliate and earn 30% commission.

Become a Craftsy affiliate and earn 30% commission.

Become a Craftsy affiliate and earn 30% commission.


Craftsy is usually my  highest earning affiliate program every month – I earn more money here than everywhere else.


All about Craftsy
Craftsy is the leading online social crafting platform. They offer full-length, professionally-produced HD video courses in quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, food, jewelry, paper craft, and more. Custom interactive features also allow students to connect directly with each other and with award-winning instructors. Other awesome benefits of being a Craftsy affiliate include:

  • 30% commission on class sales
  • 10% commission on product sales
  • $1 for every new registered Craftsy account
  • 30 day cookie
  • Discounted courses for affiliates to promote
  • Monthly newsletter with specials and sales


Become a Craftsy Affiliate today!

10 thoughts on “Earn Affiliate Income with Craftsy

  1. I have been seriously considering signing up as a Craftsy affiliate. I think this is my sign :)! Thanks for linking-up with the Pin It Monday Hop!

  2. I signed up with them on your recommendation awhile ago, my intention was to use links on my Wigmaking Blog, unfortunately there wasn’t very many compatible items except for some notions. But I will try and promote their classes now since I’ve kind of turned my Beauty Blog into an affiliate marketing product Blog. I did the because i’m on a “no-makeup buy” and it feels good to be able to make money now without spending any.

  3. I signed up for Craftsy not too long ago. I have been paid for an ad post from them, but haven’t made any actual sales yet. Hopefully soon.

    • Good luck with it Elizabeth. I have found the greatest success in promoting the free courses and in reviewing a course I took myself.

  4. This is a great source of traffic and money for me too. I just discovered the notions and supplies and have added those links to a few posts. Excited to see how it turns out.

  5. the problem with craftsy is that they offer a lot of free class, so mostly, people who click through the links take them up instead of the paid ones, so as an affiliate our net revenue becomes very less. I am yet to figure out my way around this

    • Actually I find the opposite is true for me. If I encourage and promote that people try out the free classes, I think they are much more likely to be impressed with the quality and chose to sign up for the paid ones. You have 30 days from the time they click your link for them to either buy a product or a class, and you still earn the commission even if they took some free classes first.

  6. itzybellababy says:

    I have made quite a bit from this affiliate.. thanks to you:)

  7. I don’t have a blog or website dear nut have a facebook work page. can i use affiliate programe on that?

What do you think?