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Arts-Craft Clubs and Guilds.

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  • (ANG)The American Needlepoint Guild, Inc.
  • Model Flying AssociationThe BMFA is the body delegated by theRoyal Aero Club to be responsible for all aspects of model flying in Great Britain. The BMFAnormally has around 780 clubs affiliated to it, with a combined membership from clubs and individual members of over 36,000. Membership brings many benefits, including 3rd party liability insurance of up to £5 million.
  • Bead Workers GuildThe Beadworkers Guild was formed in 1999 and is now a Registered Charity with a membership of over 3000. It is a focus for everyone who enjoys beading and learning about beadwork, where the emphasis is on individual creativity, and the sharing of ideas and techniques. The main aims of the Guild are to facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge amoungst beadworkers and to promote beadwork to the public at large.
  • International egg art guild.The International Egg Art Guild (IEAG) is a non-profit association of artists, artisans, and craftspeople who work with natural eggs (yes, real eggs) as an art or folk art medium.
  • National Guild of DecoupeursThe National Guild of Decoupeurs (NGD) was founded in 1971 as a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education in the art of decoupage, to encouraging a high level of quality, and to offering an exchange of creative ideas. NGD is worldwide and holds an Annual Convention and Exhibition in April. As growth develops, regional chapters are formed where members can join together to hold workshops and learn the many techniques of decoupage. Inspiration, creativity and knowledge are generated, leading the decoupage artist into new horizons and lasting relationships.
  • National Basketry Organization Promoting the art, skill, heritage and education of traditional and contemporary basketry.
  • Oxfordshire Craft GuildMembership of the Oxfordshire Craft Guild is a sign of the finest design ability and highest quality workmanship. A wide range of traditional and contemporary crafts is represented by the guild.
  • TFAOA non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, grants, publication and research
  • Wye Valley ScrappersHand built by UK scrappers and dedicated to the world of scrapbooking.