Get Crafty has been featured in The Irish Independent, The RTE Guide, The Irish Farmer’s Journal, The Irish Times, Mum’s & Tots Magazine, The Bray People, The Irish Examiner, Maternity & Infant Magazine, Wicklow Voice, Mothers and Babies Magazine & The Wicklow Times.
Ali and her crafty helpers featured on ten episodes on RTE Junior’s Pop Goes The Weekend in 2017.
Get Crafty was featured on The Late Late Toy Show in 2016, you can read all about Ali’s writing journey here on the RTE website
If you would like to read about some of the benefits of doing Arts & Crafts with children read here’s an interview Ali did with The Irish Examiner
Ali has also done live sponsored Demo’s for Tesco on Ireland Am on TV3 including this one on Easter Crafts and this one on how to make a bird feeder.
If you would like to read some review’s of Get Crafty please check out some of our favourite Irish Parenting bloggers reviews below
Bumbles Of Rice
One Yummy Mummy
The Two Darlings
Where Wishes Come From
Get Crafty was also Reviewed in the December 2016 issue of The US Library Journal
“Irish craft blogger Coghlan believes that crafts are an excellent way for parents and caregivers to bond with children as well as a means for children to grow creatively. Her first collection includes a variety of simple projects appropriate for preschool and grade school-age children. Many of the designs feature natural or recycled materials such as rocks, twigs, and newspaper, with the focus on decorative objects that encourage creative play. Parents will appreciate that Coghlan gathers familiar children’s crafts such as salt dough and pom-pom flowers and presents them alongside those less familiar such as DIY chalk and bubble painting. VERDICT Coghlan’s colorful projects will provide hours of innovative entertainment for children and their caregivers”