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 n.— «This holiday season, consider the latest crafting-community buzzword: craftivism, crafting for a cause. Whatever your skill level or your cause, there’s a way to match your handiwork with someone who really needs it.» —“A very merry buzzword: craftivism” by Leigh Baldwin San Antonio Current (Texas) Nov. 24, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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