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Get Crafty: Creativebug

Love crafting? has thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists. With your Lindenhurst Memorial Library card you have unlimited access to projects, tutorials, new skills and more!

You can find Creativebug on our website or by clicking this link! To sign in simply enter your library barcode and password.

Please note that in order to use digital services successfully, you must have a valid library card and know your Library Account password. If you need assistance, please contact a librarian at the Information Services Desk or by using our chat feature.

Creativebug has several different sections to help you achieve all of your crafting dreams! Check out the video below for a brief description. For additional help feel free to contact us! You can set up an appointment with a librarian by emailing us at or by calling us at 631-957-7755 x4. We are happy to help!

  1. Classes- Search for a class by craft type, materials, skill level and more! Classes include: material lists, descriptions, galleries, discussion boards, videos and a complete breakdown of the skills and goals of the class.
  2. Inspiration- Get inspired by images uploaded by Creativebug members, and share pics of your own finished work!
  3. CBTV- Creativebug Television (or CBTV for short), gives you a deeper look into the processes, studios, and daily lives of your favorite artists. Check out the exclusive documentaries, HD versions of Live Facebook videos, mesmerizing timelapses, and much more.
  4. Daily Practice- These classes are designed to be taken in multiple sessions, building upon skill sets and creating larger projects.

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[…] Looking to get more crafting done? Don’t forget to check out CreativeBug! For tips, tricks, and more information take a look at our CreativeBug blog post. […]

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