* Copyright Info

I am pleased you like my work and I am happy to share with the caveat that all original projects and downloadable PDFs on my  site are free for personal use only. They are not for commercial use.

Please do not re-distribute any of my downloadable files, for free or for sale. If you blog about one of them, you may use my photos as long as you accompany them with a named link back to my site and/or the specific article. Please do not link directly to a downloadable file but rather to the post or page for download  on my site.

You are welcome to use the printables on any project for publication, but if so please credit me as you would any paper manufacturer and state the printables are free. Likewise you can use them for charity sales (ie things you make and sell on behalf of a charity) but I would really love know about it.

Thanks for taking the time to read this.  Any question at all about this, get in touch!  Either to ma(at) or by commenting.

8 thoughts on “* Copyright Info

  1. Thank you so much for extending me grace. I promise to be more responsible in the future.

  2. Hi! I should’ve written you sooner, my apologies. I’ve made a few folded books using the alphabet templates and sold them as part of a fundraiser for my daughter’s mission trip to Guatemala this summer. I feel really bad….it didn’t even occur to me that I should double check for copyright info. I was planning to make a few more for father’s day, etc. but I won’t if you’d rather I didn’t. Again,
    I’m very sorry I didn’t check with you first. Julie

  3. Hello! I am interested in seeing your planner pages, but it is a restricted area. How can I get the password? I am new in thin planning stuff and yours are so clean (the freebies and calendars) that I think it’s just what I need! Congratulations on the beautiful website and creativeness!

  4. I don’t own the copyright to that – it came from a dictionary site on the net, I think, so I think your use of them would be fine. Sounds a lovely idea and I would love to see the cards when you make them.

    Best of luck with the auction,


  5. Hi MaryAnne, I have a stack of cards made for a silent auction. A friend in need has been left in a sad state from a terrible accident. Can I use your definition for Dingledodies as a lead on for the cards? There will be 10 of them ,all layered and embellished. Not to fancy so they can be mailed ,but nice . Thanks. Beverly aka lateblooming

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