Just a heads up, many of my posts contain affiliate links with cookies, meaning at no extra cost to you, I may get a small percentage of any finalized sales, which in turn helps this site run and helps me score more craft supplies.
What does all of that mean?
Simply put, I can possibly earn a small commission on finalized sales you make when you click on one of the links that lead to a product for you to purchase.
For example, if you click on the Amazon link to the Cricut and you actually purchase it, I get a small percentage of that sale. Amazon pays me because we are essentially advertising for them. On top of that, I would also get a small percentage of any finalized sales you make on Amazon for 24 hours after you click one of my links. That’s where the cookies come in. They are attached to the links and expire after 24 hours.
Any other links that lead to products to buy are just regular links and I get zero compensation for those.
Why do I use these links?
While I wish I had unlimited resources for running this site, I don’t. Any money I make from affiliate links goes right back into paying for the costs of running this website, which sometimes includes buying craft supplies.
I hope you get why I use these affiliate links. Honestly, I was linking to products without getting paid for it anyway, so I figured why not? With crafts, you naturally need to know where to buy materials, so I kind of step in as a personal shopper for you.
Thank you for supporting my website and dream!