There is every now and then a question about using our pictures or text and we hope to answer the most of them here.
About Using Pictures:
We only allow our images to be used on family friendly websites. If you wish to share one of our crafts or tutorials on your blog or your website, you are allowed to use one image to feature the craft. That means if a page has more than one image, you are only allowed to use just one of them, not the whole set. You may increase or decrease the size of the image as needed, but please do not alter the image in any other other way nor remove the watermark. The copyright for the image remains with us. To provide this website credit, please link the image to our website on the page where you found it and provide the name of our website with a link next to or under the image.
About The Written Content:
Writing up accurate instructions and tutorials requires a lot of thought and time. If you think about it, it is sometimes so easy to make something but so hard to explain each step. The written content is in our own words and exclusive to this website only. It is not free content for other websites or blogs. That means it is NOT allowed to copy any of the written content onto any website, any blog or any other form of publication.
About Making Projects from this Website:
If you find a project on this website that inspires you and you wish to make it, feel free to do so. If you wish to take a picture of your project and post in online, that is also no problem. If this website inspired your project, please give credit to this website for your project. If you would like to describe how you made your project, please use your own words, not ours. We would be happy to see what you made if you would like to share it with us.
About Printing out Projects or Tutorials for Classes and Non-Commercial Usage of Projects:
All patterns, pictures, text and projects found on Craftideas.info may be printed out and used for non-commercial purposes such as school classes, Sunday school, retirement homes or for private use if you would like to make something for yourself or as a gift.