I hear you’re curious about affiliate links. First things first, I’m a member of several affiliate programs, including:

  • Scrapbook.com
  • Simon Says Stamp
  • Amazon Influencers
  • Tonic Studios
  • Erin Condren
  • Cricut, Inc.
  • Spellbinders

What that means is I earn itty bitty bits of pocket change from qualifying purchases through affiliate links where I can. Not all the links on this site are affiliate links, though, because it’s not all about the money. I link to things I think you’d like to make your life easier or stuff you might want to know more about.

So what’s an affiliate link? I’m glad you asked!

An affiliate link is a link to a retailer that has a little flag on it, so to speak. That little flag lets the retailer know that the link is from my site. When you purchase something through that link, the price is exactly the same as if you bought directly at the shop, except the retailer gives me a tiny percentage of their revenue as a “hey, thanks for featuring our stuff!”

It doesn’t cost you extra at all.

With that said, the craft goodies, organization, cooking, and planning stuff that I share on my posts are things that I like, use, or eat on a regular basis. I would only recommend something if I think it will benefit you.

And I have absolutely no problem letting you know when I think something is trash, too.

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I occasionally receive products for review (and I will tell you in the post), but I only agree to review the products that I like and would recommend to others.

My opinions are my own.

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