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I have a blog. Can I link to you?
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Editorial Opportunities and Original Crafts
I’ve created original craft projects for DIY Network, HGTV, Rachael Ray Everyday, ASTROBRIGHTS Paper, JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores, VELCRO brand, and more. Please contact me at kathy [at] merrimentdesign [dot] com for editorial opportunities. I love including my projects in books and being a guest author on websites.
Commercial or distributed use
(aka, “Can I make Merriment Design projects and sell them?”)
Please email me about specific projects. My overall policy is that Merriment Design projects, ideas, and images are only for your own personal use unless I’ve given you written permission. Send an email to kathy [at] merrimentdesign [dot] com for *any* commercial, distributed or published use. This includes using my patterns in your classes, fundraisers, and Etsy sales.
My Etsy Store
I sell printables at my Etsy store including birthday party printables, printable canning labels, and milestone birthday postcards for 50th, 60th, 70th 80th and so on. I also do custom design and would love to work with you!
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Saturday 27th of November 2021
Hi Kathy, I just saw your post on tips for polymer clay beginners. I love the stamp idea. How do you make that stamper?