For purpose of clarity, when the following agreement mentions "The Dabbling Mum", "we", or "our", it is referring to our network sites (websites, blogs, video blogs, forums, online shops, social media networks, etc.), products (art materials, artwork, books, e-books, digital downloads, prints, videos, workshops, etc.), and services (freelance writing, coaching, design work, virtual assistance, etc.).
All copyrights remain with the creator of the tutorial. All rights not expressly granted are reserved.
If you would like to share one of our tutorials with your friends, co-workers, and colleagues, please do so by:
We ask that you DO NOT copy the tutorial and:
You may use the tutorials, as shown, an unlimited number of times, in limitless PERSONAL PROJECTS, including tangible gift projects or holiday swaps where NO MONEY exchanges hands.
If you are interested in selling tangible products based on our tutorials, please create your own designs based on the techniques shared in each tutorial.
Prior written consent from the tutorial's creator and a reprint fee is needed before you can re-publish a tutorial on, or in, blogs, websites, books, magazines, or other publications.
When using the tutorials for publication, you MUST include proper attribution and credit.
Proper attribution would be:
Copyright © Creator's Name | Creator's website
Tutorial first appeared on The Dabbling Mum ® www.thedabblingmum.com
Because there's a lot of hours that go into creating a tutorial–and it's only fair that we respect the creator's time and creativity.
When putting together a craft tutorial, the following steps are required:
When sharing tutorials with other sites, the following steps are also required:
Let's say you put in a full day's work and your boss informs you that not only are you not going to get paid, but that he's passed your work onto other business entities to reap the benefits of all your hard work. How would you feel?
Ripped off? Shafted? Cheated?
That's how tutorial designers and freelance writers feel when their copyrights are not respected.
In the end it all boils down to this: Treat others as you would like to be treated. It's just good kharma!
We reserve the right to modify this policy at any time and without prior notice. Any changes and/or updates made to our tutorials policy will be posted on this page.