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Terms of Use

Sharing our printables, diy ideas, and photos with you is part of my weekly joy! You are more than welcome to share on your blog using these guidelines:

1) Always provide a credit and link backs to our original post.

2) Do not alter the photos or tutorials in any way. Do not crop to remove my tag off of the photos.

2) When sharing a downloadable freebie on your blog, it must link and be downloaded directly from our blog.

3) If you would like to share our entire post or tutorials, please contact me first, I am always quick to respond.

4) If you are submitting your version of our printables to websites such as craftgawker or weddinggawker, please state {compliments of} in the description of the submission. Do not submit our photos to these or any other similar sites.

5) When including a repost of my project onto any of your social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, please add a tag back in your description to my Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

6) Remember that all of the blog photos and printables are copyrights of Lia Griffith and are for personal use only.

Thanks so much and happy crafting!

* All photos by Lia Griffith unless otherwise stated

  1. Hello Lia,
    do you have books write by you? and where i can buy?. thanks for share your wonderful videos bye. i´m from Colombia.

  2. Hi Lisa,

    I am redesigning Flora International Magazine for a design project at univsersity. Your how to posts have really inspired me for the content, I was wondering if it was possible to use one of the images. All credit will be stated to you and I can send you a copy of my final pages.

    Please let me know,



  3. Hi Lia! I’m putting together my 5 favourite Christmas DIY’s, and they are ALL from your site , which is just so inspiring :)

    Would you mind if I posted them on my blog, each DIY will of course include a link back to your original post x

  4. Hi Lia, I came across your blog and scrap studio and I would love to feature your studio on I think that’s ok per your terms of use. Please let me know if it’s not okay. Thanks!

  5. Would it be alright to use your printables as a craft at a public library story time? Thank you!

    • Yes! My only request is that they are not used to sell. I love them being used in community activities and would also be pleased if your crafters know the origin.

  6. I just found your blog and love it.

    I keep thinking that I want to start my own. If I ever do, it will be modeled after yours. You are so neat, clean, percise, professional, and engaging. Just love it !

  7. Lia, I am your new biggest fan, I came across your site through Pinterest and I love your clear DIY tutorials and gorgeous printables. I featured a few of your Fourth of July ideas on J for Jackie today. I hope I adhered to your guidelines! I added in your copyright so that it would appear larger on the photos, hope that is okay! Keep up the amazing work :)

    • Thanks Jackie! Your post looks great and thanks for sharing it with your “living in Italy” own point of view. Your blog is delightful and I really enjoy reading your posts!

  8. Hi Lia,
    Stopping by to let you know I am featuring your beautiful printables tomorrow on Made in a Day. I love the guideline page, and yes I will comply to them. I may need a page like this on my blog. You have some of the most beautiful printables I’ve ever seen. I’m your newest follower !I’ll be back!

  9. Hello Lia! I’m the editor of DIY Weddings at Craft Gossip. I would love to feature links to your lovely blog on my site. I see that this is permissible with certain guidelines, but I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your posts and that I am planning to share them with my readers. I will of course adhere to your terms. I’m so excited to share your wonderful videos! Thanks!

    Warmest regards,
    Kimberly Jones

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