Copyright Stuff

…or Credit Where Credit is Due

All images and text on the Whatcha Workin’ On? blog…
…are my own unless otherwise noted below or at the bottom of a specific blog post. Please respect copyright. I’d be delighted if you’d like to talk about my work on your blog. You may use a single image with a link back and watermark intact. (And if you do that, I’d be tickled if you’d comment or email to let me know, so I can visit! :^) To use other content or designs, please talk to me first. (eff at whatchaworkinon.com). I won’t bite.

If I used your work… 
…and it’s not properly credited or you would like me to not use it at all, please contact me at eff at whatchaworkinon.com, and I’ll take care of it. I do everything I can to make sure I only use images & text to which I have the rights, and to credit as creators would like to be credited, so I’m happy to make adjustments. I want to get it right.

Free files contain images and fonts that I have created myself, or are in the public domain, or to which I have the commercial use rights.  Please enjoy my free files for personal use only. That means you can use them to make items for yourself or gifts, but not to sell. The files themselves are not to be distributed in any form, including download links. Instead, please refer others to specific posts so they can download files from here. Thanks muchly! Click here for info about free files—file types, where to find them, how to use them.

For images used throughout the blog:

6856152472_83c4286b85_oArrows, tags, labels, “Read Me” red circles, “clickclickclick”, “So Fun!” arrow were all downloaded under commercial license from pixelscrapper.com. This is an awesome source for the above kinds of bits as well as digital papers, ribbons, card elements, and much more. Sign up is painless and allows for free daily downloads of your choice of thousands of images.(no affiliation)

The cartoon headshot below was created for me by the amazing Ruth McNally Barshaw.

Cheers!

Me–Eff

 

 

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