The owner of this website is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk.
I’m also now a Craftsy affiliate. Craftsy is a website with a huge number of online crafting classes over a wide range of disciplines. Live in the middle of nowhere? Demanding job with no time to attend classes? Watch the experts in the comfort of your own home without the embarrassment of constantly having to ask them to repeat the mystery sequence behind a particular stitch.
What does this mean?
Some posts on this website will contain something called ‘Affiliate Links’ to products on amazon.co.uk. If you click on these and make a purchase, I will receive a small percentage of the value of the item for the referral. The same is true for the Craftsy courses – if you sign up via my links, I receive a small commission.
Any blog post that contains these links will carry a disclaimer at the top of the post.
Does that mean your reviews are your honest opinion?
Absolutely, all my reviews reflect my own opinions, knowledge and preferences. Neither Amazon nor Craftsy pay for my opinions. Unless otherwise stated, all products I review I have purchased for my own use.
Can you see what I have purchased?
No, I know nothing about who has made the purchase or the exact items you’ve purchased so feel free to go and restock your Mills and Boon collection!
Does it cost me anything?
No, there is no additional charge for clicking on an affiliate link. I will always try and link the product for the best price on Amazon at the time the post is written but this is not guaranteed to be the cheapest as prices change with time. Please feel free to check for the best price before you buy.
Why use affiliate links?
I hope you enjoy the content of this blog and find it useful. Using affiliate links is a way of letting you contributing to some of the costs associated with me running this blog without costing you anything.
I don’t use Amazon, can I still contribute?
Of course. If you’re feeling incredibly generous, please get in touch at email@example.com.