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At Your Own Risk
You are reading and following our advice at your own risk. Please always use safety precautions when performing a DIY project and using building materials or products and always read and follow the manufacturer’s directions for the products and tools you use.
Our material may be used by peer blogs, if it is linked to the original post on our blog and we are given credit via full blog name with a do-follow link. (Name of our website / just ‘source’ is not adequate)
No need for permission to pin or to feature 1 or 2 pictures with full watermarks intact that link back to the original project.
PLEASE DO NOT COPY COMPLETE POSTS.
PLEASE DO NOT USE OUR TALL COLLAGE PINS.
You may also pin our images on Pinterest or share them through Facebook, Twitter and other forms of social media if they are linked to the original blog post on our blog and we are given credit via full blog name.
If you see an image that is credited incorrectly on our site, please send us the proper information to [email protected] so we can correct the error!