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This blog is a source of income and may be used to promote products, services, or other businesses.
I earn a living as a designer and blogger in the following ways:
FTC Social Media Guidelines
Be sure to disclose affiliate links, free products, brand ambassadorships, appearances, and collaborations
These appear in my blog sidebar, header and footer and in posts on my site. These are images that clearly look like advertisements.
Affiliate links are used in some posts where I make a small percentage of each sale. This is one way I make money from blogging. It does not result in additional charges or cost you anything extra.
Our Affiliates include or have included:
Linkshare, PepperJake and Rakuten.
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