Disclosure

Disclosure Policy

In 2009, our friends at the Federal Trade Commission {FTC} revised their guidelines regarding endorsements and testimonials in order to protect the public from any intentionally errant or misleading advertising that has been paid for by a group or company. Since this blog is a source of income and may occasionally incorporate endorsements or testimonials, we felt it was important to disclose the following to you, our readers:

  • The content of our blog is a source of income for us and therefore may be used to promote products, services, or other businesses.
  • Some post contain affiliate links which means that if you buy a product through the link, we receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Thanks for supporting TinySidekick.
  • We will only choose to promote products/services/businesses that we have, in fact, used and that we feel will be beneficial to our readers.
  • Products provided to us by our advertising partners for our review are given to us free of charge with no cost to ourselves. This does not ensure a positive review of the product in any way.
  • You can trust us. We will always give our genuine opinion about a product or service whether or not we are partnering with the service provider and/or receiving payment to do so.
  • Our number one priority is accuracy and fairness to our readers, and we would never compromise the truth just to make a buck. Ever.
  • Mentions of associated products/services/businesses within the content of our blog may or may not be noted as an affiliate in every reference.

We hold ourselves to the highest standards of integrity and strive to deliver interesting, helpful, and encouraging content while generating a small profit to compensate us for our time, research, and ideas. We love and appreciate our readers and make it our goal to be up front and honest with every post we write.

 

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This privacy policy is subject to change without notice and was last updated on January 20th, 2014. If you have any questions feel free to contact me directly at TinySidekick@gmail.com

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  1. Nick Terry says:

    I built two large outdoor chalkboards, for a pre k/montessori playground development project, following your instructions exactly, even down to light blue trim which I thought looked great, and they turned out just right. The kids at our local school love them. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

    1. Corey Willis says:

      I’m so thrilled, Nick! Thanks for taking the time to tell me your success!

  2. […] A lot of times when I’m doing a knock off, I get too hung up on the details.  Truth is, I’m not a carpenter.  There were details on the inspiration plant stands that I wasn’t going to be able to get by using a simple materials list and I really wanted this project to be one that almost anyone can do.  So I simplified my plan and still was able to create some very pretty and simple wooden plant stands that have instantly made my potted plants look beautiful and added a ton of style to my outdoor living space. This post contains affiliate links.  Thanks for supporting TinySidekick.  Full disclosure can be found here. […]

  3. […] One of the best things about spending as little as possible on textiles for the table is the fact that they are going to get stained. I mean I don’t know about you, but the dining table isn’t just for show people. We eat there. Some might even stuff their face. And spills happen. When they do, and they can’t be undone, you won’t be crying cause you spent 50 bucks on it. This post contains some affiliate links. Click here to read my full disclosure. […]

  4. […] So let’s gather up our supplies and get our straight line sewing selves into action shall we? This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure. […]

  5. […] I know some of you are probably thinking, who looks in those drawers anyway if they are just for your shoes and keys and random stuff?  I do.  And I really enjoy a pattern, especially in an unexpected spot.  Also, I’ve started to do little details just for me, cause it makes me happy.  This is one of those.  And it was so super simple, you’ll want to add some happy pattern to your drawers too.  I’m sure of it. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.  Click here to read my full disclosure. […]

  6. […] Tip: We got our supplies at The Home Depot and discovered that you can actually buy online, they gather it all up for you and you pick it up! Hooray for never walking around that giant store lost again! I even linked directly to the supplies we used here. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to see my full disclosure. […]

  7. […] For my duvet cover, I used fabric for the top layer and a white flat sheet for the bottom layer.  I did this to save money. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure. […]

  8. […] In my main living space I have my walls painted with my neutral, so I added my colors in on my window coverings and pillows.  This room is still a work in progress as you can see, but I’m getting there. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure. […]

  9. […] So here is the list of where I shop for fabric.  Yes there are many places to buy fabric online, but these are my faves because they have great selection, great deals, and some have free shipping.  I hope they become your favorites too! This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my disclosure. […]

  10. […] My first 2 choices are medium in scale so I decided to go very small scale with this lilac gingham.  Not only is it perfect for the feel of a little girl’s room, but it pulls out the purple perfectly and because the pattern is so small, almost acts as a solid without being a boring solid.  This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure. […]

  11. […] But there are a ton.of.colors. out there and it can get overwhelming.  So I did some research using 2 popular brands and came up with these 12 neutral paint colors that will hopefully get you going in the right direction. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure.  […]

  12. […] A big THANK YOU to Dyson for gifting me this awesome vacuum to review. This post contains affiliate links which means that at no additional cost to you, if you make a purchase through my link, I may receive a small commission. Thanks for supporting TinySidekick You can see my full disclosure here. […]

  13. […] A big THANK YOU to Dezignable.com for sponsoring this post and giving you the chance to win a room makeover!  All opinions and words are my own.  See my full disclosure here. […]

  14. […] This post contains affiliate links which means that if you purchase through my link I may receive a small commission.  Thank you for supporting this blog. You can read my full disclosure here. […]

  15. […] A big THANK YOU to 3M/ Command ™ Brand for sponsoring this post! This post contains affiliate links. My positive recommendation of Command Décor Wall Tiles is 100% my own. You can read my full disclosure here. […]

  16. […] *This post contains affiliate links which means that if you decide to make a purchase through my links, I may receive a small comission.  All linked products are ones I use a recommend.  Thanks for supporting TinySidekick. (Full disclosure here.) […]

  17. […] A big THANK YOU to Kirsten for creating this amazing course and sharing it with me to share with you! This post contains affiliate links. My positive recommendation that An Inbox of Opportunity will help you grow your blog and connect with your readers is 100% my own. You can read my full disclosure here. […]

  18. […] A big THANK YOU to Kirsten for creating this amazing course and sharing it with me to share with you!  This post contains affiliate links.  My positive recommendation that An Inbox of Opportunity will help you grow your blog and connect with your readers is 100% my own.  You can read my full disclosure here. […]

  19. […] Just a little heads up before we begin.  This probably isn’t a project for the kiddos since the embossing tool gets hot.  Just thought I’d warn ya so no one gets their tiny fingers burned. There are affiliate links in this post which means if you buy through my link, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  My full disclosure can be found here. […]

  20. […] I made 4 curtain panels for my patio.  I left 2 of the panels in the width they came because I am actually going to use these for privacy and to block the sun.  The other 2 I made with only one drop cloth that I cut in half.  These 2 are  just to complete the look, but don’t need to be pulled for privacy or sun blockage. This contains some affiliate links.  You can find the full disclosure here. […]

  21. […] This post written as part of a paid campaign with I Love to Create and Blueprint Social. But of course opinions are 100% my own and I’m happy to share fun products with you. You can see my full disclosure here. […]

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