This policy was last updated October 12, 2018.
Your privacy is important to Crafting for Weeks. The policy below outlines how your personal information is collected and how it is used when you use our website.
About CRAFTING FOR WEEKS
Founded in 2017 and based in the United States, Crafting for Weeks is an independently operated blog run by Kelsie Weeks. This website is for sharing craft projects and tutorials.
HOW INFORMATION IS COLLECTED
Here is how your information is collected on Crafting for Weeks:
- if you subscribe to the blog
- if you leave a comment on the blog
- through website cookies and log files
- if you subscribe to the email Newsletter
If you decide to subscribe to the blog via any of the many sign up forms located throughout this website, then your email address is required. We require your email address in order to send you emails notifying you of new blog posts.
If you subscribe through your WordPress account, you will be able to manage your subscription through your WordPress account settings. You may unsubscribe at any time. If you are having trouble unsubscribing or would like to be removed from the list, then simply send me an email at Craftingforweeks@gmail.com asking to be removed.
If you have opted in via email address, you will have the option to unsubscribe on each email. If you are having trouble unsubscribing from an email list, then simply send me an email at Craftingforweeks@gmail.com asking to be removed.
Your email and name are never sold or given away to a third party.
Love something you read on my blog? Then leaving a comment is a great way to do that! I personally love hearing your feedback. If you choose to leave a comment on a blog post, then please be aware that the comment is then public and visible to anyone who reads the comment section. Your email address is never shared or disclosed, but your name and comment will be visible to others.
It is highly recommended that you avoid leaving detailed personal information in your comments.
I reserve the right to remove comments deemed as inappropriate, threatening, profane, or spammy without notice.
Cookies store user-specific information into a log. They are widely used across the internet to streamline user experiences. I use the following cookies on Crafting for Weeks:
- Cookies are stored when a logged in WordPress user leaves a comment
- Amazon affiliate links store third-party cookies on their site for 24 hours from the time the link is clicked or until the browser is closed
Cookies may be deactivated in your browser settings. This feature is typical found under Privacy, however it may vary across different internet applications. For more detailed instructions about deactivating cookies on your specific browser, visit https://cookies.insites.com/disable-cookies/. Please be aware that this site may not function as intended with cookies disabled.
Crafting for Weeks participates in affiliate marketing. Compensation may be received for purchases made through links that are posted on this website.
This website also uses Internet based advertisements through Google Adsense. If you would like to adjust your settings or manage what ads you’re seeing, visit https://adsettings.google.com.
SOCIAL MEDIA PRIVACY
Crafting for Weeks uses various social media platforms. Crafting for Weeks is not responsible for what you post on Crafting for Weeks’s social media channels.
If you are under 16 years old, you must first have parental permission before using our website or entering personal information.
You have the right to access your personal data and know how it is being processed. Hopefully, the policy above adequately explains how your data is used.
Personal information will not be transferred unless we are legally obligated to do so. If you would like your information to be removed from my systems, please contact Craftingforweeks@gmail.com. You can request to be removed at any time.
Crafting for Weeks contains links to other websites. As such, Crafting for Weeks is not responsible for the privacy policies of other websites or the third party applications it uses.