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Old 07-28-2011, 10:14 AM   #59
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Originally Posted by Minders View Post
That is not true! It's one of the BIG misconceptions about the IDA. We are totally allowed to use other products and even MENTION them on our blogs. What we can not do it promote those competing products which means to go on and on about them and or to have a link on our blog that will take you to where they are sold. There are LOTS of demos who use other stamps or other products and just talking about them in passing is totally fine.

Of course it should be all SU at a workshop...you're trying to sell your products and make some moolah! Just makes good business sense
Okay... so just that I understand:

I can, for example, make a card on my blog using Cherry Cobbler paper and ink... but a Papertrey Ink stamp.

I can mention: "I used Turning a New Leaf from Papetrey Ink" and that would be fine...as long as I don't have a LINK to PTI's website?

Is that correct?

I was once a demo and the reason I dropped was because I didn't believe, as a hobby demo, I should not be free to use what I wanted to use in my artistic expression.

This IS a tempting deal that may make me return to SU.

(Provided I don't have to continually censor what I put on my blog!)

Thanks for the clarification.
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