It is important to provide our readers with this necessary legal information including safety, copyright policy, sharing policy and more.
All projects featured on The Craft Train are designed to be completed with adult supervision. We endeavour to provide safety warnings wherever necessary but readers undertake all projects at their own risk. Any small items are choking hazards for young children and they should always be supervised whilst using them. Please check the labels on all of your craft products such as glue, paint etc. Some contain toxins which are dangerous if swallowed.
All photographs and instructions featured on this blog are copyright to The Craft Train, with the exception of ideas featured in roundups where a link to the original artist has been included.
Good ideas were meant for sharing! You are welcome and encouraged to include one image along with a link to the source on social media or in your round ups. Please don’t include instructions on how to create the craft, you need to link back so readers can find it on our blog. Please do not republish a whole post in it’s entirety or republish more than one image. This is a breach of copyright and action will be taken. In respect to their privacy please do not republish photographs of my children.
Use of printables:
The Craft Train provides printable crafts, worksheets, templates and games, most of which are free. Our printables are designed for non-commercial and personal use only eg: using them with a group of children is fine, but charging that group of children to use them is not. Please do not republish any of our printables, this is breach of copyright and action will be taken.
The Craft Train will never share your details with any third parties or sell them to spam lists. If you sign up for our newsletter your email address will be used exclusively for emails from our blog including newsletters and occasionally information about products (e.g. ebooks) that we are selling on our own blog. Our newsletters may include affiliate links. You have the option to opt out of our newsletters at any time and are encouraged to do so if you see no value in them, please don’t mark them as spam though!
All advertising on this blog (with the exception of affiliate links and sponsored posts) goes through Mediavine.
From time to time I share posts which are sponsored by a company, meaning I get paid to write that post. I endeavour to work only with companies which I believe would suit our audience and all sponsored posts are disclosed at the beginning of the article. Even though I’m getting paid all ideas and opinions are my own and my aim when writing sponsored posts is to provide value to both my audience and the advertiser.
This blog includes affiliate links. An affiliate link is a trackable link which leads from my blog to a product, service or company which I personally recommend and feel would be of value to my readers. Should you choose to make a purchase I get paid a small commission, which comes at no extra cost to you. The commissions earned help to support this blog so that we can continue to share our creative inspiration with you. When it comes to choosing affiliates I only recommend things I would actually use and purchase myself. Most of the time I have tried the product or service and have found true value and use in it. There are some cases (such as some links to Amazon) where I choose an item which is a similar as possible to the one I have used due to unavailability.
I love it when readers connect through commenting at the end of a blog post. I love knowing if you found our projects useful and fun, and also encourage feedback if it didn’t work for you. Comments must be respectful, any nasty or mean comments will be treated as spam and deleted before being published so don’t even bother if that is your aim.