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« on: December 15, 2013 09:19:37 AM »

Hey folks,
 As of late there has been a lot of discussion of selling.  Wether it be using terms like commissioned, or straight up saying "I sold this at the market this weekend" or "I went to a craft market and had a really successful day" etc.,  these things are not with in Craftster guidelines.   Even if you do not have a link to an Etsy, or even if you do not have an Etsy or way to sell online.  It encourages that type of discussion, and has a snowball effect, one thing leading to another that might end up with people thinking it's okay to link their shops etc. 
I'm providing a link to the rules (click that lovely blue text!) as a reminder.

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