First and foremost, it wasn’t the author’s fault. You, the reader, are free to decide whatever “it” is, but no matter where the reader starts the end result will be: it wasn’t the author’s fault. Actually, the author is legally obligated, more like morally inclined, to offer a weblog disclaimer. In this regard the author offers a sense of transparency. The reader may use said transparency in a scrapbook album of her own choosing.

 

The views expressed by the author of this website do not necessarily reflect the views of said website, those who link to this site, the author’s children, family, extended family, family twice removed, and Jinxy, the author’s cat …

 

Comments shared on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of the author OR the person sharing such comment …

 

Data collected from cookies (not the kind the author bakes when her kids are at school) will not be shared with third party collectors who want to wake the reader from precious sleep at 8 am on Saturday mornings …

 

Most of the content shared belongs to the author unless otherwise stated. (The words are mine. The photos are mine. Mine. Mine. Mine … so don’t take my toys and claim them as your own …)

 

And finally the author teaches digital scrapbooking classes and sells digital scrapbook products under the name of Simply Tiffany Studios and the author routinely shares products and information for each from time to time. The author is also a pimp and participates in affiliate programs with MyFonts and Get Totally Rad. They better had her money too …