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By reading this blog, you agree to not directly copy projects, however add your own twist to make them your own. If you create one of my projects, you agree to fully disclose in your blog post that you were inspired by Knick of Time and to link back to the inspiration blog post. You agree to not sell the creations/designs I have developed without consent.

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You are reading and following my advice at your own risk. Please always use safety precautions when performing a DIY project and using building materials or products and always read and follow manufacturer’s directions for the products and tools you use.

If you choose to use questionable materials, such as old wood and rusty metal, you do so at your own risk.


  1. Fredi Alt says:

    Angie…I really enjoy your blog, have been following by email for long time. But am changing email address and am finding no way to unsubscribe and re-subscribe or how to get new email to you. Sorry to bother toy with this but do wish to continue following you. Fredi

  2. Lynda Adams says:

    Love your blog! You are so creative!

  3. Hi Angie!

    LOVE your creativity and style. I co-own a small shop in Minnesota where we do workshops to inspire creativity and community activities. Your grain sack wall pockets have inspired us and we would like to do a workshop based on the single pocket design. I read through your info about used of photos etc and I think we fall within your guidelines, but wanted to ask your permission before we post and promote since we do charge for the workshops. May we use your photo for our workshop “inspired by” your work? Full credit and links will be included.


    Patina Marquet

  4. Crafty Divaz Aus says:

    Hi, I’m just starting out in creating scrapbook mini albums, junk journals and mixed media paintings. I do my craft work as part of my self therapy for various stress related symptoms. If I linked back to your full website and put your name in as part of my credits details, would it be ok to use some of your images in handmade collage work or a few here or there to embellishment pages of my handmade journals/mini albums? I like to ask specific permission if possible to ensure there are no confusion or problems, just fyi as yet I have not used any of your work, I will only do so if you allow. Thanks

  5. Geraldine Parsons says:

    Hi. Thank you for the printables. I have the same question as Craft D Aus. Would love to use vintage graphics in my mix media canvases that I am working on to sell on Etsy. I am just getting started with my products. Do not want to infringe on your copyrights. Thank you.

  6. hi angie same as people above ….interested in using your vintage graphics for commercial use, i make and sell greeting cards…pls advise if allowed thanks sam

  7. Looking to purchase your Rise and Shine Coffee Co stencil but don’t see it available on your site. Still available?

  8. Lynne Streich says:

    Hi Angie, Lynne K. Streich here. I have been away for sometime building a new home. For some reason, the password I had does not seem to work for accessing the sweet cow in the Milk Bottle project. Would you be so kind as to advise how I apply for another password. I just happen to have a few of the empty coffee bottles around and would love to use them for this project. Thanks much !

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