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Thread Starter 

Hi,

I have a question—I’m not that great at making figurines and toppers so I have someone that makes them for me on Etsy. I also post my cake pics on a blog (for my business).  How do I give the person credit on the blog? I don’t want to post pictures and claim the entire thing as my design when the toppers are not. Any suggestions?

Thanks!

post #2 of 6

Can you say something like, "A special thanks goes to blah blah for the beautiful cake topper"?

post #3 of 6

"Cake topper hand crafted by xx"

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Thread Starter 
Great! Thank you!
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Just a tip...make sure you are not buying illegal unlicensed products. I did a Tinkerbell cake today. I created the whole fairy landscape but to make it legal I purchased a licensed Disney candle topper set for a few bucks. Everything else is handmade and edible, even the platform she is sitting on. But I could not have legally sold this without Disney taking their cut, And Disney is strict. Etsy is famous for selling Trademark violations

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post #6 of 6

sweet!

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