My United States stalker continues to increase my blog stats – I’m estimating about a 10% increase over the past several months. She continues to look at my Simply Crafty SVGs projects and other 3-D projects – and a lot of old stuff – but seems to really dig my purses and my Handbag Palooza Part 1 and Part 2 posts – looking multiple times a day and many, many times a week. :)
I’m thankful she’s inspired by my projects, but I’m not sure if I should be creeped out, worried, or sad, or think it’s funny. Typically when I find something that inspires me on someone else’s blog or website, I take a screenshot to refer to later on… I never visit multiple times a day looking at that same project. In fact, most times I never visit a second time period. Just thinking about this from my own perspective.
I believe that if I found a specific Simply Crafty SVGs designer that inspired me, I’d visit the Simply Crafty SVGs website and search for all the projects that designer has made and take screen shots from there.
Or is she perhaps ‘working’ for the Chinese underground and stealing my photos so they can bootleg American products. I’m joking but this is happening more than people realize. Sadly, there are no copyright laws over there to protect American businesses selling stamps and dies.
This scenario reminds me of that childhood kid visiting the candy store every day, looking in from the outside drooling over the candy, because she doesn’t have any money to buy the candy. So I’d like to publicly ask her a couple questions – Would you like to have the Concord & 9th purse dies so you can make your own paper purses? Or would you like to have some of the Simply Crafty SVGs cut files so you can make your own 3-D projects? Please reach out to me to let me know where your head is. Maybe I can help.