Cookie Policy

What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. The tables below explain the cookies we use and why.

Cookies Used By Us

These are cookies that we either set ourselves or are essential to a tool we have chosen to use.

Source Cookies(s) Explanation
Buddly Crafts sessionid This cookie is used to remember data such as your login status, basket contents, currency selection, etc.
Buddly Crafts csrftoken This is a security cookie to prevent cross-site request forgery.
New Relic JSESSIONID
NRAGENT
NREUM
We use New Relic to monitor the performance and reliablity of our website. The three mentioned cookies are essential for this functionality but please see below for other cookies New Relic may set.
Google Analytics _ga
_gid
_gat
_gac_*
_dc_gtm_*
We use Google Analytics to collect anonymous statistics about visitors to our site and the success of our marketing campaigns. Google provides the ability to opt out of these cookies.

Cookies Used By Third Parties

Other cookies may be set by third parties that we've embedded on our website.

Source Explanation
Disqus Viewing the Disqus comments on our blog may result in Disqus setting their own cookies. Disqus's privacy policy.
Facebook Interacting with Facebook widgets and buttons embedded on our site may result in Facebook setting their own cookies. Facebook's cookie policy.
New Relic New Relic may set other cookies for their own use in addition to the cookies from them that we use. New Relic's cookie policy.
Pinterest Interacting with Pinterest widgets and buttons embedded on our site may result in Pinterest setting their own cookies. Pinterest's cookie policy.
Vimeo Interacting with Vimeo videos embedded on our site may result in Vimeo setting their own cookies. Vimeo's cookie policy.
YouTube Interacting with YouTube videos embedded on our site may result in YouTube setting their own cookies. YouTube / Google's privacy policy.