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Can I sell Digital Printables using your resources?

Can I sell Digital Printables using your resources?

I do allow people to create digital printables for sale, providing that they are an original design with a set purpose. For example, a flattened calendar design that uses the resources within a wider original design would be considered as within our terms of use, as that end design can only really be used as a calendar – and not used for any other purpose/project.


Printable Wall Art:

No, not really.  From what I mentioned above, this can make wall art a bit of a grey area and is generally not allowed under my license or any of the marketplaces I sell on. I know that sites like Etsy allow sellers to offer digital downloads for wall art so that the customer can print them at home. With these types of products, it really depends how the original resources have been used.  They still must have a set purpose, are distinctly unique, use the resources minimally and are something that couldn’t be used of anything else.  I do usually ask to see design examples of what the customer is creating before offering confirmation as to whether their usage would be allowed as we want to ensure that the original resources are kept reasonably secure and used in a way that does not compete with the original designer.

You are however, able to make physical prints for sale as long as all the other guidelines, ie. original design etc. are adhered to.


*If you want to create your own piece of digital clipart using the resources, then this is not permitted. Even if the design is a wider original design, if this is being sold as a digital clipart file, it will not be covered by our terms of use.