|Digital End Products
|Physical End Products
|10 Different Types
of End Products,
|Installing or Embedding on Third Party Software
|Redistribute, Sublicense or Share Resources
*Please refer to License Terms for permitted usages and restrictions.
1. What is the difference between a Commercial License and your Complete License?
2. Can I use purchased Items for Commercial projects?
Yes, our Complete License covers commercial use. However, some rules apply:
Fonts: You can use your purchased fonts to create quotes and sayings on End Products, but you may not convert the entire alphabet and numerical characters.
Graphics: You are not allowed to use the graphic as-is in creating End Products for sale. You will need to ensure that the graphic has been combined with other graphic/font elements to create a significantly new design as a flattened End Product. Think of it this way, end products must not be used or sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original item you purchased.
Patterns: You may use purchased patterns as-is on physical End Products for sale.
Craft Files: Craft / cut files may only be used as-is, on physical End Products for sale.
3. How many End Products am I allowed to produce with Craft/Cut Files?
Craft/cut files are subject to a limit of 10 different types of End Products, but you can produce an unlimited quantity of each type of End Product.
4. Does the ‘Complete License’ cover the monthly bundles as well?
Yes, all of our monthly/weekly bundles, except for permanent freebies (unless otherwise stated) are all covered by our Complete License.
5. Can I use purchased items to create a design to be uploaded on Print-On-Demand sites?
You may create a design with purchased fonts and graphics (non-craft files) and subsequently upload them on POD sites for sale, as long as it is significantly different from the original design.
However, craft files are created purely for the end user and are strictly not allowed to be uploaded to any POD sites.
6. If I am a designer, am I allowed to upload my own license?
7. Do I have to credit the original designer?
No, it is not a must to credit the original designer or our site, but it is very much welcomed and appreciated! :)
8. Can I digitise your fonts for embroidery purposes?
Yes, this is alright if you are planning to just digitize words, names, quotes, or sayings, but you are not allowed to digitize the entire alphabetical letters (i.e. A to Z) and/or numerical digits (i.e. 0 to 9).
9. Can I convert your website templates to a HTML website for a client?
Yes, you can. However, you do not have the rights to resell, or give other clients the same HTML website you created for the previous client.
10. Can I use fonts and graphics as part of a logo I am creating for a client?
Fonts can be used as part of a logo design provided that the entire alphabetical letters (i.e. A to Z) and/or numerical digits (i.e. 0 to 9) are not converted.
Graphics can be used as part of a logo design but it must be significantly modified or used with other font(s) or design element(s) to create a distinctive new design that does not resemble the graphic used.
The final logo must also be in an outlined/flattened file format so that the original graphic cannot be extracted or separated from your end design.
All logos created cannot be trademarked or copyrighted as the ownership of the items belong solely to the original designer. Keep in mind that you are licensing the non exclusive rights to use the Items, therefore the same Items may be used by other parties as well.
For further clarification, please check out the full terms of our Complete License.