FREEBIE HAS EXPIRED BUT PRODUCT IS STILL AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
This month’s Pixelscrapper Blog Train theme is “a Mug and a Book”. I got it ready early so I could feature it as the Friday Freebie for this week, since the 1st is Easter. If you’re like me you have plenty other things to do this weekend, what with cooking and family commitments, so I wanted you to have it early (rather than late! LOL)
I decided to make doodles of books and mugs/cups so that you can use them to make your own journal cards, tags, papers, stickers, planner printables, etc. The freebie includes 2 versions: black outlines (PNG) and full color (PNG). They are approximately 6 inches on the longest side (300 ppi, as always). Limited commercial use license is shown below.
Download: DollarDigitals (files will be delivered to you by my new shopping cart system, and I hope you will find it more user-friendly than Gumroad, if you’ve had problems downloading there).
If you need PSD with layers or TIFF with layers (ready to re-color with just a few clicks) you can purchase them with CU4CU license at DollarDigitals.
If you need the black outlines (PNG, AI, SVG) with CU4CU license they are also available at DollarDigitals.
TOU – Limited Commercial Use (for the freebie shown above):
OK for small commercial use (this means a small business with a single owner, or an individual crafter). It is not necessary to credit me. No additional license* is required (see below if you are not single owner business or individual crafter).
You may use my designs for, scrapbooking, printables, invitations, banners, websites, logos, blogs, card making, planner packs and stickers, etc. DO NOT sell my designs “as is”. You must add your own work to create something new.
You can print as many copies as you wish, and sell the prints. You may create an unlimited number of physical products to sell using these files, such as t-shirts, mugs, totes and more, but you may NOT upload my designs to print on demand sites, platforms, apps or kiosks.
DO NOT sell or share my designs in any format. You cannot simply convert them to a new file format and sell them (for example you cannot take one of my PNG files and convert it to SVG and sell it). You must use my design(s) to make something new and then you can sell the new digital files (in a flattened format only).
*If you are not an individual crafter or small business with a single owner, please contact me for specific licensing information.