Tuesday, October 27, 2009

New DIGI IMAGES at Stamps and Smiles!

Going digital entails a few rules please read below:

All of our images are protected by copyright law. The digital download is available as a png or jpeg, 300 dpi. These files can be printed with a graphics program such as Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Paint Shop Pro, or GIMP (free). You can change color, rotate, flip and scale the designs. These files can also be viewed with Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, and they can be printed from Microsoft Word.

Terms of Use: You may use our digital images for cards and/or craft items that you make by hand yourself. You may sell your items online and/or at local craft fairs and fundraisers provided you print or write this copyright info on the back (or on an attached tag): Images © stampsandsmilesstamps.com. In addition, when selling your items online, each item's description must also include the copyright info.

Blog, Gallery & Publication use: You may upload photos of your creations made with our images to your own blog and/or to suitable online galleries as long as you also include the credit line above, placed near each photo. You may submit items made with our images for publication in print magazines as long as your submission includes the copyright info written above.

Restrictions: You may not sell printed copies of our images by themselves; they must be incorporated into a card or other finished craft item that you are selling.

You may not make rubber stamps, clear stamps, stickers, kits, scrapbooking supplies, or other merchandise from our images.

You may not email or otherwise distribute our digital files in ZIP, PNG, JPG, PDF, or any other format. You may not offer our digital files for download on other websites or as part of any collection. You may not use our images in the creation of any digital files, other than for your own personal use.

Stamps and Smiles designs and images may not be used for other logos, trademarks, or layout design for other websites or blogs. Items created with our designs must not infringe on the intellectual property rights of any third parties.

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