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Do You Sell Your Handmade Cards?

Sell you sell handmade cards that you create with Stampin' Up! images?

Stampin' Up! welcomes artists who would like to use their copyrighted images in their own handmade craftwork and other projects that they produce to sell. Therefore, permission is given in the form of a limited license to use any Stampin' Up! images for the purpose of creating items for sale, under the following criteria as stated in the Angel Policy which can be found here.

In today's tip video, we will touch upon the section of the Angel Policy which addresses using a Stampin' Up! copyright stamp on projects that you sell which officially states:

"All of Stampin' Up!'s images are copyrighted, which means that they may not be copied without permission. To help protect the rights granted by these copyrights, all items for sale using Stampin' Up! images must be marked with one of the images from the official Stampin' Up! Limited License stamp sets shown in the catalog, or the digital copyright image included in the My Digital Studio program, or available online."

Let's take a look...

You can find this video on You Tube HERE.

If you have specific questions regarding the Angel Policy, you can contact Stampin' Up! directly at 800-STAMPUP.  It's best to got straight to the source with questions on policy.

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New Stampin' Up! Catalogs will be shipping soon!

If you have placed order(s) of $50 or more during the last 6 months through me, Lisa Brown of Ink and Inspirations, you will be receiving a new Stampin' Up! Catalog from me. There is still time to place a qualifying order to be in on the next shipment of catalogs!  If you have questions, please call or e-mail me.


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Thanks so much for that info,Edna!


You should decorate your envelope on the left side . The PO wants the bottom left clear for machines to read the bottom line clearly

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