Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Standard & Extended License?
Items purchased under the Standard License may be used to create End Products for Sale where lifetime sales of the End Product for Sale do not exceed 500 units.
Items purchased under the Extended License may be used to create End Products for Sale that may be sold an unlimited number of times.
Note: Standard License for Printable Planners = Personal Use ONLY.
Commercial License for my “Printable Planners” are NOT available. Commercial licenses are ONLY available for my Motivational Quotes, Calendar, Wall Art, Home Decor Printables & Vector graphics.
What is the Shop's Return and Exchange Policy?
How are Free Goods/Freebies/Free Printables licensed?
I've bought your printables but I can't seem to open your zip file(s)..
For Windows, do one of the following:
- To unzip a single file or folder, open the zipped folder, then drag the file or folder from the zipped folder to a new location.
- To unzip all the contents of the zipped folder, press and hold (or right-click) the folder, select Extract All, and then follow the instructions.
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For Macs, here’s how to unzip your files: Unzipping a file or folder couldn’t be easier. Double-click the zip file and the file or folder will be decompressed into the same folder the compressed file is in.
If the item you are decompressing contains a single file, the new decompressed item will have the same name as the original file.
If a file with the same name is already present in the current folder, the decompressed file will have a number appended to its name.
For Files That Contains Multiple Items
When a zip file contains multiple items, the unzipped files will be stored in a folder that has the same name as the zip file. For example, if you unzip a file called Archive.zip, the files will be placed in a folder called Archive. This folder will be placed in the same folder as the Archive.zip file. If the folder already contains a folder called Archive, a number will be appended to the new folder, such as Archive 2.
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What are the End Product requirements?
End Products must be significantly different than the original Item and require time, effort, and skill to produce. End Products must not be used or sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original Item you purchased. End Products must not redistribute the original Item to any third parties in a manner that allows for the extraction of the original Item.
You may not redistribute/alter/extract any files that are our goal setting/planner printables in any way.
Can I use a purchased item in a freelance project or contract work for a client?
What is Personal Use, Commercial Work, Contracted Work, Client Work, etc.?
Personal Use is defined as using purchased Items in a manner that has no potential monetary gain. Personal Use projects cannot be related to any business, non-profit, or other organization of any kind. All purchased Items may be used in an unlimited number of Personal Use Projects. Examples of Personal Use include using a graphic to create t-shirts for a family reunion, using a template to create a birthday card that you send in celebration of a friend’s special day, using a photo in a piece of wall art that you create for family member as a gift (no money changes hands), etc.
We define Commercial Work to be any work done that is not for Personal Use. Synonymous terms include Contracted Work and Client Work.
Is there any limit to the number of impressions for my End Product?
Can I redistribute Items I've purchased?
Do I have to credit the original designer of an Item when I use it?
Can I buy an Extended License for Items already purchased?
Please note that the Extended License will not be available to any goal planning/planner printables.