Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
I will only use your shipping and billing address, and contact information
I do not currently provide custom orders. While I may agree to alter or edit a design, I reserve the right to sell the altered or edited design, and I also reserve the right to decline the edit/alteration for any reason. Thanks for your understanding.
No. Because I group most of my listings into one file, I do not sell them separately. Thanks for your understanding.
Yes, I will gladly turn my designs into a printable design with your choice of colors and size. Please contact me prior to purchasing so we can discuss your needs.
Yes! Orders over 8 designs, or $39, can use code BULKORDER to receive 25% off of your purchase. We no longer consolidate the listings into one listing, due to zipped folders inside zipped folders causing issues on some customers computers.
No. Commercial use only covers PHYSICAL items. While you are more than welcome to convert the file into something that will work for you, you may not sell or transfer anything digital created from the design.
Yes, as long as it's a physical item! I am always happy to help other shop owners, and encourage you to send me any listings so that I can share to my own fan base. You may create up to 100 items with each design in a file. (So if a file has 4 designs, you can sell of 100 of EACH design, make sense?)
Nope. If you need to make more than 100 items of one design, just simply let me know you would like to.
Unfortunately, SCAL and my files sometimes don't agree. I now have a fix for this- which I will gladly do free of charge. Just shoot me a message! It basically comes down to me opening the file in illustrator and resaving it- so it takes no time at all. Everyone who brings these translations issues to light helps tremendously- so I can update the files that are causing problems for all of the future customers. So PLEASE don't stay quiet- I don't bite, I promise!
I've stopped doing this, but most of the store is designs gathered into one file. When I first started, I ran a poll asking which people would prefer, and the overwhelming majority (in 2014) liked them group. Apparently we've evolved as SVG users, because I ran another poll recently and the answer changed. :) While I won't be going back and separating old files - it's easy to use the designs seperately. Simply ungroup them in your program and remove the designs you are not currently using.
Each listing states how many files (& what types) are included in each set.