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    Hi all,

    Do you do much digital crafting- using the PC and things. This is something I'm really keen to get into a bit more since I started finding good things to download, I found some good downloadble motifs I can't remember the site and some fab downloadable papers from another site- I was just wondering if you had any suggestions for other downloading sites/more digi crafting ideas?


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    Originally posted by Craft Chick View Post
    Hi all,

    Do you do much digital crafting- using the PC and things. This is something I'm really keen to get into a bit more since I started finding good things to download, I found some good downloadble motifs I can't remember the site and some fab downloadable papers from another site- I was just wondering if you had any suggestions for other downloading sites/more digi crafting ideas?

    Might be worth trying here
    [FONT='Verdana','sans-serif']www.digiscrapkits.com[/FONT]
    [FONT='Verdana','sans-serif']and http://www.craftycomputerpaper.co.uk/[/FONT]
    [FONT='Verdana','sans-serif']both have ideas too![/FONT]
    http://butterbeandesigns.co.uk/

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    • #3
      ohh thanks Michelle!

      I know of www.craftsbeautiful.com- they have free unlimited paper downloads and
      www.freedownloadscenter.com
      and
      www.freepatternsite.com

      The middle one isn't great but if you have time to look around there are a few useful bits and pieces!



      (Hope it was OK to post those links- if not I'm really sorry)

      Xxx

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      • #4
        If you are crafting for pleasure, then these are fine.

        However, a lot of the resources out there are only free for non-commercial use, and you can get done for breach of copyright. This also applies to using some rubber stamps commercially as well.

        All my photos that I have on Flickr are available for download, BUT none are available for commercial use, for example.
        It's never too late to gyrate!

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        • #5
          What Mr Swirl says is right - I was looking into using some rubber stamps I had for wedding stationery but a lot of the companies making them won't let you use the images if you are selling the cards on. Ditto backing papers. If you are using them for your own use such as giving out to friends and family then you should be ok but not if you sell them.
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          • #6
            Most rubber stamp companies that i know of use the angel copyright policy. Basically they say they don't mind you using the stamps and selling the cards on as long as they are stamp by hand. They do not allow you to reproduce the stamp (i.e making more stamps using there design). Heres a link for some more info: http://www.michaels.com/art/online/d...icleNum=ae0047
            Emma
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            • #7
              I'm a Digi fan!!!

              I do alot of Digi scrapbooking. I design my own papers (obviously thats my job!) but also my own Digi elements as well.
              There are some really great sites about where you can download scrap kits for free like http://www.shabbyprincess.com but, as already said you much make yourself aware of the terms of use for the kits. There are hundreds of Digi scrap shops where you can purchase kits too, most of them are American so with the exchange rate as it is they are pretty cheap. Just google digital scrap booking and you will find some great ones.
              Enjoy your digi scrapping!
              Anice xx
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              • #8
                Thanks for all the info guys There's so much to bear in mind with things like the copyright, luckily I'm just crafting for pleasure at this stage.

                Does the copyright etc count if you make invitations for yourself, like for a wedding or something, so you are reproducing the same designs but not to sell?

                x

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