Will I ever get to Buckethead?!
|Posted: 7/7/2013 2:03:46 PM|
So i hope this is okay to be posting in here. But ive been wanting to start making cards/scrapbooks to sell. Ive been trying to read up on everyones angel polices and its so overwheming to me trying to figure out who allows what and who doesnt. Does anyone know what the angel policy is behind TPC studio stamps? Ive tried looking them up but there website hasnt been updated since 2010. And i tried emailing them and the email got returned to me with a failure. DId they go out of business or something?.... And does anyone else do this with stamps and do you know what companies do allow you to use there stuff? Ones that dont limit the quantity. Im not interested in those.
|Posted: 7/7/2013 3:41:41 PM|
I think you have to look up each company's policy one by one to be safe. I used to belong to an email group about scrapping for other's for profit and that is what they recommended.
Debbie in MD.
|Posted: 7/8/2013 12:23:51 PM|
I'm not sure I understand. I thought once you bought a stamp it was yours to do with as you wish. I didn't think you were limited. I have seen some SU and CTMH people make and sell cards. The LSS in the area used to have classes using Magnolia stamps. Educate me.
|Posted: 7/8/2013 1:50:39 PM|
@roseredd - A lot of companies have Angel Policies which outline how you can use their stamps (or other items that can be used more than once without purchasing "another one" ) and what you can use it for. I know Stampin UP as a policy that is in their catalog. They ALL vary. They can have provisions like emailing them to let them know you are going to be using it or adding their name on the back to show it is from them, etc.
OP - I agree that it is so confusing. I looked into this some but just got confused by it all. I did find a couple of blogs that listed various links. Also, maybe try posting this on the "General Stamping" board. They may have more tips. I know I was looking for one for SSS and didn't find anything - haven't gotten around to emailing them yet...
Loc: the planet earth
|Posted: 7/8/2013 9:25:09 PM|This is a link to a web site called Tabber one(aka tabbers temptations). They explain why so called "angel policies" are baloney.
Link for main page
And link for info on angel policies
Loc: Way out West
|Posted: 7/8/2013 10:06:03 PM|Thanks icedcoffee for the link!
|Goal for 2013 To scrapbook 1 Layout per week = 52
'12=60, '11=103, '10 Unknown but not many! '09=89, '08=198. '07=148
Loc: Burpengary, Queensland, Australia
|Posted: 7/9/2013 5:54:26 AM|
Stampin Up!s policy angel policy is simple. You have to include a stamped or printed Stampin' Up! logo or copy righted image because although you bought the stamp you didn't buy the rights to profit from the image. SU still owns the image therefore you need to have their copy right symbol and logo on any work you want to sell. You don't have to pay them or contact them with it. There is even a stamp set you can buy which has the correct logo : symbols and comes with handmade by type sentiments. You could also use their My Digital Studio software to print the info and the trial version is free.
Loc: the planet earth
|Posted: 7/9/2013 5:15:01 PM|Angel97701..Your Welcome