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Personal & Standard Commercial Use
You can use for your personal projects or on finished physical products that you have created. The Personal & Standard Commercial License covers you for personal use or sales of up to 100 items per design. If you make greater than 100 sales of a finished item that includes a particular design you must purchase the Unlimited Commercial Use License for that particular design.
Unlimited Commercial Use
This License is as per the Personal & Standard Commercial License, however you are not limited to the 100 items but instead can create unlimited finished items with the design.
In either case, you are not permitted to Share, Resell or Amend the designs and claim as your own. Intellectual Property rights will not be transferred from Caty Catherine.
You are also prohibited from selling my designs on third party websites such as Zazzle or Red Bubble, any site where you are not specifically involved in the creation of the finished physical item.
If you have any questions relating to the License, please do not hesitate to contact me.
SVG stands for Scalable vector Graphics. You can upload this format to your cutting software (such as Cricut or Silhouette for example) and select the layers to cut. The design is made up of layers and cut lines so this is the format you would upload if you're wanting to cut a design in vinyl or card stock etc.
A PNG file is an image file stored in the Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format. It contains a bitmap of indexed colours and uses lossless compression, similar to a .GIF file. This format is commonly known as the image without a background. Great if you're using the images for scrapbooking for example. These can be uploaded into cutting software such as Cricut or Silhouette, but as this format doesn't include cut lines, it would be best for Print & Cut projects.
A JPG file is an image saved in a compressed image format. Unlike a PNG file, these images contain a background, whether that be detail as part of the design or just white. Again, this format can be uploaded into cutting software such as Cricut or Silhouette, but as this format doesn't include cut lines, it would be best for Print & Cut projects.
An EPS file is a graphics file saved in the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file format. It may contain vector graphics, bitmap images or text. This file can be opened in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Inkscape or CorelDraw.
A DXF file is a data file saved in a format developed by Autodesk and used for CAD (computer-aided design) vector image files, such as AutoCAD documents. This file format is often used on laser engraving and CNC machines.
AI is a graphics file format created by Adobe systems. It is short for Adobe Illustrator Artwork file. AI files are vector based graphics contained in a single page. AI files can be opened in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Inkscape or CorelDraw.