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Old 01-19-2009, 11:59 AM   #10
Angelnorth
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Originally Posted by 3girls1guy View Post
So what if you use other ProvoCraft products- like the expression. Make up card kits to sell- using die cut cricut stuff- is that "illegal" too?
The policy doesn't mention anything about selling die cuts etc, it only deals with handcrafted goods. I guess if you sold the kits with the rider that the finished cards were for personal use only you might be OK but you might want to check that out if you do any amount of it.

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Originally Posted by Fanny de Lens View Post
Really???
The Provo Craft policy says:

2. Any craftwork to be sold must not incorporate third-party copyrighted material. The craftwork must contain only Provo Craft products that are sold under the Provo Craft trademark.

A stamped image would be third party copyrighted material so I don't see a way to do it. Same for DP - it's copyrighted so that would be a no-no too. I'm glad I don't make to sell, what a headache trying to get your head round this lot!
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