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FAQ

Here are a few frequently asked questions. If you have a question, please check this list to see if your question is answered before contacting me. However, feel free to use the contact form if you don't find an answer here

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Do you take personal commissions? Will you draw me, my mother or my cat? 

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I have occasional commission spots open - you can contact me for more information and prices.  When contacting me please provide a brief outline of the sort of commission you have in mind (for example a portrait or a series of graphics for your blog). This will hep me to get back to you quickly with a rough price and structure. 

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What paper would you recommend for printing out the cards, stationery sets, bookmarks on to?

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For the greeting cards, bookmarks and tags I would recommend a thick white cardstock - at least 200gm. For the daily planers, stationery sets and note pads I would go for a lighter weight paper of 100gm or so. You can of course use whatever paper you like or what best suits your project. Using higher quality papers, ones that are specially designer for your printer (either inkjet or laser as the case may be - most home printers are inkjet) will yield much better print results.  

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What paper would you recommend for printing out the coloring pages?

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It depends on what you plan to color with. I would always go for a thick cardstock - at least 200gm. For markers like copic or promaker I would go for a smoth bristol board - I personaly like Strathmore or Sakura. If you're using colored pencils I would print on a paper with a bit more tetxure, like a hot press watercolor paper, bristol velum or toned tan paper. 

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Can I use the graphics on a card that I'm planning to sell at a craft fair? Or can I use some of the printables in products I plan to sell? 

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I currently have a "personal use" only policy that applies to all printable products. If you want to use any of the products or designs for commercial use then feel free to drop me a line and we'll try to work something out.

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I want to print out the printables (for exmaple the gretting cards, stainery sets etc) I bought and give them to a freind as a gift - can I do this? 

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Yes - you are very welcome to print out any of the printables and give them as personal gifts as many times as you like. That's the great thing about a printable greetings card - you always have something on hand. I just ask you don't share or gift the digital files with anyone:) 

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I have a blog or you tube channel - would you send me some digital products to feature? 

I do at times send out review copies of the printable products to bloggers or you tubers - send me a message with a link to your channel or website and I'm sure we can work something out.