Gravure Vignes Alpha Set - Instant Download

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Made in Louisville, Ohio

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Digital file for instant download only. Vine patterned lettering. 300 ppi - .png files. Set includes 26 Upper Case Letters, 26 Lower Case Letters, Punctuation Marks, and Digits 0-9. Letters have a slight bevel. No papers or drop shadows are included with this set.

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 No physical product will be shipped so there is NO shipping fee. A download link for your files will be emailed to the address associated with your Etsy account (the address you signed up with) once your payment has cleared.


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 All returns must have prior authorization. Please contact me for instructions before making any returns. I will provide a replacement for any non-custom item. I do not provide refunds on custom orders; however, if you are not completely satisfied for any reason due to miscommunication or designer error I will replace or adjust the product within 30 days of your receipt.

 Because of the nature of a digital product I cannot offer refunds.

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License for use of my products is provided by Main St. 411/or Debi Sedey, all rights reserved. By purchasing and/or downloading my products you are agreeing to the terms stated here.

PU (Personal Use) License:

• You may NOT claim my graphics as your own. 

• You may NOT redistribute, share, or trade my graphics.

• You MAY use these images an unlimited number of times for personal use.

• You MAY NOT use my graphics to create layouts and artwork for submission to online galleries, publications, and for public display.

• You MAY use my graphics to create personal blogs and websites, as long as your creations are uploaded at no larger than 72ppi and assembled in a way that they can’t be easily extracted. No credit is required, but would be greatly appreciated.

CU, S4H, & S4O (Commercial Use, Scrap4Hire, & Scrap4Others) License: 

• You MUST follow all of the terms listed under the PU License. 

• My graphics MUST be altered from their original form for any type of use.

• You MAY use my graphics to create completed scrapbook pages, albums, and artwork for others (Scrap4Others/Scrap4Hire) as long as the customer is provided with either a physical product (printed pages) or a flattened digital (jpg) file. No credit is required, but would be greatly appreciated.

• You MAY NOT use my graphics to create scrap kits, elements, papers, etc. to sell or as freebies.

• You MAY use my graphics to create tangible items for your small business, including (but not limited to) greeting cards, posters, altered art, stationery, labels, and papers, as long as you give credit to Main St. 411 Graphic Design.

• You MAY create blogs and websites for customers, as long as you create and assemble them at no larger than 72ppi and in a way that elements or papers can’t be easily extracted, and you must give credit to Main St. 411 Graphic Design

• You may NOT resell these products as a "Commercial Use" product.

* For exceptions to any of these terms you must get written permission from Main St. 411 and/or Debi Sedey. Large commercial use is not permitted.

Please be advised that Main St. 411 and/or Debi Sedey shall not be held liable for damages and/or losses resulting from the use of my graphics.

These Terms of use, dated January 12, 2013, are valid for all my products and supersede any previous terms for products you may have previously obtained.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask before you place your order. I am always happy to answer your questions.

Posted January 12, 2013