If you plan to sell the projects you create with purchased digital assets from Cricut Design Space or Silhouette Design Store, as well as other SVG marketplaces, then you’ll need to make sure you’re in compliance with their legal policies. You don’t want to open yourself up to a lawsuit.
CRICUT DESIGN SPACE
- You can not use any of the following copyrighted material in your products, not even for 1 commercially sold item:
Cricut, Cuttlebug, Walt Disney Company, Sesame Workshop, Hello Kitty, Warner Bros., Martha Stewart, Kirstie Allsopp, Entertainment One UK Limited, Nickelodeon, and Boys Scouts of America characters and images MAY NOT be reproduced and sold.
- Authorizes you to sell up to 10,000 completed projects annually (i.e., cards, tags, boxes, scrapbook pages, finished cakes), using cuts made with Provo Craft products.
- Does not authorize you to produce and sell individual, unassembled cuts using Provo Craft products (i.e., mass producing individually-cut letters or shapes to re-sell) nor to produce and sell items that incorporate licensed content.
- Does not authorize you to produce stickers from Cricut images. Sheets of stickers are considered individual cuts.
- The Angel Policy currently does not have any restrictions on where you can sell your finished products.
- All images that are part of the Cricut Design Space and have a green ‘a’ are included in a Cricut Access Subscription and are covered by the Angel Policy.
- Third Party design files require the permission of the artist to use for commercial purposes.
SILHOUETTE DESIGN STORE
- You must purchase a Commercial License for each design file.
- If a commercial license is unavailable for a design, then that design is limited to personal use only.
- Commercial Licenses purchased are provided on an unlimited use basis
- All Commercial License options include a personal use license and can be utilized for personal use as well.