Items purchased come with a Standard License that may be used to create End Products for Sale where lifetime sales of the End Product for Sale do not exceed 500 units.
Can I use a purchased item in a freelance project or contract work for a client?
Yes. However, if the client intends to sell more than 500 units of the End Product you create, you will need to purchase multiple Standard Licenses. If you create the End Product for a client, your rights to purchased Items are transferred from you to your client.
What are the End Product requirements?
End Products must be significantly different than the original Item and require time, effort, and skill to produce. End Products must not be used or sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original Item you purchased. End Products must not redistribute the original Item to any third parties in a manner that allows for the extraction of the original Item.
Templates and Themes:
Here, an End Product must be a unique implementation of the Item, often requiring limited copy and content changes. For example, if you purchase a business card template, you may use the Item for yourself or a client after having input personal information (you may not resell it as stock).
What is Personal Use, Commercial Work, Contracted Work, Client Work, etc.?
The Standard License allows for Personal Use and Commercial Work of various sorts. However, if purchased Items are used in an End Product For Sale (whether by you or a client), special terms apply (a limit of 500 units sold under the Standard License).
Personal Use is defined as using purchased Items in a manner that has no potential monetary gain. Personal Use projects cannot be related to any business, non-profit, or other organization of any kind. All purchased Items may be used in an unlimited number of Personal Use Projects. Examples of Personal Use include using a graphic to create t-shirts for a family reunion, using a template to create a birthday card that you send in celebration of a friend's special day, using a photo in a piece of wall art that you create for family member as a gift (no money changes hands), etc.
Commercial Work is defined as any work done that is not for Personal Use. Synonymous terms include Contracted Work and Client Work.
How many times can I use a purchased item?
A purchased Item may be used in one Project. A Project is defined as a complete and cohesive undertaking that may result in one or more End Products. Any End Products included in the one Project must be directly related under a single concept. However, all purchased Items may be used in an unlimited number of Personal Use Projects.
For example, if you sell t-shirts in an online shop and you purchase a t-shirt mockup to display your shirt designs, you are allowed to use that mock-up in multiple End Products, each one displaying one of your shirt designs, because each of these End Products is directly related to marketing the t-shirt designs in one shop. Another acceptable use case would be using a purchased pattern to create an End Product banner ad that advertises an end of the year sale for a client who owns a clothing company, and then using that same pattern to create an End Product of mailers that are sent out to advertise that same sale for the same client. You may also purchase a photo to create a wall art End Product to hang in your home, and then use the same photo to create the End Product of a calendar that you gift to a friend, because these both fall under the umbrella of Personal Use Projects.
Conversely, you are not allowed to purchase a graphic to include in an End Product flyer design that you create for a real estate company, and then use that same graphic when designing the End Product of a website for a bakery, because these are unrelated End Products and therefore do not fall under the same Project. You are also not permitted to purchase a business card template and use it to create the End Product of a business card for your photography business, and then continue to use that template to create an End Product of a business card for your client’s dog walking business because these are unrelated End Products and therefore do not fall under the same Project.
Can I redistribute Items I've purchased?
No, items purchased are for your use only. You may not include the original purchased items (or source files) in any distributed end products.
Do I have to credit the original designer of an Item when I use it?
No, but it’s definitely welcomed!
How much is shipping?
Quite honestly, I love free shipping so that’s what I offer — yay!
Is it free shipping to return a product?
You might need to pay a little bit to return a product. Check-out the section on my refund policy to start the process. I can definitely let you know at that time.
How long will it take to receive my physical product?
On average, products take about 10 business days to reach you from the time the order is placed. Some products might take slightly longer — basically anything that is printed since they are custom printed when you order. Let me know if you have questions! I’m happy to help.
Can I return my digital download?
I’d like to try and fix the order if I can first! I make every effort to ensure that you are pleased with the products that you purchase on TADMINT. Since products are digital and cannot be returned, I’ve included some support tips below that will hopefully help you with troubleshooting. You can always send me a message too if you don’t find the answer to your question.
Can I return a physical product?
If an item has been misprinted, damaged en route, or is defective, please notify me within 2 weeks for a full refund.
How do I download a product?
Once you’ve gone through the check-out process, you should receive an email with a link to download the file. Please check your inbox and if you haven’t received it, double check your junk folder too. If it’s not there, please contact me.
I need more help with my project. Can I contact you?
Yes! Please do — send me a message. I’m normally pretty quick to respond, usually within 24 hours.
How do I unzip files?
PC: To unzip a file (folder with a zipper in middle), just double-click on it or right-click > Extract. It should open. Ta-da!
Mac: Double click the .zip file, then search for the product folder or product file.
Where should I have my project printed?
I personally like Moo. I have used them before and love that they offer different printing techniques, such as gold foil and and raised spot gloss. They have nice quality paper too. You can order a free sample pack here. I’ve also used Vista Print for smaller budget projects. Their premium matte paper stock is pretty sweet.
Do you sell my information?
Nope! I don’t share it with anyone either.
There’s something specific I’m looking for but I don’t see it in your shop. Do you take custom requests?
If you have an idea for a custom order, I’d love to hear it! Please drop me a line and if I’m able to, I will totally create it for you and put it in my shop 🙂
If you have any questions at all, please complete the form below and I’ll be sure to follow-up within a day or so.