|If you'd like to see more customer art using the flexible molds check out -molds instructions and examples- page.
What is an Angel Company?
In short - This means that you CAN SELL hand stamped/molded artwork you make using my craft supplies.
The term "Angel Company" or "Angel Policy" is usually used in rubber stamping to distinguish which companies allow you to sell artwork created with their products. This
term can apply to stamps, molds, clip art and other graphic design resource businesses. It grants you a limited license to make things using our images.
The Enchanted Gallery, run by the artist Kimberly Crick, understands the needs of the independent crafter to be able to sell their work without heavy restrictions. The
images are still copyrighted, but use of them is allowed when you follow certain terms.
The Angel Policy terms for Rubber Stamps & Molds are:
1. You may sell any handmade crafts using an image that the company owns or sells.
The project pictures above are examples of crafts created with my products. This means that you may create artwork for sale using my molds or rubber stamps. Such as
clay cabs, jewelry, rubber stamped cards and other hand crafted items. These finished crafts you can sell freely, including in places such as online ebay / etsy stores or
2. The following uses of the images are prohibited: Creating new molds / rubber stamps from the original, and/or mechanical reproductions (like
For example, it is against copyright law to duplicate the product you're using. Such as using a rubber stamped image to create a new rubber stamp.
Molds: Once you make a cast (the clay/other material you pushed into my mold) you can sell that cast. You can sell it plain, painted, made into jewelry, art doll faces, or
other crafty projects. Using my molds, you can sell anything handmade except for new molds.
For example, it would be illegal to reproduce my designs by making new molds from a clay cab you made from my mold. (A mold made from a cast, to copy my design.)
*The basic meaning is that I sell the craft supplies, you can make a finished product out of it.*
Save money by making beautiful handmade gifts for friends & family and/or make money from home by selling art and crafts: Since you can sell the artwork you
make using my craft supplies, it's easy to make your money back on your supplies with your very first sale. Making jewelry, soap or art dolls is a great way to make extra
cash at home. Try sites like www.etsy.com or www.ebay.com to start earning some extra money as a hobby or part time job. Good luck and have fun!
PS. Many companies don't allow crafters to use their images in anything that will be sold (for personal projects only) so be sure to check with each company you
shop with. Sometimes Angel Companies have other requirements, such as crediting the company somewhere on the craft work. This is recommended when you are
publishing your craft project, such as magazine submissions. Most places will even reward you for it with free goodies when you help get their name/website out there.
The Enchanted Gallery offers a free rubber stamp set as a reward if you get your stamped art, craft or jewelry project published in a magazine with stamp credits
listed as www.TheEnchantedGallery.com. You can email enchantedgallery@gmail with a photo of the magazine page along with the title and date of publication. (Ie:
Stamper's Sampler magazine, Summer 2015 issue, attach photo of page with project.)
Other image usage rules:
If you have purchased a digital file, you can use that artwork to make products to sell, display the image on your websites or printed materials. You may not re-sell the
image itself or grant copyright permissions to other people (in short - don't sell what I sell).
If you want to use or repost an image you found on this website, but have not purchased any license or stamps, you can use the image for non-commercial, non-profit
uses only. If you are displaying my artwork on another website, all copyrights must remain intact such as the "Kimberly Crick" or "www.TheEnchantedGallery.com" link on
pg.1: The Enchanted Gallery's Rubber Stamps, pg.2: Mounting Foam, Acrylic Blocks & Other Rubber Stamps, pg. 3: Dominoes, Game Tiles, Dog Tags, Wood & Other
Beads to Decorate, pg.4: Polymer Clay & Tools, pg.5: Jewelry Making Trays, Necklace Chains, pg. 6: Beads, Charms, Floral Terrarium Craft, Glass Bottles, pg.7 Face
& Button Molds, pg.8: Nature Spirit Molds, pg.9: Goddess & Mythology Molds, pg.10: Kimberly Crick's Original Artwork & Prints, pg.11: Ink Pads, Coloring Supplies,
Embellishments & Stencils, pg.12: Resin, Open Back Frames, Inclusions, pg.13: Face, Crown, Wing Beads, Miniature Food & Doll House Supplies.
pg.1: About the Artist Kimberly Crick Bio/Q&A, Shipping and Store Policy Information
pg.2: Directory of the MANY Pages of Free Tutorials. Information, step by step pictures and projects including rubber stamping, jewelry making, domino pendants, paper
doll templates, mixed media art , watercolor and acrylic painting, polymer clay, coloring supply reviews, archival & lightfast tests and much more.
My "Angel Company Policy" applies to The Enchanted Gallery's exclusive rubber stamps and molds only. Updates: you can follow to be notified or just see what
has been newly added to this website on Pinterest. Already placed an order? Package tracking and after-order information. Need to contact me? Email
|Examples of crafts you CAN make and sell using my products, such as bookmarks, domino pendants (instructions here), mixed media jewelry (UTEE/Memory
Glass/Shrink Plastic charms etc.), soap, greeting cards and other crafty projects!
|I ship within the USA only. All orders over $100 ship free! Home, Artist Bio, Shipping, Store Info & Q&A