Frequently Asked Questions? (FAQ)
What is your Angel Policy?
Please understand that the conditions set forth in our policy are not meant to discourage your creativity, but rather they exist to protect our copyrights. If you have any questions regarding our policies, please contact us! I Brake For Stamps' designs are meant for personal, non-commercial use. We do allow all of our designs to be incorporated into your original creations of one-of-a-kind cards or gifts for resale if they are hand-stamped.
Our stamps are intended for your personal use and you are not permitted to redistribute (including copying, lending, duplicating, sharing, swapping, or reselling stamped images). Black and white images, whether digital or printed may absolutely not be sold. You are, however, permitted to make and sell individually (handmade and hand-colored) cards and projects that you create.
Permission is granted for use of all of our designs if the following conditions are met: Each item must be hand-stamped. Mechanical, electronic, digital, or any other form of reproduction other than hand-stamping is not allowed without written permission from I Brake For Stamps.
Do you accept PayPal?
Yes, this option will be available to you when checking out online.
Do you manufacture the rubber stamps yourself?
Yes, all of the stamps we sell are manufactured by us, with exception of the S.W.A.L.K. line and Whimsy line. Our stamps are pressed into the highest quality rubber we can find and you have the option to purchase them unmounted or premounted to Static Cling Cushion and cut out. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and dedication to providing our customers with the best quality product.
Digital Stamp Terms
Acceptable Use of Digi Stamps:
-Selling handmade and hand-colored cards, crafts and projects.
-Creating handmade and hand-colored projects for personal use or to give as gifts.
-Displaying your hand-made creations online, including “I Brake For Stamps” where the project is shown.
Unacceptable Use of Digi Stamps:
-Redistribution of any artwork in printed or digital form, including sharing, trading, copying, duplicating, or reselling.
-Printing digital images to be placed on commercial products with the intent of selling them.
-Making rubber stamps from IBFS digital artwork.
-Altering digital artwork and claiming it as yours.
-Using the artwork as a basis for graphic design for commercial purposes.
Digital File Loss
You are encouraged to save your digital files to a backup source apart
from your hard drive, like a USB thumb drive or a CDR. We are not
responsible if your files become lost and are not backed up.