Chef_Stef Posted 7 Mar 2012 , 7:10pm
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So here I am, telling customers I can't do copyright images, ever; just turned down a Pooh baby shower cake again the other day.

Then I see THIS: http://main.cricut.com/shopping/detail-department-Disney-Pooh-and-Friends-Cricut-Cartridge-0-175.aspx

wth?

Not that I want to buy them all, but they seem to have a LOT of themed cricut cartridges. Is this something I missed, or should I just stick with the easier 'no' answer?

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jason_kraft Posted 7 Mar 2012 , 7:18pm
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According to ProvoCraft, the makers of Cricut, you are licensed to sell limited quantities of products made with Cricut carts that use ProvoCraft intellectual property. Carts with third-party IP (like Disney) are not included in this license and are for home use only, so you would need to negotiate with Disney on your own to obtain a license to resell the likeness of Disney characters.

More info at:
http://www.provocraft.com/company/legal/angel.policy.php

Chef_Stef Posted 7 Mar 2012 , 7:45pm
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Thanks! that helps a bunch.

"No" is still the easiest answer. icon_smile.gif

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