You can use the fonts in programs that allow you to upload custom fonts. Some examples include Procreate, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Canva Pro (desktop and mobile app), Procreate, Pages for Mac, Microsoft Word, etc.
If you don’t have Photoshop, I highly recommend looking into Canva Pro, which is a super user-friendly app that allows you to create social media graphics, presentations, apparel, etc.
All products are instant download. Once you complete your purchase, you’ll receive an email to download the files so you can get started creating immediately! ♡
Installing fonts is super easy! First, you will need to unzip the file you downloaded. To unzip on Mac, you'll double click the zip file. To unzip on Windows, you'll right click the zip file and click "extract". Once unzipped you will find all of the font files.
Due to the nature of digital downloads, we cannot issue a refund once the files have been downloaded. However, we will consider granting a refund that meets certain internal criteria (e.g. duplicate order), and will grant refunds at our reasonable discretion. Nothing herein grants an obligation by Wilde Mae Studio to issue a refund. However, we will do everything possible to ensure that you are happy with your WMS purchase!
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us at email@example.com and we'll be happy to help! ♡
Upon purchase of the files, you are granted a non-exclusive, non-assignable, non-transferable, revocable Standard License to access the files for personal and commercial projects in accordance with the terms of the License Agreement. Under the Standard License, the files may be installed and used by one (1) end user on up to (2) devices. If you would like to use the font on a website, you must also purchase a Web License.
The Standard License includes unlimited personal and commercial projects (where the lifetime sales do not exceed 250,000 sales). Kindly note that you may use the files to create artwork such as logos, branding, packaging, social media graphics, apparel, etc. However, you may not resell, give away, or include the actual files as part of your end product for sale or in editable format. You may not create derivative works, or resell or sub-license the licensed files in any way that is directly competitive with the original licensed files.
If a third party needs to install the files or font data for any reason, they must purchase their own license directly from Wilde Mae Studio.
If you have any questions about license usage, or would like to inquire a Large Volume Commercial Use License for over 250,000 sales, an App License (apps, software, gaming), an E-Pub License (ebook, emagazines, electronic publications), or any other special license, please get in touch.
Yes! If the app you're using allows it. For Canva Pro, you will install the fonts in Canva under "Brand Fonts" on your computer first and then you can access them via Canva mobile.
As of June 22nd, 2020 Cricut use is acceptable as long as third party users cannot access the font files or individually customize products using the fonts. You may not use the files in any manner that makes them accessible to the public or non-licensed third parties.
Unfortunately, no. You may not distribute the files or any copy thereof to any third party. If a third party such as a client, designer, independent contractor, employee, or a freelancer creating content for the benefit of the licensee, needs to install the files or font data for any reason, they must purchase their own license directly from Wilde Mae Studio. The files may be installed and used only on the devices of the licensee.
If you plan to upload the font to your website and embed it via CSS, you will need a web license. If you plan to upload rasterized graphics (.png, .jpg) that you've created using the fonts, you will not need a web license.
If you would like to embed the font on your website, you will need to purchase a Web License. Under the Standard Web License, the licensee may use the font as a web font using CSS @font-face on one (1) domain url where the monthly page views do not exceed 50,000/month.
You cannot link the font across multiple domains. You may only use EOT, WOFF, or web-only TTF formats. You may not put any other file format online, including OpenType. If you need the font for more than one domain, additional monthly page views, or if you need to use the font on another users website (ie. for a client site), you must purchase a web license per each additional domain/client.
Please note, the font may not be used in any web-based applications where users of the site can select or use the font for any text composition or editing use.
Yes! You may use the fonts and/or illustrations to create artwork such as logos, branding, packaging, social media graphics, apparel, etc. However, you may not resell, give away, or include the actual font or illustration files as part of your end product for sale or in editable format.
Yes! Canva Pro allows you to upload fonts and graphics. To upload illustrations into Canva Pro, just open the "uploads" tab in the editor side panel.
To import a font into Canva Pro, you will install the fonts in Canva under "Brand Fonts" on your computer first and then you can access them via the Canva mobile app.
Yes! The Standard License includes unlimited personal and commercial projects (where the lifetime sales do not exceed 250,000 sales). If you require a Large Volume Commercial Use License for over 250,000 sales, please get in touch.
If you're the creator of an App, please get in touch for an App License. Unless an App License has been purchased, you are not permitted to use the files in application content, user interfaces, apps, or other content for gaming consoles, smart televisions, or other works distributed electronically or via physical media for sale.
Further, an App License is required for design or print-on-demand applications. This includes an app where any third party can individually customize the product using the fonts or graphics. If you require an App License, please get in touch.
You may not use them on platforms like Templett or Corjl, embed them in PDF or PSD files that are editable by third parties such as, for example, customizable logo templates or wedding invitations. You may not embed the fonts in any app/web applications.
If you need a special license for these uses or have any questions regarding licensing, please get in touch.