How to Download

All products in this store are digital items; nothing will be shipped to you.

Editing, altering, manipulating, changing, or recreating our printables is a copyright violation. You may not resell any images or files purchased through this store, though specified SVGs may be used for creating commercial products. You may never resell an SVG by itself or share it with others.

Due to technology being vastly different from one another, we are unable to provide any technical help at this time.

Please note that some mobile devices such as phones and tablets do not allow for downloading through a link. Even if the file seems to successfully download on your device, you may have trouble finding the actual file on your device. We strongly recommend accessing your downloads on a desktop or laptop computer.

Some products are sent using a compressed ZIP file.

Here's how to unzip a ZIP file:

On a laptop or desktop computer: Save the ZIP file to your computer, right-click and select, "Extract All." This will create a new folder or file on your computer. Then, add the file to iCloud or Dropbox to get the files on your mobile device. On rare occasions, popup blockers or other apps on your browser may prevent downloading. If this occurs, please try using a different browser.

On a mobile device: Before you download the ZIP file directly to your mobile device, you may need a free app to unzip the product (a good free one is FileExplorer Free). This will allow you to unzip the folder to access it. Another solution available on some mobile devices is to press on the zipped file icon and then click "Extract."

Most files are sent using PDF format. Most computers have pre-installed Adobe Reader on them, but if your particular laptop, PC, or mobile device does not have a PDF reader of some sort on it, you'll need one to view most items. Adobe Reader is the most common one and it's free. You can download it here.

If you can't find the file once it's downloaded, try looking in Downloads under My Computer or search the title of the file on your computer for where it could be hiding. On Apple devices, it may be in the Files App.