Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Wounded Warrior

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Wounded Warrior

    This may be protected by copy right? Would like a pattern of the Wounded Warrior logo, if it's available. Thank you


  • #2
    Not sure of copyrights but ---

    https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&....0.MWFB8dlodAQ

    Here is their copyright info - but it has a contact point in it -- https://www.woundedwarriorproject.or...rms-of-use.pdf
    Tony

    My Son-in-law said "Darnit, I cut this board twice, now. And it's still too short."

    Comment


    • #3
      You're right, it is copyrighted. Doesn't matter, the images on the Webb site will not enlarge to about 8 X 10; they fall apart. Thanks for the reply.

      Comment


      • #4
        Copyright or not if you wish to copy it and make a sign for yourself or a gift you can. You can not make projects to sell (single or mass produce) or distribute the pattern.
        Scott
        Creator of fine designer sawdust.

        Comment

        Unconfigured Ad Widget

        Collapse

        Latest Topics

        Collapse

        • dwssr2
          wipe on poly and tack cloth
          by dwssr2
          Question, when sanding polyurethane in between coats, using a tack cloth, is it ok to wipe on poly while the project seems tacky or should a person wait a few hours to let it dry?
          How necessary is it to sand between coats of polyurethane? I am sure people have a lot of different opinions and...
          Today, 05:58 PM
        • tgiro01
          Reply to Do you know what this Is?
          by tgiro01
          Betty asked: "Where does the responsibility of the maker of an item end and the responsibility of the purchaser begin? My sealife puzzle is purchased by older people due to its complexity but - if they leave it laying around and a child gets a part and chokes, is that my responsibility or theirs?"...
          Today, 12:20 PM
        • RJweb
          Reply to Do you know what this Is?
          by RJweb
          The problem now a days everyone is sue happy, no matter who’s at fault, RJ...
          Today, 10:03 AM
        • will8989
          Reply to Do you know what this Is?
          by will8989
          Don’t forget to carry insurance if you sell a lot. It’s a necessary expense and a good "silent" partner and hope it stays that way. Where does the responsibility of the maker of an item end and the responsibility of the purchaser begin? My sealife puzzle is purchased by older people due...
          Today, 08:44 AM
        • keystonecop
          Reply to Do you know what this Is?
          by keystonecop
          I was afraid some of my puzzles would not pass the test, but they did.. (I have some that I sell that would not (they are from the magazine) so I am not going to make them for sale anymore as I am worried about sales of those.. Maybe the magazine should have a statement of warning of small pieces if...
          Yesterday, 08:19 PM
        Working...
        X