How It Works

*** Everyday we release a fresh and new FREE Clip Art Set! Each set is only free for 24 hours afterwards it goes on sale in our shop.

Commercial use is allowed for all of our art.  A link to our shop is appreciated but not required.

Terms of Use: All free and paid clip arts graphics or digital papers may be used for personal and/or commercial use, in the following ways: Classroom Printables, Party Printables; Cards and Invitations; Classroom Crafts; Lesson Plans; Scrapbooking, Photography, Stickers; T-shirt Prints; Vinyl Cutting or Decals; Embroidery and more.

Daily Art Hub Team

6 thoughts on “How It Works

  1. Hi, I have a question regarding your TOU. I understand these are commercial use items & can be used to create items for resale. However, I am a designer of digital Scrapbook Kits & am always on the lookout for basic shapes to use in order to create altered images – with filters, actions etc.. altered of course & made into something new. Is this allowed? I would like to know before I Subscribe! Thanks so much.

    1. Yep. As long as you alter the image this is ok! We just ask that you do not sell our image as is. Thanks

  2. I have been working with this site for some time now and suddenly the site looks different and when I click on the free button it redirects to facebook where there is awindow which says go back/ follow link. either choice takes me back to the site but I still cannot get anywhere…. only does the above?? can you help please. I do receive your email notification in my email.

    1. You mean if I understand well that I could have free Daily art hub if I altered the image Is that right I am french and i want to understand the right way how it work.

    2. I have a paid subscription and now it’s asking me to pay for sets that are supposed to be free.

      1. Hi,

        We are currently working on the website. Sorry for the trouble. If you are logged in and a member, even if you see an art set you’d like that claims it costs $$ please add it to the cart at checkout it will display $0. Hope this helps!

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