Changes to how DaisyTrail worksPosted: 4th February Category: Site Updates, DaisyTrail News By: jogaskin
In the last couple of days, we've had a bit of an issue with spam posts appearing on the forums.
Thank you all for bearing with us while sorted it out.
The main thing to make you aware of is that from now on, only members that have been active for 48 hours will be able to post on the forums. Although we realise this isn't ideal, it is the best solution for the website at the moment and will hopefully stop the spam.
All new members will be able to post to the gallery, read forum/blog posts and buy from the Shop, but they will not be able to post on the forums for 48 hours.
We would really appreciate your understanding in this and apologise for any inconvenience.
Welcome to the DaisyTrail Shop Louise Mulgrew!Posted: 29th January Category: DaisyTrail News By: jogaskin
We are really pleased to announce the arrival of a new designer to the DaisyTrail Shop - Louise Mulgrew!
Louise is an illustrator whose self-proclaimed ‘loose, energetic style’ combines colourful inky washes with intricate line-work and playful mark-making on each design. We think you’ll agree that we don’t have anything quite like these beautiful kits on the DaisyTrail Shop at the minute, and we are so happy to be able to bring them to you.
Here's some samples made using her kits:
We hope you like them!
The Hobbies Collection by DaisyTrailPosted: 19th January Category: Product previews and overviews By: jogaskin
You might have seen the launch of our fabulous Hobbies digikits last week, but if not - here's all the information you need! There are 4 digikits in the collection, with each one focusing on a different hobby. Here's a quick video to show you the contents of the kits:
And here are some samples made using them:
We hope you like them!
Happy Christmas from the DaisyTrail teamPosted: 18th December 2015 Category: DaisyTrail News By: jogaskin
We hope you're all ready for Christmas and are looking forward to some good food and nice company!
The DaisyTrail team are starting to wind down and are definitely feeling festive now.
We've got a little message for you all that we filmed yesterday - hope you like it:
HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL & BEST WISHES FOR 2016!
The DaisyTrail Team x
Using CraftArtist to make and sell digikitsPosted: 27th November 2015 Category: DaisyTrail News By: jogaskin
We have been asked to clarify the ways in which CraftArtist can be used with regards to making and selling your own digikits.
In general, you are permitted to use the software to make your own content to sell. So for example, you can use the shapes and tools within the software to create items, export them as images and sell them on your website (as ZIP files of images or individual images).
You can also create .pack files using the Digikit Creator and distribute them for free with friends & family.
You are not, however, permitted to sell content in the form of .pack files, or to use any content you have bought or downloaded for free from DaisyTrail to make kits to sell. As you know, when you purchase the software and digikits you are required to accept a license agreement which specifies the ways in which the software can be used. These terms are clearly specified within the License Agreement.
If you have any questions regarding this, please feel free to contact us.