You must make changes to the original file. This requirement ensures that your end product does not look identical to what you purchased. It’s all about adding your personal touch and creativity. After all, we strive to create a final product that reflects our brand, right?

Our businesses deserve our authenticity and personal touch. Only then you may claim ownership of your final end product (but not the original template.

In summary, here are the key points to keep in mind when working with PLR products:

  1. Modify the original file to avoid an identical end product.
  2. Take advantage of Canva to customize your printables.
  3. Create an end product unique to your brand.
  4. Claim ownership only of the final end product, not the original.


All printables purchased on our website come with commercial rights and gives you the freedom to:

  • Modify the original template (fonts, elements, colors) to create a unique end product that matches your amazing brand
  • Claim ownership of the final end product (not the original)

Remember, the key is to make every printable unique. Go ahead, make your mark by adding your URL and/or logo too!


While our PLR License gives you creative freedom, there are still some restrictions:

  • You cannot sell the Canva link.
  • You cannot sell our templates for commercial use or as PLR (they’re for personal use only)


As a responsible content creator, it’s crucial to familiarize yourself with Canva’s Terms of Use and Licenses terms. We’re not affiliated with Canva, nor responsible for any violations. Just a heads up!

Also, please note that the photos used in our designs are purely for demonstration purposes and are not for sale


All content on this website, including but not limited to text, posts, logos, marks, graphics, files, materials, services, products, videos, audio, applications, computer code, designs, downloads and all other information here (collectively, the “Content”) is owned by us and is protected by copyright, trademark and other intellectual property and unfair competition laws. 

You are granted a limited revocable license to print or download Content from the website for your own personal and commercial, informational and educational use only while ensuring it’s not in violation of any copyright, trademark, and intellectual property or proprietary rights.

You agree not to copy, duplicate, steal, publish, display, distribute, reproduce, store, transmit, post, create derivative works, reverse engineer, sell, rent or license any part of the Content in any way to anyone without our prior written consent. 

You agree to abide by the copyright, trademark laws and intellectual property rights and shall be solely responsible for any violations of these terms and conditions.

These Terms and Conditions along with our Privacy Policy constitutes the entire agreement between you and us with respect to this website. It supersedes all prior or contemporaneous communications, discussions, negotiations or proposals we may have had with you whether electronic, oral or written.

A printed version of this entire agreement, including the Privacy Policy and Disclaimer and of any notice given in electronic form, shall be admissible in judicial or administrative proceedings with respect to this website to the same extent and given the same effect as other business contracts and documents kept and maintained in printed form.


If any provision in these Terms and Conditions is deemed by a court, regulatory authority or other public or private tribunal of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision is deemed to have been omitted from this Agreement. The remainder of this Agreement remains in full force and effect, and is modified to any extent necessary to give such force and effect to the remaining provisions, but only to such extent.


Please contact us at  [email protected] if you have any questions, concerns, or comments regarding these terms.