If you sell your cards and other stamped creations, be sure to add the name of the stamp company to the back of your card. Sometimes, companies include a very small stamp within a stamp set that says their name and you can use it to i.d. which company's stamps you used. At times, I have used tiny printed handwriting on the back of cards I've sold.
Before I started collecting rubber stamps (mid 2011), I had never heard the term "Angel Policy." By the time I heard it enough to look into it, I owned many stamps from many companies (8 boxes of stamps from endless companies). Here is my challenge: looking up all the different angel policies for these stamps. As a crafter, how I wish the stamps had a policy reference on them. For example, if the designer allows for 50 stamped copies per year and sharing is ok, a reference could be placed on the stamp so the public could easily understand the legal boundaries of using the stamp. IMHO many of us are innocently ignorant of this issue and the information is not easily attainable.
A stamp designer emailed me this helpful link to help me continue learning about angel policies:
If you have more information about specific company angel policies, please feel free to post or email me. I, for one, would appreciate it so much. Thanks, and keep on stamping (for yourself and a few friends :)