Digital Inserts are designed for use with UITC™ Character and Scenery Frames. Unlimited usage of the image is included in your one time purchase, you can print the image over and over again for all of your workshop and craft show needs. We also offer several tutorials on professionally printing your images, click HERE to view our video tutorials. We do recommend professional printing for a more polished finish. We do NOT recommend printing the images at home if you are NOT using a quality lazer printer, ink printing will run and your image will not be crisp.
***Please note, this is not a physical product, you are purchasing a digital file that must be printed***
Print your image on 11x17 paper that is 24-32 lb, once printed, cut out the circle containing the image. We strongly recommend using a professional printer unless you have a good quality lazer printer, the ink from other printers WILL RUN! Affix to your wreathing frame using a thin layer of podge or decoupage. Spread the adhesive over the entire solid middle of the frame, make sure you get right to the first row of holes around the centre, foam paint brushes work best. Apply image making sure the hanging holes for the wreath are at the top and centered. You will have some time to move the image around before it sets, use this time to make sure the image is centered. Then working from the centre outward, squeegee the image to ensure you remove all air bubbles and creases. Once dried you can spray with a sealant to ensure weatherproof.
Click HERE to check out our video tutorials on using Professional Printing Services.
***Digital Images are property of UNIQUE IN THE CREEK LTD to be used with the UITC™ Character frame. It is strictly prohibited to show, share, sell or distribute Unique in the Creek™ Digitals(s) on any social media outlets. You may, however use Unique in the Creek™ wreathing system for teaching purposes also in selling a completed wreath with the Unique in the Creek™ frame. All lists and patterns are owned by Unique in the Creek™. The UITC™ wreathing frame is covered by a DESIGN and UTILITY Patent. Infringement can result in legal issues.