In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to upload branding for use on limited edition certificates, set your artist name and signature, plus add a payment method for the order fulfilment costs.
Navigate to your ‘Art Store‘
In creativehub, we refer to the area of your account settings which specifically focuses on online art sales as your ‘Art store‘. Please note this is not your Shopify store.
To get started, navigate to your art store. To do this, first login to creativehub. Then click the profile icon in the top right of the page. Next, select ‘Art store settings‘ from the drop down.
Branding & store details
Our service is white label. This means we ship your print orders to your customers in unbranded packaging.
However, on the shipping label you can have your store details and a logo included.
To do this, complete the fields for ‘Branding & store details‘ within your ‘Art store‘.
Artists and signatures
Creativehub allows you to sell your art as limited editions. Limited edition sales include a certificate of authenticity which is shipped to the buyer with the print order.
For the certificate to be valid, you must state who the artwork is authored by. This will most likely be yourself, but if you are selling on behalf of someone else then you can also enter their details.
The certificate also has a field for a digitally printed signature. This signature should match the name of the artist.
Branding for certificates
In addition to the artist name and signature, the certificate of authenticity which is included with print orders that are sold as limited editions can include your branding, for example a business logo.
Payment card for order fulfilment
When you make a sale in Shopify, the full payment is paid directly into your Shopify account by the buyer.
We then debit you separately for the production costs via your creativehub account.
In order to take this payment, you’ll need to have added a card to your account.
Click here to find out how to add a new payment card.