I would like to invite you to become a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator on my team!
What you get:
When I joined Stampin’ Up! as a demonstrator, I had no intention of teaching classes or making a blog or participating in any way beyond getting my 20% discount and early access to the Stampin’ Up! products. By joining, not only did I get a great value on my self-selected starter kit, I got an immediate product discount and early access to order new products. I also got behind the scenes information on how to use the new product and connections to demonstrators all over the world. I was invited to participate in the annual On Stage event. I can’t begin to tell you how exciting it is to be in a huge ballroom with people who love crafting just as much as you while you play with products that are about to be released. Lots of demonstrators choose to join as hobbyists and enjoy their discount without ever selling a thing. If this is you, contact me. You can sign up today.
What you can be:
(these titles are made up by me to capture the lifestyle of an independent demonstrator and are not related to or endorsed by Stampin’ Up!)
Once I had been a demonstrator for a little while, my friends wanted to learn to make the cute cards and gifts I was making and I became what I like to call a Craft Coach. I started meeting with a few friends casually. We’d put together our Paper Pumpkin kits or make Christmas Cards together and I would share what I had learned from other demonstrators and also show them my purchases. I shared my catalogs. And I loved it. Crafting alone is great, crafting together is even better.
Once I started to like the cards and items I was creating, to develop my own style, I wanted to share with even more people. So I started this website, and connected with people on their blogs, and posted to Pinterest. I started offering classes in specific techniques or using specific kits and bundles. This naturally evolved for me. Some people pursue being a Stampin’ Up! Independent demonstrator as a second job. The nice part is that it can be as much or as little as works for you. It’s flexible. At this level, some demonstrators start to receive recognition from Stampin’ Up! for their sales or their team building. Stampin’ Up! provides all of their demonstrators access to a lot of training that is transferrable to other areas of my business life. I love the opportunities I have to learn not only craft techniques, but business skills.
Many of the other demonstrators have transitioned to make Stampin’ Up! their full-time job. They focus their energies on building their business and supporting their team in a way that is unique to them and totally in their control. Stampin’ Up! has annual incentive trips to destinations all over the world for those that meet the sales requirement. All of the On Stage atmosphere, crafting, excitement, friendship, concentrated on a cruise ship or group tour. Talk about a party! There are a growing number of demonstrators who have sold over one million dollars in product and designed their own stamp sets for Stampin’ Up! Can you imagine?
All that is to say it can be as little or as much as you want to make it.
Joining my team, means you have my committed support for whatever your goals are, even as they may change. If you want more information on what you get for joining Stampin’ Up, Contact Me.