Have you thought about becoming a demonstrator? Do you have a wish list from the current catalogues as long as your arm? Do you like getting a great deal?
If you have answered yes to any of the above questions you should really consider what a great opportunity it is to join Stampin' Up! If you answered yes to ALL of the above questions, then what are you waiting for? Call me right now 🙂
There is such a low start up price as the starter kit itself is £119 and you actually receive over £230 worth of goods. If you joined now you would have till the end of September to reach your first quarterly minimum sales of £300. Which is great timing as you would benefit from being a demo when Stampin Up release the retired list on 1st September, which is a great sales month. In September we also receive a complimentary copy of the new catalogue which is not released to customers till 1st October AND you get the chance to pre-order some of the items long before any customers get their hands on them.
There are so many benefits to being a demonstrator including a 30% discount off your first order (within 45 days and over £150) and if you drop me an email I will happily send you some more information to read without any obligation at all.
And if you are tempted this is what I send my new recruits……
It is just a little something to make you feel part of our lovely team and show how much I appreciate you joining me. THe most valuable thing in this welcome pack is the welcome manual that I have created with all the basics you need to know to get started, it will navigate you though all the basics, from commissions through to the demo website and how to run a workshop.
There is an opportunity that is right for everyone with Stampin Up and I really hope to welcome you to my team really soon. Email me on email@example.com.
And here is a little something I made for Fathers Day. This stamp is just perfect for the men in your life and will be perfect for my Dad as he loves boats and owned several of his own whilst I was growing up. None of them looked quite like this but hey we can all dream can't we??
Oops, just noticed that the sentiment is wonky!!
Supplies used – Sail Away £8.95 (single stamp available from the mini catalogue)
Textured embossing folder – Square Lattice £6.95
Cardstock – Early Espresso, Daffodil Delight, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla & Pacific Point.
Neutral button and linen thread.
Watercolour pencils and an aqua painter to colour in the sea and sky.
And I stamped the image onto vellum and cut out the sail shapes. I then glued them to the stamped image but folded the vellum and secured with a silver brad to look like real sails. Quite subtle but I liked the effect. And finally the sentiment is from the level 2 hostess set in the mini catalogue.
Have a great weekend and hope to hear from you soon x