Becoming a Stampin Up Demonstrator is easier than I ever thought!!! I have been in love with Stampin Up paper and stamps since 1998! I could not have imagined that my love affair with their stuff would have lasted this long. Well, I never considered being a demonstrator because I didn't wanna have to "sell" anything. Well, that changed when I found out that when you become a Stampin Up Demonstrator everything you order is at a 20% discount and these amounts go toward your sales totals. To remain active in Stampin Up, all you have to do is sell(in my case buy) at least $300 in sales every 3 months! Now if I look back over time. I was spending that amount by myself!!! I didn't even mention your 20% commission from worshops you give or have and other free incentives. We have something called Sale-A-Bration which means if you spend $50 you will get a free item. If you become a demonstrator during Celebration (which is now through March 31, 2012) you can join for only $125 instead of $179 and get over $300 worth of product in your starter kit and your choice of a years worth of digital downloads or a years worth of SU Designer Series Paper!!!! I am so excited. I want to rejoin!!!! Contact me if you're interested in ordering or joining the team!!! I'd love to help you get started! Stampin Up is one of the coolest companies you could ever be a part of. I hate I waited this long to join!!!!http://www.stampinup.com/us/enu/default.asp
- Pam Allen
- I began my papercrafting journey when someone from work invited me to a Stampin UP party. I couldn't believe how easy it was to make something so beautiful. As I went to different workshops, people began to bring their different projects to the parties and one time a lady brought her scrapbook! OMG!!!! It was love at first sight. I didn't say a word. I just listened to what she said about it and how she did it and I began to just go into local craft stores and put the pieces together and the rest is history. Because this love of mine began before I married or had children, I was able to document a great deal of what has happened over the past ten years. I am so thankful for this love of paper crafting. It has gone from card making to scrapbooking, to book making to clay crafts to paper jewelry and combinations of the like!