Saturday, 16 February 2008

How Stampin' Up! works

I have a busy weekend ahead so thought I'd use this opportunity remind you all of how Stampin' Up! works. There are three ways you can enjoy Stampin' Up! products:

As a customer
Customers can buy Stampin' Up! products in three ways:

1. At a workshop: This is the best place to buy your Stampin' Up! products, as you'll see the products in action and have lots of stamping fun.

2. Catalogue party: If you can't make it to a workshop, or don't have a demonstrator in your area, don't despair. Get in touch with me for a catalogue (I'm doing a special deal on catalogues at the moment) and hold a catalogue party with your stamping friends. Place your orders together and, if they reach £150 or more combined, the hostess will still get the freebies! It doesn't matter where you are in the UK, the supplies will be delivered to your home.

3. Mail order: If you need supplies in between workshops, don't forget you can place an order at any time by email. You can pay by cheque and I'll order when it's cleared, or Paypal (a small fee may apply) and the goodies will be delivered directly to your home.

As a hostess
Hostesses get the best treats from Stampin' Up! Open your home for a Stampin' Up! workshop and I'll show you two projects and everybody will complete a fun make and take. They don't even have to be crafters - you never know, they might catch the stamping bug on the night! All you, as the hostess, have to do is provide some light refreshments (very light - we don't want food on the cardstock!) and I'll do the rest. In return, if your party reaches £150 or more, you get the pick of some wonderful stamp sets just for hostesses plus free products of your choice. It's a great deal - and great fun!

As a demonstrator
If you enjoy sharing your love of stamping with others, then becoming a demonstrator could be for you. It really is the perfect job - you can fit it around your lifestyle and work as much or as little as you like. Even better than that, rubber stamps become tax deductible and playing with stamps and paper can be called "work"! It costs £155 to sign up and you get a great boxful of stamps, accessories and business supplies, worth £265! It's an even bigger bargain if you sign up before the end of February, as you'll save a further £16! You don't need to live near me to be in my downline, so please email me today if you think being a demonstrator is for you.

For any of these options, please email me!

1 comment:

  1. I just love buying the SU!

    Thank you for sharing!
    Jessica Lynn


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