Here's seven reasons why joining me would be good for you.
1. Discounts on your stamping suppliesDemonstrators immediately save 20% on orders. Later, you can save 25% or even more.
2. The Starter Kit
When you join up, you get to choose your starter kit. You choose $285 worth of items from the catalogue but you pay only $189. These can be any items you want. In addition, you will receive business items, such as catalogues to give away, as part of the deal.
3. Early access to each new catalogue
Demonstrators can order from new catalogues for about a month before they are open to non-demonstrators. You get to play with new things first!
4. Access to the Demonstrator community
Stampin' Up hold regional, national and international events that Demonstrators can attend. Get to know, and craft with, people from all over while you learn new tips and play with new products. In addition to live events, there are a number of vibrant Demonstrator-only online communities you'll be able to join.
5. Being part of my team
I'm always available to help or to answer your questions. Whatever you want to do with your Demonstratorship, I'll do all I can to help you do it. Also, we get together a few times a year for some team training, crafting together and some laughs.
6. Do things your own way
If you want to use your Demonstratorship as a way of making extra money by selling craft items to others, then the sky's the limit on how you do that. Classes, events, YouTube..... it's up to you.
7. Minimal Obligation
There is a minimum sales requirement for each quarter of the year to retain your status as an active demonstrator. This is around $550 retail price. However, you can drop out at any time without penalty.
Right now, there's a special offer on. Join up before the end of August and you get an extra $50 worth of items in your starter kit AND an $18 voucher to spend next month. (Joining up means that all your paperwork is submitted before the last day of August).
If you are interested in joining me
Email me - firstname.lastname@example.org - if you'd like to discuss it some more.
If you're ready to join up, you can sign up online here.