Join me and Stampin Up

If you love Stampin Up products and would like to get them at a discount or you are ready to work for yourself and reap the benefits without the pressure of targets and timescales then this is the perfect opportunity for you.  Why not join Stampin Up in my team of Flutterbys? For only £99 you get £130 of product, so you can choose exactly what you want.

You choose how much or how little you want to do, you may want to do lots of parties or only a few or even none at all.   You may just want to be your own customer and hostess and just share your love of craft with a few close friends.

When you join Stampin Up as a demonstrator you buy a COMPLETELY customisable kit, so you can choose just what you want.  If you are mainly a cardmaker….then cards, inks and stamps…if you are a scrapbooker then project life kits and accessories can make up your order.  If you already have supplies, then just buy the items on your wish list  that will enable you to demonstrate what YOU feel confident with.

You may want to be a discount demonstrator – buying products for your own use with occasional sales to friends or family.

A short term demonstrator to earn extra money for something specific (holiday, christmas)

A Hobby demonstrator, expanding your craft network while demonstrating and socialising

A Mummy demonstrator, work around your family commitments while getting a little ‘me time’ and earning some extra money.

A career demonstrator, working hard to build your business, recruiting and expanding.

There are so many different ways you can make Stampin’ Up! work for you, that you needn’t feel any pressure. There are no hard targets set by the company, all you need to do is sell £275  worth of  sales every 3 calendar months to remain active. (does not include the quarter you join in, you do get some breathing space to settle in first!)

And for £99  you get your £130 of product plus a business pack (order forms, catalogues, flyers, the essentials to start your business!)

If you’re interested in becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, follow click on the button:

join-here

or copy and paste this link into your browser

https://ida.stampinup.com?demoid=5014247

This will take you to the Independent Demonstrator Agreement which you will need to read and agree to

Next you will need to purchase your Starter Kit.  The form will prompt you to choose up to £130worth of products to create your own custom Starter Kit, allowing you to start your business.  Just make sure that the products you order will enable you to actually make a project.  There is nothing worse than having lots of products but none of it matches.  So if you are starting from scratch try to include some card, matching inks, stamp set (words and images) and matching punches.  The catalogue has some great ideas  and lists what you need to complete the project.  If you are not sure – then just give me a call (07791 662348) or email me and I will be more than happy to advise you!

Once you’ve completed the above steps, Stampin’ Up! will send you a password so you can log in to the demonstrator Web Site where you’ll find an abundance of tips, ideas, and training to help you.

You will then need to wait about 10 days before you can start ordering, so don’t forget to plan your projects or demonstration with that in mind.

Once you are a member, you will be invited to join the ‘upline’ Facebook groups.  This is the wider group of demonstrators who share ideas with each other and sometimes meet up for training.

As your ‘upline’ I will arrange to meet (either in person or virtually) for training.

Please contact me by phone or email if you would like to discuss flutterbyheidi@virginmedia.com

 

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