Mar 19 2010

Be a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator today

Awash with Flowers by Stampin' Up!

 

I can’t wait for tomorrow.  Because tomorrow is our Dreaming About Rubber Stamps Team meeting. I love getting together with other demonstrators on my team. We chat, we swap, we share business ideas and we stamp, of course. Tomorrow we are making five springy cards using the Awash with Flowers sneak peek set and other great spring sets. Seems appropriate for the first day of spring, doesn’t it? 

 

Our meetings are so much fun!  This is not your usual "business meeting".  If you want to join us tomorrow in Edmonton, there are still a few spots left for guests. Contact me by e-mail or phone at 780.472.8200 for the details.

One of the many perks of being a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator is getting new products early. Like the Awash with Flowers stamp set. And if you join Stampin’ Up! this month, you will be able to pre-order from the new Summer Mini cataloge on April 1st. This is one of the best mini catalogues ever!

Becoming a Demonstrator also means …

  • A 30% discount on your first demonstrator order.
  • Enjoy a minimum 20% off all other orders
  • Earn a monthly income that fits your schedule and needs.
  • Free stamps as part of the new demo STAMPIN’ START program
  • Join Stampin’ Community – an online site that has almost 50,000 samples
  • A full colour monthly magazine called Stampin’ Success

But the greatest benefit is the ability to earn income while you doing something you love!

If you have ever thought about becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, now is the time. The business kit is on sale for 15% off until March 31st. Now only $225 you will also receive a free stamp set of your choice from any current catalogue plus a $50 gift from me.

Please contact me by e-mail or phone to 1.866472.8207 if you have any questions about becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. If you are ready to join, click here and choose join now from the left hand side. My password is "darlene".

 

Don’t think it, ink it! 

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