My team of demonstrators had a fun-filled August Team Meeting! Not everyone could attend last Saturday, but those who came enjoyed an afternoon of friendship, laughter, snacking (thanks, Dee, for the snacks!), and making a project. Our team meetings are always fun, and we share Stampin’ Up! news as well as sharing projects we have made.
Last Saturday was no exception. Carol taught us how to make a box card, and believe it or not, this card can be folded up to fit in an envelope. Carol used a tutorial she found online, and her biggest challenge (and ours) was to convert cm and mm into inches. But we got it done, and I plan to teach this type of card at a future class (in inches of course).
How would you like to be able to attend my team meetings? You can by signing up to be a demonstrator and becoming a member of my team. When you sign up you get a starter kit of products and business supplies worth $125 for only $99. YOU get to choose the products you want from the current catalogs. Plus you get a discount of 20% to 25% on all future orders you place, whether they be your orders or orders from potential customers. In addition, you get advance notice of new products and are eligible to attend special Stampin’ Up! events. You also get amazing support from Stampin’ Up!, and I’m always available to you when you have questions regarding papercrafting.
Now is an exceptionally good time to become a demonstrator. Stampin’ Up! has introduced the new Cut & Emboss machine, which is replacing the Big Shot die cutter.
If you sign up to be a demonstrator you can get this new Cut & Emboss machine with your Starter Kit. This is an awesome opportunity! Because I am a demonstrator I was able to pre-order the new machine August 1st, and after using it for a month I can personally testify that it is superior to any die cutter I have ever used. You will absolutely love it!!
I have been a demonstrator for 18 years, and have loved every minute of it. I’ve become friends with some amazing women, and have learned so much from Stampin’ Up! and other demonstrators. I run my demonstratorship as a business, but you don’t have to! You can be what is referred to as a “hobby” demonstrator – you want to create projects just for yourself, and friends & family.
I would love to have you join my team! If you live in the United States and are interested in signing up, please contact me so we can discuss how you can get started. You can also visit my Stampin’ Up! website at http://www.donnabagwell.stampinup.net to learn more about products and becoming a demonstrator.