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I have only recently become a Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrator and I can say that I am exceptionally excited about the opportunities it is giving me already! Not only do we receive a fabulous discount but we also have opportunities to take part in regional and national training where you get to meet fellow demonstrators and gain more inspiration! So if like me crafting is your passion and you want to earn a little something extra from your hobby, working at your own pace, with hours you’ve set yourself and with no target pressure, then look no further that Stampin’ Up!

How does it work?

YOU have the say in how you want Stampin’ Up! to work for you, weather it be through a few or loads of parties, or none at all and you want to use this opportunity to boost your own stock by being your own customer and hostess.  The choice, as they say, is YOURS!

Stampin’ Up! produce high quality products and this is the perfect opportunity for you to use and share these products with friends and family.

The starter kit is completely customisable, YOU decide what YOU want! I decided to go for a mix of stamps, papers, buttons and punches so that I had a broad selection to choose from, whereas you may prefer to use your starter kit to obtain papers or inks, whatever you think is the best way for you to demonstrate the products, the choice if completely yours!

You decide how you want Stampin’ Up! to work for you, a few of the options are:

  • Discount demonstrator where you purchase the products for personal use and occasionally sell to friends and family;
  • Short term demonstrator so you can earn a little extra cash for events such as Christmas;
  • Hobby demonstrator, where you can create a new social network with fellow crafters and demonstrate your crafting abilities and help others develop theirs;
  • Worker / Mummy demonstrator, work around your job and/or family commitments while enjoying some valuable craft time and earning some extra money;
  • Full time demonstrator, where Stampin’ Up is your main focus and you work hard to build your business, recruiting and expanding.

As you can see there are loads of ways to make Stampin’ Up! work for you and there are no hard targets set by the company, all you need to do is sell £225 (305€) worth of net sales every 3 months to remain active.

How much does it cost?

To register with Stampin’ Up! it costs £99 for the starter kit, for which you receive £130 worth of goods of your choosing plus an additional £45 worth of business supplies to set you up.  There are also no shipping prices!

How do I chose what I want?

The catalogues are available by clicking the link on my side bar or by clicking here

How do I register?

If you feel Stampin’ Up! is your kind of thing simply click this to join which will take you to the agreement page; you will then need to read and agree to the Independent Demonstrator Agreement.  Once you’ve agreed to that you can purchase your starter kit and select all the goodies you want (up to the value of £130), once you’ve decided (it took me all day!) and have finished placing your order follow the prompts to completion and you’re done!

Stampin’ Up! will then send you emails with your password, demonstrator ID and a welcome message. Once you have received all this, log on to the Demonstrator website for a whole host of time and ideas to help you with hosting parties, demonstrating etc.  You will also be invited to join the Connect site for which you will need to contact the help desk for access, the email address will be contained in the email you received with your password and/or demonstrator number.  Please contact me via the below form or at smudgecrafts@yahoo.co.uk if you have any concerns or questions about Stampin’ Up!

Sam x

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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