Sunday, May 31, 2009
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Friday, May 22, 2009
May is the month to join Stampin' Up! and make the most of the current promotion where you can join for only $150 (less than half the normal joining fee) You will receive a smaller started kit with a scrapbook focus that you can tailor to suit your liking choosing the stamps and colours that you would prefer. Hurry there are only 8 days left to join at the special price. This is a photo of my recruiting pack which I give to prospective recruits. It contains lots of goodies and information on the Stampin' Up! opportunity. I have made it from Kiwi Kiss Textured Cardstock and some Raspberry Tart DSP.
Scrapbooking Starter Kit Promotion
Dates: 1 May - 1 June 2009
In celebration of National Scrapbooking Month, join Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator for only $150 with our limited-time Scrapbooking Starter Kit. The Scrapbooking Starter Kit contains the following:
Schoolbook Serif Alphabet stamp set* $77.95
Simply Scrappin' Petal Party $36.95
Earth Elements Assorted textured card stock (12" x 12") $21.95
Pumpkin Pie Classic Stampin' Pad $11.95
Craft & Rubber Scissors $37.95
*Substitutable for any stamp set up to $77.95 value.
Please note: Each of the products listed above may be substituted for like items.
The Scrapbooking Starter Kit also contains all the business supplies contained in the standard Starter Kit:
Getting Started DVD
Getting Started Guide
Guest Invitation Postcard (100)
Idea Book & Catalogue (8)
To My Hostess Envelope (10)
Project Sample Sheet
Recruit Brochures (10)
Hostess Benefits Form (10)
Customer Order Form (50)
Things to Remember
The business supplies in the promotional Scrapbooking Starter Kit are the same business supplies that are in the existing Starter Kit; no alternative selections can be made for business items.
New recruits have the option of purchasing either the standard $324 Starter Kit OR the $150 Scrapbooking Starter Kit with a different product offering.
The standard Starter Kit ($324) will continue to be available during this promotional period.
Stampin' Up! is a flexible, fun and enjoyable business that you can build to suit your own situation. If you would like to join my fabulous team you will receive my support and assistance and most importantly gain the sense of achievement and satisfaction that comes with running your own business. There is sure to be a type of demonstrator to suit YOU. Check out the following;
Which one best describes you?
Discount Purchaser: Likes buying stamps for personal use at a discount, and occasionally sells to friends and family.
Short-term Demonstrator: Sells for a short time to earn some extra money and stops when the goal is reached.
Seasonal Demonstrator: Works hard at the business during September, October & November for seasonal money, and maintains minimum orders and sales during the balance of the year.
Hobby Demonstrator: Loves doing demonstrations and earning extra money when it’s convenient; Works a lot some months and very little other months; Likes to do workshops that are easy to book; and doesn’t like to work too hard to book workshops.
Career Demonstrator: Views Stampin’ Up! as a viable income with long-term career potential; Loves attending Stampin’ Up! events, and has developed close relationships with other demonstrators; Works at her business in a consistent manner.
You don't have to conform to a certain type of demonstrator, you can change as much as you like as it suits your needs and changing circumstances. Why not share your creativity with others and earn money while you do it all while having the best FUN. Find out how.
Call me today for more information -Phone 0414 400 841
Thursday, May 21, 2009
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Friday, May 8, 2009
I saw these on Susie's Blog and just HAD to make one - little time consuming but easy as! I am going to make several in different colours - stay tuned..... I love any excuse to use my Big Shot. I used it to emboss the lining with my cuttlebug embossing folders and make the cover with my Nestabililties. They are designed to be used as Baby Shower Favours I guess but not much will fit in these and they are too cute to put food in I reckon!!!!!! Thanks for looking.