Best Time To Become a Demonstrator for Stampin' Up!

July 1, 2017

What a fantastic time to become a demonstrator for Stampin' Up! (as if there was a bad time to become one!). But seriously have you seen what is on offer to new demonstrator's signing up in July 2017 as part of Stampin' Up!'s Christmas in July promotion?

 

 

 

Not only do you get your starter kit (which by the way is fully customisable by yourself) which is worth £130 but will only set you back £99 you also get a tons of freebies! Check this little lot out all for no pennies at all!

 

  • Business pack containing catalogues, order forms, invitations and more to get your business off the ground

  • Carols of Christmas stamp set worth £19. This is a hot off the press, pre-release from the upcoming Stampin' Up! Christmas catalogue and you're getting it EARLY and for nothing! 

  • 2 x D sized perspex blocks to use with your brand new stamp set

  • A Stampin' Up! bone folder

  • A Snail double sided adhesive dispenser

  • A pair of Stampin' Up! Snips

  • A Stampin' Up grid paper pack which is invaluable for measuring, using as a cushioned stamping base, keeping your work surface/desk clean and tidy and for scribbling notes on as well as for using as a fab backdrop for photos and video tutorials

 

As if that's not enough, all of this comes to you with free postage and packing too and once you become a demo all of your Stampin' Up! goodies come to you with a 20% discount from there on.

 

If you're not interested in running a Stampin' Up! business there is no need to. Every demonstrator has to meet minimum sales targets of £270 per quarter, £90 per month on average (before P&P and before discounts) to remain a demonstrator and keep their discount eligibility. For many crafters that is doable from what they buy themselves.

 

When you are a new demonstrator you have 6 months to achieve your first target sales in so you get an extension to allow you to get your business off the ground if that's what you want to do.

 

If you don't meet targets your demonstrator status lapses after a short period you can rejoin again and enjoy new demonstrator benefits again! No problems.

 

Lots of demonstrators are hobby demoists, this means they have no intention of selling they just demo for the discounts and that's fine too!

 

Get in touch if you want to take advantage of this fantastic offer and grab yourself some free goodies. This is a really great way to build a stash if you are a new crafter or papercrafter or if your collection of crafting goodies really could do with a boost of newness!

 

This offer is valid only for new demonstrators signing up between 1st and 31st July 2017 so hurry and grab some stash!

 

Let me know if I can help you with anything.

 

Andrea x

 

 

 

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