Thinking about becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator
in the UK?  I would love you to join my team of Coffee
Morning Stampers, even if it's virtual coffee!

It's very easy, all you do is
purchase the Starter Kit! This
is now at an amazing price of
£99 and you can choose
product up to the value of £130.
You also receive a business kit
worth £45 and free postage on your
starter kit.  So whether you are a
card maker or a scrapbooker you
now have the flexibility to tailor the
starter kit you way. 

Once you've bought your kit you will have Active Demonstrator 
status which entitles you to:

A massive 30% discount on your first order if you spend £150 
or more within your first 45 days

20% discount on the rest of your orders

Opportunities to earn free stamp sets

Access to the demonstrator website with all its fantastic resources

Previews of new products and catalogues

Invitations to demonstrator-only promotions and events

The opportunity, if you wish, to attend various training events

And a special gift from me as a thank you for joining my team after you have placed your first order as a demonstrator

Once you've bought your Starter Kit you don't actually 
have to do another thing if you don't want to! But if you 
want to keep your Active Demonstrator status, 
you will need to make minimum sales of £270 per quarter. 
That works out at £90 a month including VAT - which is easy 
to achieve! You can take it a step further if you wish by setting 
up classes and workshops and increasing your orders that way, 
or you could make it your full-time career focus. But rest 
assured there will be absolutely no pressure for you to do any 
more than you want to.

People join Stampin' Up! for many different reasons. 
What kind of demonstrator would you be?

Discount demonstrator: Buys discounted stamps and 
supplies for personal use and occasionally sells to family 
and friends.

Short-term demonstrator: Works to earn a specific 
amount of money and stops when the goal is reached.

Hobby demonstrator: Enjoys running workshops and 
classes and earning extra money when it's convenient; 
works a lot some months and very little or not at all at 
other times.

Seasonal demonstrator: Works hard running workshops 
during September, October and November and maintains 
minimal sales during the rest of the year.

Stay-at-home mum demonstrator: Runs her business 
around her family commitments, doing workshops a few 
nights a month to make extra money.

Career demonstrator: Views Stampin' Up! as a viable 
business with long-term career potential; is ambitious to 
move up the career ladder and works consistently at her 

So, you can see, Stampin' Up! is as individual as you are!

There is always support either at the end of a phone or 
online and you will NEVER be pressurised into doing any 
more than you want to, whether you want to be a hobby 
demo or a full-time career demo.

You can use the new online facility to join by clicking on the link on my home page.  

Aileen x 


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