Become a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator: Here’s how.

Do you love creating?  Do you love getting discounts on your paper crafting supplies?  Is your Stampin’ Up! wish list longer than you’d like to admit?  Why not sign up to join my team and become a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator?

Why become a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator?

Of course there’s the discount.  It is 20% when you first sign up, and then goes up to 25% when you promote the first time, which is easy to do.

You have access to order new products before they’re available to customers.  So you get to play with the goodies first.

Don’t think you’re creative enough?  Well, you don’t have to be.  There’s a huge network of other demonstrators who share their ideas and techniques, and you’re able (and encouraged) to use those ides in your own projects and classes.  And of course there are the videos and training that the company provides.

Your business, your way.

When you become a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, you can run your business (it is a business after all) the way you want.  That means that if you just want to buy your products at a discount and maybe only get an occasional order from friends or family members (or none at all), that’s perfectly fine.  And if you want to run it as a business and earn an income while playing with ink and paper, that’s great too.  There are some guidelines, but they are easy to follow, and they’re geared toward helping you in your business.  YOUR business.  YOUR way.

What comes in the starter kit?

Well, I’m glad you asked.  You can get anything you want in your starter kit.  Your cost is $99 but you get to pick $125 worth of products and make your starter kit your own.  This is great if you already own a lot of products, because you don’t wind up with duplicates.  And if you are starting from scratch, I can help you come up with a list of products that will fit your plans for your business.

Stamping in Texas suggested starter kit items
Items you might choose when you become a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
Details, details.

In order to remain a demonstrator, there is a quarterly sales minimum you have to meet.  That minimum is only $300 (before your discount).  If you’re doing workshops, that’s the approximate sales amount of an average single workshop.  It’s not a difficult minimum to meet.

If you decide you don’t want to be a demonstrator anymore, all you have to do is stop placing orders.  No problem.  You’re not obligated for a particular amount of time, and everything in your starter kit is yours to keep.  There’s no penalty whatsoever to dropping out.  And you’re not prevented from coming back if you change your mind.  You’re always welcome.

Ready to join my team?

If you’ve heard enough and are ready to join, click here to sign up.  Or if you have questions, contact me here and I’ll be glad to help.

Happy stamping!

Jennifer Evanko, Independent Demonstrator for Stampin' Up!

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