I thought I would take a moment to share some of the reasons why I joined Stampin’ Up, how it benefits me and the fabulous joining special going on during Sale-A-Bration!
I started making cards as a form of occupational therapy following an accident. A friend of mine who is also a Stampin’ Up demonstrator invited me to some classes and I was hooked!! The quality of the paper, dies and embellishments was so much better (in my opinion) than what I was buying in the big box stores. Also…the color coordination Stampin’ Up offers can not be beat. No more bringing home products that I thought would match only to find out they didn’t.
Well, fast forward to 3 yrs later. I now consistently blog, have a Facebook business page, a Pinterest page and a YouTube channel! I never would have believed that I would be capable of learning these new skills. Which brings me to the next topic: What do I “get” from being a demonstrator???
I have made so many new friends! Really good, wonderful, creative friends. We all rally together to celebrate each other’s life events and mourn others. In fact, my husband and I were recently involved in a horrific auto accident (that is why I have not been posting much) and the love and support I received from our team was invaluable.
The amount of birthday cards I received this year was unbelievable and I loved each and every one of them! Of course, just like everything else, Covid has stopped so many of our in-person events, but we still gather via phone, Zoom, texts and our favorite–snail mail!!
If you have ever considered becoming a demonstrator, Sale-A-Bration is the time to do it and I would absolutely love to welcome you to my team. Whether you want to be a “kit-napper” (hahaha…it’s a real thing…people who sign up just for the kit special!), as a hobby demonstrator for the discounts or to start your own business, you will receive $125 worth of product PLUS a free bundle all for $99. If interested, follow this link to join now: https://www.stampinup.com/join?demoid=2195858.
Happy crafting and have a wonderful day, Colleen