I have always been creative: knitting, painting, writing poetry, decoupage, jewellery making, you name it. Yet I found papercraft & cardmaking not that long ago, in 2013.
I joined Stampin’ Up! first, just as a hobby demonstrator, four years ago, in 2014. I had a blast! I met so many wonderful people all over the world. Sadly, due to health issues (Multiple Sclerosis) and acute chronic pain, I decided to resign after three years. But could I stay away?! No way! So after pain & physiotherapy, and with a support of my amazing husband, I rejoined Stampin’ Up! in October 2017.
I have a small team which is called Serendipity Crew and we are a little but growing branch of one of the biggest teams in the UK – a really wonderful group of women, of whom many have become dear friends of mine. We all support and inspire each other. So when you join my team, you don’t get just me to help and support you, we all are a big friendly group! And we would love to welcome you.
Why ‘serendipity?! Here’s the meaning from Oxford Dictionary:
Stampin’ Up! offers a fun opportunity to share your passion for stamping and earn extra income and product. However, a lot of people simply join for the discount. Or even just for a Starter Kit. The choice is yours! You are under no commitment, contract or obligation.
Stampin’ Up! has all kinds of demonstrators: purchasing for themselves, selling to friends, or selling to just get a little extra cash and for some, it’s a full-time business. You can choose how to work as a Stampin’ Up! Demonstratorship to best suit your needs.
You don’t have to join Stampin’ Up! to sell, run workshops or classes. You can be a happy hobbyist who sells only to herself saving at least 20% with each purchase (plus other perks for demonstrators only)
But if you decide to run it as a business there are invaluable online resources for demonstrators on our website. And I will guide and support you along the way.
From the time you join, through the end of the first full Stampin’ Up! quarter you can “test drive” demonstrator discounts and benefits.
Stampin’ Up! quarters are Jan. – March, April – June, July – Sept., Oct. – Dec. For example, if you join in October (the start of a quarter; considered a partial quarter at that point) so you would have until 31 March (Jan. – March. is the first full quarter) to reach your first £276 in sales (300CSV) to renew for Apr. – June.
If you want to continue your membership and keep receiving a discount, you only need to meet the quarterly minimum. To break it down it’s only £92 a month, and your own purchases count towards your minimums too.
There’s no penalty to drop! If you reach £276 in sales by the end of the first full Stampin’ Up! quarter you renew your demonstrator discounts and benefits for another quarter. If you don’t reach this minimum you will “drop”, with no penalty.
The starter kit completely customisable, so you can select items you know you will use. For just 129 €/£99, you get:
– Your choice of up to 175 €/£130 worth of any current Stampin’ Up! products!
– A business supply pack valued at60 €/£45! That’s a total value of 235 €/£175!
– That’s a total value of 235 €/£175!
If you are ready to join, click the image below and you will be in only a few minutes…
If you thinking about joining but have a few questions please contact me and I will help you out.