Saturday, January 9, 2010

Do you want it all?

That title sure describes me!  I am one of those people who want it all... all of the awesome new Stampin' Up products that is!  ;)  I am so excited about the new Occasions mini catalog that just went active on Tuesday!!!  Just when I think that there can't be anything else new and exciting out there to stir my creativity, Stampin' Up does it again!   Not only are they offering additional fresh new hostess sets that can be earned, they also added an adorable mini milk carton die for the Big Shot and heart-shaped treat cups along with two new coordinating stamp sets (one for each of the different shaped cups)!   There is a new stamp set of accessories for Build-a-Bear... the Beary Best Friends can have some Beary Best Times!  Since Stampin' Up didn't want the Bigz die cut Build-a-Bear to feel left out, there are new holiday Sizzlets accessory dies for them, too.  (What respectable bear doesn't want to be ready for Valentine's Day and Easter?!)   Now, as if all of those items aren't enough, the Simply Adorned jewelry choices have increased and are ready for ordering, too!  Like I said, I want it ALL!!!

Now that I have wet your appetite and tempted you to take a closer look at all of the new Stampin' Up products, I suspect you are wondering how you can possibly afford to "have it all".  Well, I have a proposition for you!   Sign up as an independent Stampin' Up demonstrator!!!   You are probably thinking "Why would I want to do that???" 

--Did you know that Stampin' Up is offering the Demonstrator Starter Kit at a 15% discount during Sale-a-Bration? 

--Did you know that when you sign up to be an independent demonstrator during Sale-a-Bration you can also choose an additional stamp set for FREE (valued up to $47.95)? 

--Did you know that as an independent Stampin' Up demonstrator you receive 20% off of every order you place? 

--Did you know that the starter kit can be customized with alternate stamp sets and ink colors? 

--Did you know that there are even two versions of the starter kit to choose from:  standard and digital? 

--Did you know that the standard kit has a value of over $335  if all of the items were ordered individually?

--Did you know that as an independent demonstrator you get to see and purchase new Stampin' Up! products first, have access to myriad of project ideas on the Demonstrator Web Site and in the monthly Stampin' Success magazine, and receive an invitation to Stampin' Up! events, where you can learn from fellow successful demonstrators and Stampin' Up! staff?

Now I hope you are thinking "Hey, that sounds like a good deal!"  I sure did!  The reasons I joined Stampin' Up as an independent demonstrator were stated in the questions above... a discount, FREE items, previews of the new products, and the opportunity to go to the annual Stampin' Up convention.  I liked Stampin' Up's artwork and was already spending the quarterly minimum of $300 needed to stay active as a demonstrator when I was a customer.

I've created the following graphic using My Digital Studio to highlight the current Stampin' Up recruiting special: 

If you would like more information about the benefits of becoming an independent Stampin' Up demonstrator, visit my Demonstrator Business Website here:  stampngrl

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