Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Is this the right time for you?

Is there ever a right time to do anything? Well, if you have been thinking about joining Stampin' Up! now is the right time. For my money the Starter Kit has always been good value at £139 but from 12 March through to 25 March there will be a further 10% discount which brings it down to an incredible £125.00.

Personally, I've never been one to rush a decision - but I do recognise good value for money when it comes along. The Stampin' Up! Starter Kit falls into that category - the total worth of the kit, if bought individually, would be approx £240 and the great thing about it is there is the flexibility to tailor it to your individual needs regarding stamp sets and the colours of inks and papers - I know, I changed my selection to reflect my taste in both stamp sets and colours, for instance, I chose the Rich Regals colour family rather than the Bold Brights.

So if you have been wondering about joining SU please give this offer serious consideration but do keep in mind that it is a limited offer which will not be available after 25 March - to help you here are some of the reasons that prompted me to join ahead of time - yes, I was 'thinking' about it too and on track to join on 1 April but I came in early to take advantage of the Sale-a-bration promotion in February - perhaps this promotion will be the one that helps you to make the decision I did - and come in early!!

Becoming a demonstrator has given me the opportunity to:

  • craft with high quality products.
  • benefit from a 20% discount on net sales made during workshops, those from direct customer sales and my own personal sales.
  • receive an amazing 30% discount on my first qualifying order as it was made within 45 days of joining - this one really helped to boost my stash.
  • share my hobby with others making new friends along the way.
  • buy all the latest crafty products ahead of general release.

Stampin' Up! will give you these same benefits and more depending on the type of demo you would like to be - remember you can join as a hobby demo to simply enjoy your craft or as a career demo who sees Stampin' Up! as a way of tailoring a business to fit in with a busy home life - and there are many varied levels inbetween because, rest assured, Stampin' Up! can accommodate all of us no matter how modest or ambitious our individual dreams may be.

Thank you for reading this far - it perhaps seems a lot to take on board but it's all good - and there are bound to be questions that have not been addressed in this short post - so please contact me I'll always do my utmost to answer any queries you may have.

I'll keep this post at the top just to remind you what a fab opportunity this is - just scroll down a little further for the latest crafty offering!


1 comment:

  1. Hi Bridgette

    Glad you and Lou enjoyed the show, I did too.

    I am seriously thinking about joining Stampin'Up as a Demonstrator, have been for a while, that's why I would have loved to come along to Lou's party. Never mind though maybe next time. Anyway, I'm thinking of joining in the summer when I've been made redundant from my job. I'm just far too busy to do it before, what with my son's wedding plans, and other comittments. I finish my day job on April 23rd, so if Louise has another party after that I'd be most interested....there's nothing like pushing yourself forward is there, lol.

    Take care

    Hugs Debbie xx


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