Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator? Do you have to be crafty? Do you have to be good at designing? Do you have to love Stampin’ Up! Products? Well, no, you don’t have to be crafty or good at designing but it would help if you loved Stampin’ Up! products. Some people join just for the discount. There are lots of reasons to join the Stampin’ Up! family. Let me know your reason.
This month is a wonderful time to join my team. In addition to being able to select items for you starter kit you will also get to choose one of 12 handpicked bundles being offered in the new Mini Catalog as a “free” extra. Now that is something to sit up and take notice of! If I wasn’t already a demonstrator, this bonus would probably be what convinced me to give it a try. I’m a sucker for “free” things especially when they could be worth up to $60. Wow!
By signing up on my team, you’ll get 3 months to test drive all the perks of being a demonstrator and see if it is a perfect fit for you. I would be happy to answer any questions you have about this opportunity. Joining in September would make me extra happy for three reasons: 1) it’s my birthday month and gaining a new team member would be a super delightful birthday present. 🙂 2) I set a 6 month goal that I haven’t reached and your signing up would help me meet that goal. 3) I know that you’ll LOVE being a demonstrator as much as I do. Sharing what I love makes me happy.
You can click here to find out more information about joining my team, the Fine Feathers. We will happily welcome you with open wings and show you the ropes (and the flight patterns). Don’t forget that this special offer is only good until the end of September. Take your crafting to new heights by signing up. 🙂
You probably wanted to see a card, I know that I always want to see card creations when I go to a blog. This card is one that we made last weekend during one of the September Card Workshops. It was a huge favorite from the 4 cards we made.
It uses Misty Moonlight and Basic White card stock, Nature’s Harvest stamp set, Scallop Contours Dies, White Embossing Powder, Versa mark, and Basic Pearl Jewels. The background was created using the background stamp from the set and was stamped as well as stamped off. The sentiment also came from the Nature’s Harvest set and was trimmed along the bottom edge with Paper Snips.
It’s a very simple and quick card to create but it offers a very elegant looked. Why not give it a try. (If you happen to have any left over Pretty Peacock paper and ink, it also looks lovely in that color as well).