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Extra, Extra! Starter Kit Promotion

If you love creativity and Stampin’ Up! products, then chances are you have a wish list a mile long and visions of the projects you want to create floating through your head or pinned to your idea boards.  I have a newsflash on an awesome deal for you:  Join my team and you can get Extra, Extra!

What’s that mean? It means, from July 1 until August 31, when you sign up as a new demonstrator you will receive an additional $30 to put toward bonus products in your Starter Kit. PLUS, you’ll receive a $10 coupon code the following month.

One of the unique and cool things about Stampin’ Up!’s Demonstrator Starter Kit is that it’s completely customizable! Build your Starter Kit your way! For just $99, you get:

* Your choice of up to $155 (normally $125) worth of any current Stampin’ Up! products!
* A business supply pack

That’s a total value of $205 (normally $175)!

Whether you want a discount on products you love, want to share your creative side, or earn a paycheck, you can make Stampin’ Up! work for you! Find out more at my web site or contact me to chat about it.

 

Be Your Own Craft Store

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RISK FREE DISCOUNTS

Do you like sharing your creative ideas or getting a discount on your favorite stamping supplies?

The Starter Kit is an excellent value- especially during Stampin’ Up! Sale-a-Bration: Choose $175 in Stampin’ Up! products for only $99! If you are like me, you’ll choose the second option for our exclusive Craft & Carry Tote (while supplies last!)

If you don’t think demonstrating is for you,  joining to get the discount on your personal purchases is a great benefit. You can enjoy a discount of 20% or more on all future orders. Whether you join to share creativity, hold workshops and earn money, or get a great discount on your orders, we have options. .

PICK YOUR OPTION

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AMAZING VALUE!

So let’s recap – For only $99:

Choose up to $175 of any Stampin’ Up! products of your choice for your kit. Choose from current catalogs, bundles, and Clearance Rack.

Upgrade your kit to include the Craft & Carry Tote with Option #2 while supplies last.

20% discount! Enjoy a minimum of a 20% demonstrator discount every day.

Free Shipping! The starter kit ships FREE for another 10% savings.

No risk! You’ll have through the end of your first full quarter to “test drive” demonstrator discounts and benefits.

No penalty! If you reach $300 in sales by the end of your first full quarter, you automatically remain active for another quarter. If you don’t reach $300 in sales, you can “drop” with no penalty, and you keep everything from your Starter Kit.

No catch! There’s no obligation to hold workshops or parties, sell products to others or personally purchase anything beyond the kit.

IT’S AN AMAZING VALUE!

CUSTOMIZE YOUR KIT

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Fold-Flat Box

I have a great excuse for being MIA over the past 6 weeks: WE MOVED! Just to a new house in the same city, but downsizing was a big effort (one that we are continuing to work at…hoping I will be able to park in the garage before Halloween!)

July has TWO awesome promotions ~ I’ll share them with you just in time to take advantage of either or both:

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Each Monday in July, I’ve been sharing ways to use Designer Series Paper in your crafting on my Facebook Live Lunchtime Crafting broadcast! Today I showed how to create this amazing Flat-Fold Box:

WARNING: You won’t be able to stop with just one box: These are addicting to make and you’ll want to make a whole bunch to have on hand to pop open and put together when you need them!

Along the long side, the score lines are at 1-3/4″, 5″, 6-3/4″ and 10″
Along the short end, score at 1-3/4″ and 6-3/4″

I used the Tropical Escape DSP for the top of the box and the Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set:

You can mix and match Designer Series Paper during the sale so you can stock up on pretty patterns to compliment all your paper crafting.

Finally, how would you like to choose $192* in Stampin’ Up! products for just $99?

That’s what you get when you join my Stampin’ Team in July!

* $125 in products plus a collection of 10 ink pads

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Come join me: BOTH offers end at 11:59 MST on July 31, 2018 so there’s no time to waste!

Get Togethers & Card Starters

I’m blessed to have so many great friends on my Stampin’ Team and in August, some of us met up for lunch and stamping one Saturday:

Swapping ideas is a staple activity at any meeting, but we chose to exchange “Card Starters” this time: Some crafters call them card candy, but they are just small focal points you use on a greeting card and I’m sharing a few of them today.

Mary McGill used this Adirondack chair from the Seasonal Layers thinlit dies, which captures the last sunset of summer in perfect form. Used on three different cards, it’s fun to see how a card starter can inspire many different ideas!

Next is Chelle Scott’s gorgeous version of “Deck the Halls” from the Carols of Christmas stamp set: The layer of Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper catches your eye when you see it in person and no matter which way you look at it, it’s a fabulous focal point for a Christmas card.

Mine was a simple label from the Merry Little Label bundle in the new Holiday Catalog, punched and layered on a silver glimmer paper layer. I love how the new Everyday Label punch layers beautifully on the Lots of Labels Thinlits dies.

While my Stampin’ Team is named “Sprinkled Ink”, we have a larger group that meets together in person and online called “Stitched Stampers” which encompasses demonstrators in the Utah area and beyond: We include any demonstrators (and potential demonstrators) who would like to work on their business with like-minded, positive and uplifting folks and there is always room at our table for more stampin’ friends.  Join my team anytime!

Check back for more card starter samples soon…

25 Ways in 25 Days: Anniversary Giveaway!

25 Years with SU!Gas was $1.05 a gallon. Cartoon Network had just started broadcasting and Bill Clinton became President of the United States (I’m not implying they were connected, but???) I had just given birth to my second child (a son) and was looking for a way to connect and have conversations with other adults, so when my husband ran into LaVonne Crosby as they each took children to the church foyer to calm down and she happened to have a catalog in her car of the company she and her sister had started, my Stampin’ Up! career began!

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At the time, Stampin’ Up! carried mostly rubber stamps from other companies with a few they manufactured themselves with a choice between foam mounted rubber or wood blocks. Rainbow stamp pads were extremely popular and we only offered WHITE paper products to stamp on!

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To celebrate my 25 years with Stampin’ Up! I’ll be sharing fun facts, playing games, giving away prizes here on the blog, on my Facebook Page and on my Instagram, so connect with me and play along!

Let’s kick off this party by continuing to stroll down memory lane:

Comment with *your* major accomplishment of 1992 ~OR~ the name of one of the stamp companies Stampin’ Up! used to carry in their catalogs!

You could win the nostalgic “Golden Rule Days” stamp set (a very popular stamp set from our past) just in time to celebrate BACK TO SCHOOL. Winner announced August 30th.

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Ready to start your own Stampin’ Up! adventure?

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Girl~ You are Fabulous!

My friend and teammate Amy *is* pretty fabulous (just check out her work on Lilypadstamper.com to see for yourself) and just promoted to SILVER, so it is time to recognize her complete awesomeness…how nice that TGIFChallenges made the #tgifc121 theme this week all about her!

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And with a sassy finger-snap, I fancified this card to be included with a gift to recognize her marvelous achievement:

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Of course, I added a little SILVER bling to commemorate the occasion and make it extraordinary. The Label Frame is a sneak peek at the “Labels to Love” set coming in the Holiday Catalog on September 1st, and coordinates with a new punch! Together, they look lovely layered on top of the Lots of Labels Framelits, don’t they?

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If you are cutting the card stock in half to create a card, you may as well make TWO cards, so I have another waiting in the wings for the next team member who promotes~ It’s such a delight to see my Sprinkled Ink Stampin’ Family progress and promote, and there is always room at our table for friends to join our team
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Christmas Comes Early This Year!

Christmas is only 166 days away! If you left your lights up from last year, there is no need to take them down now, because we are closer to the holidays than we are away from them. At Stampin’ Up!, we are also celebrating a little earlier this year:

When you join my team this month, you choose $125 in Stampin’ Up! product and get a $50 business starter pack for just $99…AND a free “Essentials Gift Pack” consisting of  Paper Snips, Snail Adhesive, Grid Paper, a Bone Folder and two D Clear Blocks…

But wait! There’s more! You also receive the Carols of Christmas stamp set ~ a pre-release from the Holiday Catalog!

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All of those amazing bonuses are an additional $72 value and will help you start your business (or your hobby) off to a great start. It’s totally risk free: You can buy the starter kit and try it out, and if you like it, you can make it your business!

One of the perks of being a demonstrator is getting “first looks” at new products and the opportunity to order them before anyone else. But here’s a little secret: In August, customers will be able to order the Carols of Christmas stamp set or Bundle too! July is a great time to prepare for that pre-order opportunity because of BONUS DAYS:

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This is a card I created that would be simple to re-create with items you can choose in your starter kit and the Carols of Christmas stamp set:

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To achieve a ombre look on the sentiment, I inked the top half of the stamp (DECK) in Real Red and the bottom half (HALLS) in Old Olive, then I used a sponge dauber to add Cherry Cobbler ink to the bottom of DECK and Garden Green was sponged at the bottom of HALLS:

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