Well to cut a long story short I have been a stamper for a few years now and have always had quite an eclectic mix of styles and designs using many products and suppliers along the way. I started with Stampin Up because their quality was so good whether it be ink pads, papers, or stamp sets and their dies well they are to die for lol. So it didn't take much to persuade me to become a demonstrator again. Well thre was one thing. A starter kit of £160 of stash ( absolutely anything from any of their current catalogues) for only £99. Yes basically £61 pounds worth of loveliness for free. Oh and they throw in £45 worth of catalogues order forms etc for free too. Sounds too good to be true? Not at all it is a fab way to buy Stampin Up products and my great big bundle arrived yesterday.
Stampin Up is so good that you can become a demonstrator as a hobbiest or to start a lucrative business. I don't know yet which way I will go but if I get lots of orders then who know where it will take me.
So my journey begins and I hope you will follow me as I continue to post photos and ideas over the coming months of some of the lovely products from Stampin Up which I will be using.
And .... If you want to join me on my journey and become a demonstrator too and be part of my team then just get in contact email@example.com If you just fancy having a nosey and finding out more about Stampin Up or want to order anything then just find me Jane Allmark on the demonstrator finder on their website. You can only buy Stampin Up products through a demonstrator which makes it a kind of fabulous exclusive club and yes their quality is second to none. Trust me I have tried many different products but have always been impressed with Stampin Up.
So follow my blog and see what I'm so excited about. Yippee skippee