Would you like to become a demonstrator and have the opportunity to share your love of all things crafty and at the same time receive discounts and incentives.

I love being a part of the Stampin’ Up team – not just for the joy of sharing what I love, but also because of the friendships I have made. I would love to welcome you as a member of my team and to be able to include you in my family of happy Stampin’ Up demonstrators that I call my Duckie Downlines.

Is crafting a big part of your life? Wouldn’t you love to earn money while doing something you enjoy? How about the convenience of setting your own hours? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then Stampin’ Up! is the perfect opportunity for you.

You may have some questions….

  1. How much does it cost?

Your starter kit costs £99. For that, you can choose up to £130 of product from any current catalogue. Stampin’ Up have created a suggested list, but the choice of product is entirely up to you and you can tailor it depending on what you already have and what you want to do as a demonstrator.

If you want to, you can book a party and use your stampin’ rewards towards your starter kit.

  1. What do Stampin’ Up require from me?

If you are going to continue as a demonstrator beyond your first full quarter, then you will need to place orders totalling around £270 at catalogue prices, every quarter. These orders can be items from your personal wishlist; supplies for projects you sell; supplies for classes; orders from customers; gifts you buy for others…. anything except business supplies (e.g. catalogues, order forms).

If at any time you decide that you no longer are able to continue as a demonstrator, there will be no requests to return product or any penalties from Stampin’ Up. You will always be welcomed as a valued customer by me and able to attend my classes and to place orders with me.

  1. Can I really make money at this?

Yes, you certainly can. How much you earn depends on how much time you want to put into it. You can just use your discount to help fund your hobby, or you can build a full time business – or anywhere in between. Some demonstrators run events and classes. Some create projects that they sell. Others run their business completely online with blogs and you tube videos. Your business is shaped by you, your interests and your dreams.

You get commission on your sales, whether they are for yourself or others. This starts at 20%, but rises to 25% as you progress.

As you build your business you can also earn money on the volume of product you sell and commissions on your team’s sales.

If you run classes, either in person or online, you can collect class fees.

  1. Do I have to recruit and build a team?

It certainly isn’t mandatory, but why would you not want to share something you love. If you are looking to build a business, it is something you will probably want to consider at some point, but you never have to do any of it alone.

  1. If I want to run events, how do I know what to do?

Whatever you decide to do as part of your business, you are never alone, there is always lots of help, support and guidance.

  • As your upline, I would always be on hand to support and encourage you. I have a Facebook page for my team where we can share ideas and motivate each other. I also organise team gatherings. If you are not close enough to meet up in person, then we can get together by phone, skype or Facebook live. So many options.
  • Demonstrator support is Stampin’ Up’s team of people who are at the end of a phone or email to answer questions and support you.
  • Succeed Weekly, is the email that Stampin’ Up sends out to every demonstrator, every Tuesday, with updated information and ideas and projects.
  • Stampin’ Success is the magazine that Stampin’ Up sends out to all its demonstrators every quarter, with lots of ideas, stories from demonstrators around the world and tips.
  • There is a demonstrator website which is your go to place for ordering, up to date information, your reports on how your business is performing and lots of online training.
  • There are lots of Facebook pages, you tube videos, pinterest pages and these can all help you with ideas and planning.
  • Twice a year you will be invited to “On Stage,” which are conventions where you can meet up with lots of other demonstrators, receive training and see new products.
  1. How do I sign up?

You can sign up online, either by yourself, or I will happily talk you through it.

If you would like to arrange a time where we can have a conversation about the opportunities joining my team could offer you, then do get in touch.

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If you are ready to join my team now then follow these easy steps:

  1. Click here to join Stampin’ Up!
  2. Read and agree to the Independent Demonstrator Agreement.
  3. Purchase your Starter Kit. The online form will prompt you to choose up to 175 €/£130 worth of products to create your own custom Starter Kit, allowing you to start your business, your way!

Once you’ve completed the above steps, Stampin’ Up! will send you a password so you can log in to the demonstrator website where you’ll find an abundance of tips, ideas, and training to help you.