I want to write today about a fabulous promotion that you can take advantage of when you Join Stampin’ Up! today. But it isn’t so much the promotion that I want to focus on, if that makes sense! There are so many wonderful opportunities as a member of the Stampin’ Up! family and it is those that my mind goes to when I think of writing this post.
But we’ll start with the offer, because I think most ‘demonstrators’ join for the discount – I know I certainly did!!
During the month of May our normal ‘joining offer’ has had a boost, you can now get £154 worth of product for just £99, with free shipping and a free business supplies pack (catalogues and order forms). That’s a whopping 35% discount on your wishlist!! And to top that, you then get a 20% discount (before tax) on all of your future orders too.
So what’s the catch? Well there isn’t really one! If you just placed one order, grabbed this amazing discount and then never placed an order again, that would be absolutely fine, both with me and with Stampin’ Up! too. You just drop off the radar after your ‘trial period’ of around three months.
You don’t need to run classes, hold parties, do demonstrations or anything like that, unless you want to, of course.. The choice really is yours, no pressure, no worries.
But if you want to keep getting a discount and keep all the other benefits of being a demonstrator you do need to keep up the quarterly ‘minimums’. This is basically a quarterly spend that entitles you to be part of this amazing family, and it is currently around £270 a quarter, that’s £90 a month.
For more information, or to join Stampin’ Up! today, please visit the Join Stampin’ Up! page for more details.
So, whether you want to make new friends, grab yourself an amazing special offer or turn your hobby into a business that pays for itself, like I have done, why not join my team of Songbird Stampers today and see where this wonderful journey will take you.
That’s all I think, but if you do have any questions at all, you know where I am, I would love to answer them for you. Remember, there is no such thing as a silly question!
Until next time, Happy Stamping xx
Interested in learning more about using Alcohol Markers?
I will be running another Stampin’ Blends Course later this year, probably starting in August and running for four lessons, one every six weeks. We will cover things such as basic blending and shading, no-line colouring, using pencils and markers together, creating skin tones and many other techniques too. To find out more, visit https://thesongbirdstamper.co.uk/stampin-blends-alcohol-marker-course/
If you would like more information about this course, please fill in the form below and I will gladly be in touch in the not too distant future with more details.