I cannot explain how much my decision to join Stampin' Up! has changed my life in a relatively short space of time. I joined for the discount and have stayed for the friendships and the experiences that have been gained along the way. I have had so much fun and I would love to have you join my growing team of Songbird Stampers and experience that for yourself.
Become a Songbird Stamper
What's this about a discount?
Well... when you decide to join this wonderful family of stampers, you start getting a 20% net discount on all of your goodies! How amazing is that? Then when you hit a certain amount of sales (or personal purchases) this goes up to 25%. Now who doesn't want that?
The starter kit
The starter kit is what you get when you join up. You will receive £130 worth of product of your choice, for just £99. You can buy things from any of the current catalogues and what you get really does decide on what you want. This is such a fantastic deal that it's hard to resist really.
What else do you get?
In addition to the starter kit you will get a business supplies pack when you join Stampin' Up!, in case you did want to share the joy of Stampin' Up! with others. It includes catalogues, invitation postcards and order forms. You also get free shipping on this order as an added bonus! I would say there are too many perks for me to write down, but I will put a few of my favourite below...
- Access to a demonstrator only Facebook group for crafting inspiration
- Early visibility of upcoming catalogues and promotions
- Early ordering of new and exciting products
- Invitation to exclusive events where you can meet fellow demonstrators and craft together
- Stamp and Share sessions with our team, every two months
- A fantastic rewards programme where you can earn free goodies and money off products!
This is just a summary of some of the perks of joining my team, but if you want to know more, please do get in touch.
There are a few commonly asked questions which are quite easy to answer, so I have noted a few below to help you understand what it is all about.
What is a Demonstrator?
A demonstrator is a name given to people who have decided to join Stampin' Up! and taken advantage of these great deals. It doesn't mean you have to hold classes, or host parties, it really is just a name!
Can I leave once I have joined?
Absolutely! In fact I know a lot of people who do just this, because they don't want to keep 'active'. Basically, all that you do to leave is... nothing. You can formally resign if you wish, but you don't have to, you just sit back, relax, and drop off the radar. Oh, and the best bit? You can always rejoin in the future, if you want to!
What if I do want to remain active?
In order to keep all of the benefits of being a demonstrator there are minimum quarterly spends to achieve. It is around £280 each 3 months, which a lot of people find can be achievable by themselves, or by selling a few bits to friends and family. If you achieve this target, then you get to stay! Yay!
Do I have to run it as a business?
Not at all... there are thousands of demonstrators out there who are just doing it as a hobby, so don't worry about that, but the support is there if you did want to turn it into a business, now or in the future.
What have been your best moments of being a Demonstrator?
I have grown so much as a person in the last few years. I have transformed from a very quiet and shy person to someone who is more than happy to produce a video and upload it to YouTube for the world to see. I have also learnt so much about crafting, technology and running a business too, but mainly I have loved going to some awesome events and getting to know some even more awesome people. If you want to learn a little more about my journey, why not visit my About Me page for more information.
How do I join?
If you have read this far, I am assuming that you are interested in joining my team, the Songbird Stampers. The easiest way to do this is to follow the following link, which will take you to the Independent Demonstrator Agreement (IDA). This is basically the terms and conditions of becoming a demonstrator. From here, once you have agreed it, you can get choosing the products that you would like in your starter kit. It really is as easy as that!