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So you want to join Stampin’ Up! Perhaps? Let’s find out more!

So you want to join Stampin’ Up! Perhaps? Let’s find out more!

Welcome Cards for my new Stampin' Up! Team!

If you’re interested in becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, follow these easy steps once you’re on my Stampin Up website (Click here to go there now):

  1. Click on the Join Now image to the right 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 £130 (175 €) worth of products to create your own custom Starter Kit, allowing you to start your business, your way!
  4. PS, Credit Card also means Debit Card….!

If you love crafting, and want to make it pay for itself, but want to work at your own pace, want to work hours that you set yourself, and without any pressure of targets, then Stampin’ Up is the perfect opportunity for you. You choose your own career path, you may want to do many or on only a few parties. You may not want to do any at all. You may even want to be your own customer and hostess!

It’s a wonderful opportunity to get top class products and share your love for them with other people. Unlike other companies, the starter kit is COMPLETELY customiseable. You choose what YOU want in it.

There are so many different ways you can make Stampin’ Up! work for you, that you needn’t feel any pressure. There are no hard targets set by the company, all you need to do is sell £270 worth of retail sales every 3 calendar months to remain active. (does not include the quarter you join in, you do get some breathing space to settle in first!)

And for  £99 (129 €) you get to choose up to £130 (175 €) , £160/€220 plus a business pack (order forms, catalogues, flyers, the essentials to start your business!) Yay, we do love Sale a Bration to get boosted Starter Kits! That’s sooooo much more for no extra outlay! And free postage too!

It doesn’t matter if you’re in the UK, Austria, France, Germany or The Netherlands, we are a fully international team (affectionately known as The Pootlers!) and expanding every day!

And what do you get from me?

As much or as little as you want!  Every person joins Stampin’ Up! for different reasons. I will never push you to do something you’re not interested in, but equally, if you want hands on training, then I’m here for you every step of the way.

I’ve been the Number 1 Selling and Recruiting (mentoring!) Demonstrator every year that I’ve been an active demonstrator, and I love to share what I do and how I do it.

I have a large team and we have a private facebook group that is a remarkable resource for ideas, inspiration, support and so much more.

I post regular training and inspiration videos into our team group around twice a week and it’s brilliant to see the team actioning the activities, whether business related or crafting fun!

You may have noticed the ‘Downline Blog‘ header at the top. Well that’s an exclusive section of my site that is just for the team and has great resources in it.

I cannot promise you the world and a business on a plate, but I can promise you support however you need it. Encouragement at all stages. And where necessary, a boot up the bum if that’s what you want!

Everyone who joins the team gets a welcome pack and I love to send them.  But the goodies don’t stop there. Every month I send out nearly 50 recognition gift packs to the team for their achievements and of course, spot surprise parcels.

I fully believe in sharing what I love to do, and in the time that I’ve been with Stampin’ Up! I’ve connected with demonstrators around the world and made firm friends. Never has the world felt so small and so accessible, and what’s so incredible as that we all share our ideas and tips with one another, whether we’re in the same country or not.

So I do hope you have a think about joining Stampin’ Up! and of course, my team too!

If you’re interested in becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, follow these easy steps once you’re on my Stampin Up website (Click here to go there now):

  1. Click on the Join Now image to the right 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 £130 (175 €) worth of products to create your own custom Starter Kit, allowing you to start your business, your way!
  4. PS, Credit Card also means Debit Card….!

Once you’ve completed the above steps, Stampin’ Up! will send you a password so you can log in to the demonstrator Web Site where you’ll find an abundance of tips, ideas, and training to help you. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me at sam@pootlespapercraft.co.uk or 07957 285274

Sam x

Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrator

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Comments

  1. gina mcveigh says:

    I am seriously thinking about joining but I’m not sure if I will have enough interest off people to make the £270 every 3 months. I have a health problem so I cant work so doing parties just wont be me, I wouldn’t be able to do classes either. Since I have found Stampin Up through Pootles I just ❤ it, the way everything co ordinates with each other, videos I watch and think Wow how stunning is that. I know the offer is only on till 31st March but I’m in such a dilemma, I would really luke to give it a go. Have you got any advice for me that will maybe help me make a decision at last. Thanks Gina xxx

    • Hi Gina, I hope you don’t mind me butting in but I just felt the need to say something.
      Basically you have nothing to lose! You can join today and get all the fantastic benefits and even if you don’t find yourself able to meet the next quarter, you will have lost nothing! Although I am sure Sam would have great ideas on how to meet your quarterly sales

    • Oh boy, here we go. This is exactly what I fear will happen once the Mayor leaves. I honestly don’t get what the liberals think will happen to the City if we go back in time to the 1980′s and early 1982s#9240;&. Do they not recall the mess the City was then? Oh boy…..

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