Based in Bodelwyddan, near Rhyl and covering North Wales, North West, Cheshire, and parts of Lancashire, Shropshire and Derbyshire
Getting the chance to come and visit you and your friends in your home is the best part about being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. I have been known to hold parties in pubs, village halls, and even a hen party in an apartment block in the middle of Manchester, but my ultimate goal is to show you the beauty of Stampin’ Up! products in the environment you’re most comfortable with.
Simply put, you invite some friends, we get together and craft around a table.
I’ll demonstrate one of my favourite techniques, and then we will ALL get together and make a project that will mean you and all your guests get to take something home.
It could be a card, a box, a gift pouch, or even some stationery, I’m easy, I’m flexible, and I want you to be happy with the type of party you’re hosting.
And because you’re the person hosting the party and inviting people, you get some pretty fine rewards.
Based on sales (shown below in the image), you can get a minimum of £25 to spend on exclusive hostess products (or main catalogue products, the choice is yours), if your party sales are more than £300 you will be able to buy at least one product from the catalogue for half price. The full set of markers perhaps (on my personal wishlist!) or a big shot?
Having a party isn’t exclusively for seasoned crafters, it could be the perfect opportunity for you to invite the friend over who talks about making handmade gifts, but hasn’t quite ventured out there yet. Perhaps that person is you, and you’ve never quite known where to start with a craft project.
The whole essence behind a Stampin’ Up! party is that it’s a party for you, to show you the products, to show you how to create a beautiful project and for me, well, a lovely way to get to know other people who also delight in beautiful papers and inks.
I hope you’ll consider it, and please do either email me firstname.lastname@example.org or ring/text me on 07957 285274
Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator