I had the Stampin’ Up set, Hand Drawn Bundle, and hadn’t touched it in 4 months. It is on page 23 of our big catalog and is a L3 hostess set. It has 4 stamps, DSP and rub-ons in chocolate and white. I grabbed some sheets of Baja Breeze, some leftover pieces of white organza ribbon and the striped paper and made these in under an hour. I’ll admit they aren’t works of art but it sure was fun to get a whole bunch done fast!
Have you been a hostess lately?
I used to hesitate calling it a party since I was never one to host Tupperware, jewelry or candle parties. I didn’t want to force my friends to buy from me and sit back while I get the free stuff!
I’ve changed my mind over the years as the at-home party business has grown. Let’s face it – these companies offer superior products. Tupperware is top notch with an amazing you-can-blow-it-up and STILL get a refund policy. I had a necklace I bought 5 years ago from Premiere and the chain broke. The necklace was long since retired and they still replaced it with something almost the same – no receipt!
Stampin’ Up is no exception – excellent quality, great value and you get a demonstrator to show you how to use all the stuff you buy! The craft stores may be less expensive for some items, but try finding one of the clerks to come to your house and show you how to use it! (no dig to the clerks – they are awesome but can only help while you are there)
Having a free workshop or PARTY is loads of fun and you can earn free stamps like these with sales from your show. It’s a win, win – your friends will learn how to rubber stamp and have a great time all at the same time. YOU get to pick free goodies from the Stampin’ Up catalog!
If you are one of my local customers reading this, call me and get on my calendar to have a FREE workshop! I’ll bring all the stamps and supplies, you provide the friends. As a bonus this quarter, I’ll hand stamp all of your invitations to your friends! There is a new mini catalog and a special, too! Linda
If you are out of the state of Florida and need to find a demonstrator near you for your workshop, I know LOTS of good ones! You can email me or you can go to the Stampin’ Up website for the demonstrator locator.