Saturday, October 1, 2011

FREE Big Shot

Oh MY – Stampin’ Up! is treating new demonstrators to either a FREE BigShot or merchandise up to $100 if signed up during October 2011

free big shot_mine

If you're interested in becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and join my team “Operation Inky Paws”, follow these easy steps:

  1. Go to my Stampin’ Up! site, click on the Join Now image to the left to join Stampin' Up!
  2. Read and agree to the Independent Demonstrator Agreement.
  3. Purchase your Starter Kit-there are two great options!
    • The $175 Standard Starter Kit contains over $310 worth of stamping and business supplies!
    • The $175 Digital + Starter Kit contains over $320 worth of stamping and business supplies, including the all-new My Digital Studio software.

New recruits may substitute a Textured Impressions Embossing Folder ($7.95 or less; see pages 218-219) for the Always Bird D├ęcor Elements (p. 233) that comes standard in the Starter Kit

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. Approximately one hour after you complete your online IDA, you’ll also receive an email that will explain how to order your FREE Big Shot or up to $100 in Stampin’ Up! products—tax and shipping are free!

I do hold monthly meetings with my local downline girls where we exchange ideas, learn from one another  and stamp. I also send out monthly emails with project information and have little rewards system going on. For my long distance girls this all holds true as well, but since they can’t be present at meetings we include them in the swap if wanted so they can get new ideas as well and build their project display. We have lots of fun… why don’t you join us and get paid for loving what you do… I would be honored to have you! Please let me know if you have questions…

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