Monday, October 7, 2013

It's a Family Thing

It's no secret that I'm a very proud Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  I love the company and I love what it has brought into my life.  The products are great, don't get me wrong, they're the best on the market as far as I'm concerned, but being a part of this company is so much more than that.  It's a family.  Yes it sounds cheesy and yes it's corny too, but it's the truth.  

When I started with Stampin' Up! I signed up to get the starter kit.  I had no intention of selling a single thing, ever.  Then I did a craft class with some ladies from work.  Then a did a few more.  Slowly those ladies became my friends more than my coworkers.  Then I decided, hey let's get this thing really going.  So I started a Stamp Club.  I've had many rounds of Stamp Club and some of those original ladies are still stamping with me every month.  Over the years I've met so many amazing ladies and as I spend more and more time stamping and creating with them they've become my friends.  

Then there's my upline and my personal team members.  These are some of my very closest relationships.  These ladies are so near and dear to my heart.  It really is a family.  We share our creations with one another on my team facebook page.  We are often up chatting late with one another online as we wait for a new catalogue to be released.  And best of all, we are all there for one another.  Many of my team members are what some call a 'hobby demonstrator' - someone who loves Stampin' Up! and becomes a demonstrator to receive a discount.  A few are 'part-time demonstrators' who hold a class or workshop here and there, but who have full time jobs or families that take up the majority of their time.  

So to wrap up this very long post I'd like to invite you to join this fabulous, fun, creative, rewarding family.  

From October 7 (today) - October 21 you can join the Stampin' Up! family for only $25.  You can read more about the demonstrator opportunity HERE and go HERE to sign up today.  

Happy Stampin'

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