Updated June 15, 2015
What do I need to know BEFORE I join?
1. You will need to have at least $300 in orders every quarter to remain a Demonstrator. The $300 only includes the merchandise price, not shipping or tax. Your orders also count towards the $300.
2. You will always get a 20% discount on the merchandise you buy. You will also pay:
~Shipping & handling (minium $6.95 or 10%)
~and tax (whatever your local tax is)
3. You can also earn Hostess Benefits if your order is $150 or more. You can also Host your own Workshop and receive the Hostess Benefits.
4. You will earn 20% Instant Income on every order you sell. ALWAYS collect the money BEFORE you place the order.
5. You can earn more if you sell more.
Put in as much time as you want depending on your current goals. You can change the time you spend as your personal circumstances change. Decide how much time you can work on your Stamping Business depending on your family’s schedule and activities. Even an hour a day can be enough.
I will help you with any questions or problems you have. I have recently started a Creative Corner Crafters Group Website and blog. Stampin’ Up! also has a Demonstrator Website with training and information to help you. I also have suggested things to do to get your Business off to a great start! How you run your Stamping Business is up to you! I will work with you to help meet your goals.
Make sure you have time to play with all your Stampin’ Up! toys…. oops, I mean supplies and tools. Encourage your family to play with you. Some will enjoy it, some won’t.
WHAT KIND OF DEMONSTRATOR WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE?
Hobby Demonstrator: You want to join Stampin’ Up! to get the discount and make a little money so you can keep buying all the fun things Stampin’ Up! has to offer. You have at least 1 event a quarter to help meet your $300 sales requirement.
Business Demonstrator: You want to make enough to help pay some bills OR you want to make this your Career and have your own thriving Stamping Business. You have between 2 and 8 events per month.
What are Events? Workshops (I like to call them “Make & Take Parties), Classes, Private Classes, and any others you want to have. Make them as simple or as involved as you want. This is your Business after all.
Would you like to read the Independent Demonstrator Agreement which you will need to sign? This also has Starter Kit information.
Remember, you can Contact me if you have any questions or concerns.