Here is the link to join my team:

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions  FAQ’s
How much does it cost to join?

The cost is $99 plus tax to join Stampin’ Up! and my team.  For your starter kit, you

get to choose up to $155 retail  during the month of JULY 2019
in your choice of products.
You can choose any products available for purchase, no limits or restrictions.

How do I join?

You can join my team by clicking on the link above.  Some things that will help make the process go smoother.

1) Before clicking the link, select the items that you want for your starter kit and have the item numbers handy. 

2) You can choose up to $155 retail in product during the month of JULY 2019 but the system will not allow you to go over that amount.

 I chose some inexpensive clearance items to get me as close to
the limit as possible.

3) Once you begin the agreement process , you will not have the option to save and

come back to finish. You must complete it all at once.

4) You will need your Social Security Number. This is so Stampin’ Up! can report

any earnings to the IRS. (You still need to provide this even if you don’t intend to

sell anything.)

5) You will need your bank account number and routing number. (This is so that

Stampin’ Up! can deposit any credits, bonuses, or commission that you might earn. You can also use it to make your purchases.)


How much do I have to sell/purchase to remain an active demonstrator?

You will need to sell and or purchase $300 each quarter (3months), that’s an average $100 a month. 

Something to note is that you will not have a sales quota to meet in the first quarter that you join. It isn’t until your first full quarter that you will need to meet the sales/purchase requirement to remain active.

Also, everything you sell/purchase in the quarter that you join counts towards your

first full quarters requirement.

  For example: you join in January. January, February and March is the quarter that you joined in so you don’t have to meet any sales/purchase quota in that quarter.

April, May and June is your first FULL quarter. So you will have until June 30th to meet your first sales/purchase requirement of $300. Anything that you purchased in January, February or March will also count towards that first sales/purchase requirement of $300 due by June 30th.


What happens if I don’t meet my quarterly sales/purchase quota?

If for some reason you are not able to meet your sales/purchase quota by the end of the quarter, you will be given an additional 30 days to catch up. If after the additional 30 days you have not met your sales/purchase requirements you will be dropped as a demonstrator.

If you are able to catch up in the additional 30 days you will still need to meet the sales/purchase quota for the new quarter.  Any sales/purchases that you make in the new quarter that help you to catch up for your previous quarter will not count towards the new quarter.

  For example: You are $100 short in meeting your sales/purchase quota for the quarter ending June 30th. You will then be given an extra 30 days, until July 30th to catch up. You sell/purchase $125 in the month of July. $100 of that will go towards catching up the previous quarters requirements and the remaining $25 will go towards the July, August, September quarter sales/purchase quota.


What happens if I am dropped as a demonstrator?   

If you are dropped as a demonstrator you can still rejoin the same team at anytime after being dropped. You will be given a new demonstrator number and will be required to purchase the starter kit again. You will be able to take advantage of any
joining specials that are in place at the time you rejoin.


What are the advantages of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator?

There are several advantages of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.

First, and most important to me, is that you will be a part of a team of crafters who share your love for paper crafting.  You will make new friends and have an outlet to share your creations and ideas.

As a demonstrator, you will get a first look at new products.  You will be able to purchase those products a month before regular customers.

You will get your demonstrator discount on all your retail purchases. Starting at 20% and can go up to as much as 40% depending on your sales and title advancements.

You will be able to earn HOST REWARDS on all of your purchases over $150. This is in addition to your demonstrator discount. WOO HOO!


What are the disadvantages of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator?

Uh! I can’t think of any. LOL

Now go click that link above . J