Or, as I like to call it – getting lots of free products!
Becoming a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator is always a good deal, but during Sale-A-Bration it becomes much much sweeter. This year, there are two separate deals to be had when signing up, so let’s take a look through them.
First up, is Option 1 – join with more value!
For £99 you get to build your own starter kit – which is just a fancy way of saying that you get to choose products that you want, from any current catalogue. During Sale-A-Bration, you get to choose products to the vale of £170, so you get £71 worth of product completely free with your kit.
Second, is Option 2 – get your hands on a designer bag!
This year, Stampin’ Up! have designed a really beautiful and clever craft tote for Demonstrators. Since it’s been designed by the in-house team, it is made to fit products that you will use often – it’s even big enough to carry your trimmer! I’ve already used mine so many times – taking projects I’m working on to craft sales so I can craft while I sell, taking all the necessary supplies to craft workshops, I even took it with me on a recent trip to visit family, so I’d have things with me to keep busy on the journey! If you want to include the bag with your starter kit – the kit will cost £125. You still get £170 of Stampin’ Up! product (that of course, you get to choose yourself) and you’ll also get the bag, valued at £47 on it’s own. So, £71 of free product, and the bag for £26!
You don’t have to demonstrate anything – you can simply use this as a fantastic deal to earn free products and cross a lot off your wishlist. You can use it as a big boost to starting your own side-hustle. Or you can join up, and just use the fantastic discount to support your own crafting habit!
When you join during Sale-A-Bration, your first “quarter” is April-June, so you have a lot of time to decide if it’s for you, and if you want to carry on. If not, your Demonstrator status just drops, there’s nothing to pay back or return.
The rest of the benefits of becoming a Demonstrator are the same, and you can read more about the whole thing in my recent post here.
If you’re ready to start building your kit, click here to go through the process on the Stampin’ Up! website. Alternatively, if you have any questions at all, drop me a message and I’ll be happy to go through everything with you.