Club Social Stampers
Things are better in layers: Cake. Lasagna. Tiramisu. 7 layer dip. Sandwiches. Hungry yet?
Club Social Stampers, my personal group of stamping enthusiasts, is the stamping equivalent of a prize-winning 15-layer cake. Almost too ridiculously awesome for words. Here’s a sampling of perks you get by becoming a member of Club Social Stampers:
- At least a 20% discount on every purchase you make, whether large or small.
- A 35% discount on your first qualifying demonstrator order.
- FREE stamps! Earn free product, including stamp sets of any value, through the Stampin’ Start program and frequent demonstrator incentives.
- The opportunity to see and order new Stampin’ Up! products a month before they are released to the masses.
- Exclusive access to the Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website, which is jam-packed with resources to help you improve your stamping, connect with other demonstrators, and get inspired!
- All of the benefits within the Stampin’ Pretty Pals community built by Mary Fish, one of the top demonstrators at Stampin’ Up!
- A free VIP membership to Lisa Pretto’s Ink Big Academy, a $17.95/month value.
- Larger-than-life Stampin’ Up! events, including regional events closer to home, an annual convention, and all-expenses-paid incentive trips.
So, how to you get all of these awesome perks? Here’s a step-by-step perk tutorial:
- Get a $125 wish list together (easy, right??)
- Click this link and follow the prompts to become a demonstrator (think of it as a “bouncer” to get into Club Social Stampers– you’re mere seconds away from walking through the velvet rope!)
- Input $125 worth of wish list items, pay $99 plus tax and get free shipping (an additional 10% savings).
- Prepare to be amazed!
Do you still have some questions? You might find these links helpful:
Click here to learn more about myself and my family. My family is a wonderful aspect of my business behind the scenes, and are a constant reminder of the importance to keep balance in my life (plus they’re all just so darn handsome)!
Give it a try, there’s no risk since you are in charge of whether you want to keep getting benefits or not!
Cheers to getting lots of perks,