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Why do I put on free Workshops? Because I am a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator I put on Workshops and generally people are interested in furthering their skills and will buy an idea book and maybe a set or two of stamps. As a demonstrator this allows me to make a little money while teaching people something that I truly love, something that comes from the heart. If you are at all interested in finding out more or hosting a party, please contact me and I can tell you a bit more and who knows, maybe you will find that you love this as much as I do.

This is the way a workshop works. You get together with some friends and family that you think may be interested in making home made cards, projects, scrapbook_pages and I show them how the stamps work and what kind of things you can make and then we get down to the fun part of making a couple of projects. I bring all of the supplies and since I have experience and a husband that likes to help pre-cut all the paper and you don't have to worry about matching color schemes, it's all set out for you. After we have made these "make n' takes" I show you a few more uses for the products and that's it.

Being a hostess has never been better. Stampin' Up! hostessess open their homes and provide a warm environment for demonstrators to present fun and informative workshops. To reward you, Stampin' Up! offers free hostess-only stamp sets and additional free Stampin' Up! products based on the total net sales of the workshop! And if that weren't enough, Stampin' Up!'s hostesses are also eligible to recieve a free Hostess Appreciation Set each quarter! This set is only available to hostesses so contact me now to book your workshop.

One of the things that really got me interested in being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator was the fact that there is no high pressure sales. We have all been to candle parties, Tupperware, Discovery Toys, and even clothes parties where you know that you are expected to buy something and look at the catalogue for the second cheapest item so that you don't look too cheap but are getting at least something. This is not the way with Stampin' Up!. You will find in that first workshop whether you are interested in being involved making your own cards and projects or you are not, the products sell themselves if you are interested but if you are not then no one is expected to buy anything.

Email me today and I can send you more information and if you are interested we can easily go to the next step.