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Sneak Peek and It’s Almost Over!

I’m giving you a little sneak peek at tomorrow’s card for the Pals Paper Arts Challenge #104.  I’ll post the entire card tomorrow.  This week’s challenge is paper piercing.  I’ve never done this technique before and I am now a fan!  I know you’re going to love how this one turned out.  Make sure to stop back tomorrow to see it!

Please, please read this to the end!

Promotion Round-Up:

This week’s I’m going to focus solely on the last call for the $99 Demo Kit special offer (this includes shipping!).  If you’re even considering, just a teeny-tiny bit, of accepting this offer, please contact me with any questions or concerns that you have.  I can’t stress enough what a wonderful opportunity this is.  It is a no-obligation offer.  You don’t have to promise to sell anything or buy anything else.  The offer comes with so much more than just the $185 worth of merchandise, though.  First, you can keep your demonstrator status until December 31st, 2011, which means that you can continue, if you want, to purchase at a discount.  If you decide to place another order, the first order that you place will be discounted at 30% no matter how much the order is.  After that, you can purchase at 20% off with no minimum order requirements.  You will get hostess benefits, if your order qualifies for hostess benefits.  There is NO pressure or commitment of any kind to do anything further.

My Story:  I signed up strictly for the demonstrator discounts so I could get most of the things that were on my huge wish-list at 30% off.  I had no intention of doing anything more than that, and there was never any pressure for me to do any more than that.  In addition, I wanted to take advantage of all the demonstrator talk and galleries not available to the consumers.  (Call me curious!)  Within a couple months of signing up, and after I’d gotten my wish-list items, I learned that my husband was going to be laid off.  It’s official as of this Friday.  So I decided to continue on with Stampin’ Up! and use my hobby to help our financial situation.  If I’m going to have to do something else to supplement our income, why not do what I’m already doing and what I love to do.  I’m sharing my love for stamping and papercrafting.  Does this feel like I’m getting off work and going to work?  Absolutely NOT.  Actually, it’s causing me to have more excuses to do what I love to do!

Anyway, the bottom line is that this opportunity can be whatever you want or need it to be.  Don’t be afraid of the word “Demonstrator”.  This is one of the only companies that I’ve encountered where there is no obligation to do anything after you purchase the “starter kit”.  And did you know that Stampin’ Up! lets you change out any of the items in your starter kit for other items of equal or lesser value?  So you truly can start filling your personal wish list with the starter kit. 

If you’ve thought about making some extra money or if you have a really big wish list, the original starter kit is still available, too.  The advantage of the special offer is that it gives you automatic demonstrator status much longer than the regular agreement.  With the original agreement, you must purchase $300 of retail value (you pay the discounted amount of that) within three months to keep your demonstrator status for another three months.  With the special offer, it’s extended until December 31st.  If you place a $300 retail offer by December 31st, you’ll still keep all your rights as a demonstrator for another three months!

I’m brand new and I’m absorbing everything there is to know about the company, about the products and about the opportunity.  I’ll be the perfect person to sign up with, because I’m not too far ahead of you and can help you learn what you need to know to take advantage of this offer in the way that YOU want to. 

Are you ready to learn more?  You can read more about the opportunity, or sign up today by clicking here.  Don’t wait!  The offer ends Sunday, July 31st. Let me help you make the most of it! 

Email me with any questions that you have!

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