Become a Stampin Up Demonstrator

Why become a Stampin Up Demonstrator?  There are many reasons, these could include,

  • your wish list being more than £99
  • wanting to be able to earn free products
  • getting the discount on every purchase
  • havingan easy way to co-ordinate all your products
 If any of these apply to you then perhaps its time you considered how  to become a Stampin Up Demonstrator.


There are many types of demonstrator, and many different reasons to become a demonstrator.

  • You many be a busy Mum who loves to craft, and wants to earn some extra money, whilst having fun with your friends.
  • Are you at College or University, want to earn some extra income whilst having fun with your new found friends……… this could be what you are looking for.
  • Your family may have grown up and left home, and you may be looking to get out and socialise more.  Demonstrating is a great way to meet new people.
  • You may be looking for a complete career change – wanting to build and expand your business.

A  business may not be for you, but you and your close friends may just want the opportunity to purchase great value products at a discounted price.  This my friends is the place.  Its like belonging to a big club.  Get 20% discount on every order with fixed package and posting.  No surprise postage fees and your discount never runs out.  All we ask is that you meet the quarterly minimum to stay in the club.



Stampin Up offers it’s demonstrators all the tools and support they need to make their business a success.  Whether you only want to be a hobby demonstrator or a career demonstrator, want to earn some extra money in the short term or make this a long term business, the support and opportunities are the same.  Its up to you to decide how and when you take advantage of them.  It’s your Business

You pay £99 when you sign up and you get to choose the products you wish to have in your starter kit.  Yes you get to choose £130 kit for £99.  Thats £31 free product.  Not only do you get all the lovely products you get a brilliant demonstrator pack worth £45 for free.  This has everything in it that you need to get started.



YES MORE ……………

Become a Stamping Up Demonstrator

The usual price to join Stampin Up is
£99 and you can choose £130 worth of product from any of our current catalogues
for this.  Also included is £45
worth of business basics, such as catalogues, order forms and other business
basics.  This is also delivered
direct to your chosen address for free.
No shipping costs on this order whatsoever.
Having joined Stampin UP you get 20%
discount on every order, but on your first order over £150 you get a massive
30% discount if you place it within 45 days.
What are you waiting for……


Simply sign up to become a Stampin Up demonstrator  – this makes you a member of the best craft club around.  The Stampin UP! UP club.  You get 20% discount on everything.  Yes everything, right from day one.



I chose paper, inks and punches with my kit and only two stAnnual15_Cover_Backamp sets, Papillon Potpourri and Bloomin with Kindness.  Oh and my upline advised me to buy the Stamp’n’Scrub.  This may not be what you want, there is no right or wrong way.  It’s your kit and you choose the items that will suit your style best and enable you to demonstrate the products to their full potential.Whats the risk:
There are so many different ways you can make Stampin’ Up! work for you, that you needn’t feel any pressure. No hard targets set by the company, all you need to do is sell £225  worth of net sales every 3 months to remain active. In real terms thats £270 over a three month period.  Thats about £20 a week. And if you don’t meet your targets, there’s no pressure, you simply stop being a demonstrator.  No risk, and No Pressure.  You get to keep all the lovely products for yourself.  Realistically this is easy, just invite friends, family and co-workers to place their orders with you.  I achieve this and more every quarter and know you can too…..
So as you can see, Stampin Up can fit in with everyone’s lifestyle, and offers you an amazing opportunity to increase your crafting skills, meet new people and earn at the same time.

What do you get from me when you become a Stampin Up Demonstrator:

Regular Team Training Events and Meetings
 One-to-one calls
Team Newsletter
Milestone gifts and recognition
Being part of one of the largest teams in the UK and Netherlands we also have a dedicated facebook group, as well as a an amazing amount of other resources and support.
As a Stampin Up Demonstrator you also get access to the Stampin Up Demonstrator website which has everything in one location and is accessible 24/7
But most of all I offer a caring, sharing and
supportive environment in which to build your business.

What do I get if I become a Stampin Up Demonstrator?

One of the most important questions – what do you get.  As a Stampin Up Demonstrator you will consistently get 20% commission on all catalogue sales – 30% on your first order after joining.  There are also a number of other incentives giving you the opportunity to get a volume rebate (sales dependent) each month which is a minimum of 4%.  Stampin Up are amazing at offering their demonstrators ways to earn more financially as well as earning free products to continuously help your business.

How do I join your team?

To become a Stampin Up Demonstrator and join my team, the Crafting Birds just

 click this link

and it will take you straight through to the sign up page.  Please make sure that it has my name in the top right hand corner.
If you’re interested in becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, follow these easy steps once you’re on my Stampin Up website
  1. Click on the Join Now image to the right to join Stampin’ Up!
  2. Read and agree to the Independent Demonstrator Agreement.
  3. Purchase your Starter Kit. The online form will prompt you to choose up to £130 worth of products to create your Starter Kit.  Have you got your wish list ready?
or go to JOIN NOW  which takes you straight to the agreement page.

Still want to know more: then please email me or give me a ring.