Sunday, November 1, 2009

My Stampin' Up! Story

Here is my personal story of how I became a part of the Stampin' Up family. I have always enjoyed various sorts of paper crafting and rubber stamping for as long as I can remember. While I hate to admit this, I have had times where I was buying more than creating...but to be honest, "collecting" (okay, that's just another word for buying...LOL!) is as much fun as creating for me. Ever since I was a little girl, I always had fun crafting and I hope someday my little girl will enjoy it as much as I do. She's only 21 months old right now, but she does love exploring in my hobby room. If she doesn't enjoy it, I might be in some trouble with my dear husband as I try to justify my collection by saying that it's not just for me but also for our daughter!

So how did I join SU! anyways? I actually have my daughter to thank for me becoming a SU! demo. Last year, we were at one of her storytimes at the local library and another mom with her little boy asked me if I would be interested in attending one of her stamp camps. I have heard so many good reviews and raves about SU! and this stamp camp was a great opportunity to see if I agreed with all the SU! excitement. Let me tell you, after attending a few stamp camps, I could easily see why so many people get thrilled about the Stampin' Up! products and projects. The quality of their products is superb. All of their coordinating inks, papers, ribbons, etc... make all of your projects come together beautifully. It was an easy choice for me to join and I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I do! I joined the Stampin' Up family earlier this year during their Sale-A-Bration promotion.

If you would like to learn about becoming a demo yourself, please feel free to call or email me to schedule a time to meet and share. The wonderful thing about Stampin' Up! is that you can be a demo at the hobby or business level. It's your choice! If you prefer to get a jumpstart on becoming a SU! demo, you may simply visit my website at Click the “Join Now” button in the upper right corner, and enter the password addicted2stamping (one word/case sensitive).

Happy Stamping,

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