How becoming a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator can save you big bucks at the moment

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This is so special, we have named it twice!

Ever thought about becoming a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator?

Do you spend more than $169 every three months on craft items?

Do you still have lots of amazing Stampin’ Up! products on your wishlist?

Would you like to receive a 20% discount on all the new Christmas products and receive them prior to everyone as else?

Do you enjoy crafting with other like-minded passionate crafters?

Do you like making a difference in the lives of others?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, read on as this is an exciting special limited time offer just for you or perhaps a friend of yours.

From 1 July until 31 August, if you sign up as a new Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator (even if you have been a demonstrator before) you will receive an additional $45 to put toward bonus products in your Starter Kit (total cost $169). You get to choose which amazing Stampin’ Up! products you would like to include in your Starter Kit. In addition to that, you will also receive a $16 coupon# to use the following month.

So how do you become a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator?

Just click this link and at the bottom of the page there is another link which takes you directly to the Stampin’ Up! website.  You will need a credit card and your shopping list of Stampin’ Up! goodies to the value of $280.  The starter kit cost is only $169.  In other words you receive $280 worth of products of your choice for only $169 – that is indeed the best offer around.

Have any questions, just contact me.  

Happy crafting!

 

# Coupon codes will be sent between the fifth and seventh business day of the following month you sign up. The email address listed in your profile will be used to send the $16 coupon code.

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