Monday, August 13, 2012

Tour our 2012 Stampin' Up! Convention

Stampin' Up! invited an amazing writer Connie Myers to our SU convention and this article blew me away! She totally captured the essence of our Stampin' Up! community.
Grab a cup of coffee and  take a trip inside our Stampin' Up! convention experience through the eyes of someone who is not a SU demonstrator and believe me if you enjoy crafting & SU products, projects and classes you will love this article. Click here to view.
 This is Sara Douglas. She is the advisor to the CEO Shelli Gardner and also her daughter. She is so stinkin cute and has a personality that is contagious. Check out some of her Stampin' Up! U Tube videos.
This is our faithful leader, Shelli Gardner. Yes, she is as beautiful on the inside as the outside.
She has built an amazing company filled with some of the best employees I have ever worked with.
I love my job as a Stampin' UP! demonstrator. I love working my own hours and most of all I love all the wonderful people I have met along the way.
Thank you to everyone who makes it possible for me to got to a job I love each day!

Howl-o-ween Project Kit Promotion

If you would like to become a demonstrator, you can customize your own personal starter kit for ONLY $99 and get $125 of SU products. As an added bonus in the month of august if you sign up you will receive this project  kit absolutely FREE—a $60 value! This exclusive kit contains the perfect elements of a Spooktacular Halloween decoration!* Remember, you can only earn this special project kit if you sign up as a demonstrator. Check out the details on my right hand bar of my blog for details. 
Contact me if you are interested in joining my team of demonstrators the Serenity Stampers!
Join for the discount or to earn some extra money! Either way you will have a whole lot of fun and meet some great new friends while saving money on your favorite products! You will also be able to attend Stampin' Up!'s 25th Anniversary Convention in Utah next year! Wow, to be among the most talented paper crafters in the country, what an experience!

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