Do you love to make all sorts of crafts? How would you like to do what you love and make money from it? When I got started with Stampin’ Up 6 months ago, I never intended for it to be a home-based business. I joined during one of their signing specials simply to get the discount for myself. Over time though I discovered what a great work at home opportunity it really is.
Seriously – I get to play with paper, stamps, and other crafting goodies all day and make money from it! How cool is that? I am truly blessed to be able to help contribute income to my family while still being at home and available for my kids. Like tomorrow, I am going along with my youngest daughter to help chaperone her class picnic. That is not something I could do if I had to work outside the home. I love the flexibility that comes with being my own boss and running my own business.
If you have ever considered Stampin’ Up as a home-based business (or even if you haven’t), now is a great time to join. Normally it’s $99 to join Stampin’ Up as a demonstrator. Through the end of June however, you can get in for just $50. For your $50, you receive $55 in the Stampin’ Up products of your choice, business supplies, and free shipping.
But that’s not all! Here are more great reasons why you should join Stampin’ Up now…
- If you join by June 30, 2014, you gets a Paper Pumpkin Kit for free with your starter order. (a $20 value)
- If you join by June 20th, you can attend the Stampin’ Up Annual Convention for free. I haven’t got to go yet, but I heard it’s a blast!
- You get advance notice of new products and new catalogs. Stampin’ Up demonstrators got the new catalog awhile ago and were able to pre-order new products a month before the general public.
- You get 30% off your first order of $150 or more placed within the first 45 days, plus you get hostess benefits on top of that, which means at least $25 in free products!
- Stampin’ Up just released a new catalog, so you can fill your starter kit with all the new goodies!
The wonderful thing about starting a Stampin’ Up business is that you have the freedom to run it however you like. For example, I run mine entirely online through my blog. I have never held a workshop or class. I simply blog about sample projects and include links back to my Stampin’ Up website. When people purchase from those links, I earn the 20% commission. I am also dabbling with an Etsy shop where I sell finished cards and party products. You can certainly make a lot of money with classes and workshops, but that is not the only way to do it.
There is no risk at all. If you join and find it’s not for you, there is no penalty to drop and no obligation to buy more products. Even if you are on the fence about starting a business, this is a great no-risk way to get some craft supplies at a discount.
If you have any questions about starting your own Stampin’ Up Business, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Ready to get started? Click here to join Stampin’ Up today.