Different Ways to Be A Demonstrator

If you know one or two Stampin' Up! Demonstrators, or representatives from another stamping company, then you may have your own idea of what that means.  Did you know that there are actually many different ways to be a Demonstrator?

  • Business or Career Demonstrator:  You see how the Stampin' Up! demonstrator opportunity can really earn you money doing something you already love – stamping & scrapbooking! Maybe you love doing workshops, meeting new people, teaching others how to be creative… The great thing about being a demonstrator is that it's YOUR business and it can look however you want it to look!
  • Hobby Demonstrator:  Stamping & scrapbooking is your hobby and the demostrator opportunity is a great way to save you money each time you purchase your supplies!  You might only "sell" product to yourself, or you might occasionally sell to friends and family… as long as it doesn't take too much time or effort.
  • Discount or Temporary Demonstrator:  Some people view the "starter kit" as a way to get a lot of Stampin' Up! goodies at once, for a discount.  You might stick with it for a short time, or just let your demonstratorship lapse.

Perhaps you find yourself somewhere in between one of these "types" of demonstrators – that's where I fall!  I love stamping and scrapbooking, and I'm slowly building my business as time permits.  As a stay-at-home mom with a 2 year old, what I love about being a demonstrator is that I work when I can, and only schedule workshops and classes when it is best for me and my family.

If you can see yourself in any of these Stampin' Up! Demonstrator categories, and want to talk to me about the opportunity, then contact me!  I love what I do, and sharing it with others – and I can talk to you about my experiences over the past 4-1/2 years!  I would love to have YOU on my team!

Happy Crafting!

~Elisa

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