Being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is so rewarding. Not only do I get to be creative every day, I also get to be a creative coach, offering fresh project ideas and encouragement to my customers and friends.
I love to teach a variety of paper crafting projects from cards to scrapbooking to altered items. The possibilities are endless as new creative ideas from Stampin' Up! include quilting and sewing to dressing up candles.
I have been scrapbooking since 2005 when one of my friends invited me to a late night crop at the local scrapbook store. I called my husband who said, "YES! Please go and do something with all those pictures we have!"
Fast forward to 2009. I had been scrapbooking with a variety of different women and am blessed to have them as friends. One had a Stampin' Up! workshop; another signed up as a demonstrator! I went to technique club with them and my husband bought me the Many Marvelous Markers for Mother's Day!
So my friend (and Stampin' Up! demonstrator) says to me one day, "You would be really great at this!" I talked to my husband about the minimums and potential business opportunities. He said, "SURE! You spend more than that a month!"
And here I am!! I started holding workshops during Sale-A-Bration in 2010 and LOVE IT! There are so many great things about being a demonstrator - annual convention, incentive trips, rewards, bonuses, upline and downline meetings, online forums, and sisterhood just to name a few!
In addition to scrapbooking, I also enjoy card making and other paper crafts. However, I'm a crafter at heart and have been sewing and crafting for more than 40 years!
Located in Glasgow, KY, I'm just a few minutes from Barren River State Park. I can easily hold workshops in the following counties: Allen, Barren, Edmonson, Hart, Metcalfe, Simpson, Warren and even counties in Tennessee. If you are not located in these counties - that's OK! I have a vehicle and I'm willing to travel!
I am so excited to be a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. Please join me in the fun!