What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Lynda Fraser

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  • That is a super good deal!
  • I thought all your cards were great, I would sign up for a class like yours in a heart beat. What are you charging? I was thinking of doing a similar event and I am planning to contact the Cancer Society to see if they would promote it as well, and I'm going to put it in the paper under community events, not that that is always that effective, but at the very least it increases awareness. Good luck!!
  • More than welcome Lynda. Going to check out your blog!  I just noticed the box you decorated to put the cards in. Awesome! TFS
  • Love all of the Strength and Hope cards you just posted! Can't choose a favourite. Also love the one with the Beveled Window Panes TFS

  • Sorry to have to do that the hard way. And the 3 posts are in reverse order. I doubt that will help a whole lot but I tried. Good Luck!
  • When you join the club, you will receive the new Catalog & Idea Book, quarterly mini catalogs sent to you in the mail, money to spend at your workshop & your choice of hostess stamp sets as they apply to the total sales of your workshop, 6-8 free stamping “classes” including take-home projects each month, and friendships & idea-sharing with other stampers in a relaxed or crazy environment.

    Call if you have questions. Otherwise just detach and mail me the form below to sign up for a club.
    Demo’s Name
    Website/phone #

    I agree to follow the guidelines above and will fulfill my obligation to place a minimum $25 order at each of the 6-8 workshops. Sign me up to participate in a Stamp Club.

    Name __________________________________________ Phone # ______________________


    Address _______________________________________________ Signature ________________________

    (Please add any other information you would like me to know about, including known date conflicts.)
  • Here’s how it works: 6-8 people sign up to participate. These 6-8 club participants meet for workshops once a month for 6-8 months. They each agree to spend at least $25 at each of the 6-8 workshops. If each participant spends at least $25, we will have a guaranteed $150 in sales collected each month. Group members will take turns acting as the hostess each month. That way every club member has a chance to collect the hostess benefits. (Remember, Stampin’ Up! requires that a workshop has $150 or more in sales to collect hostess benefits.)

    At each workshop, you will learn new tips and techniques that you can use in your stamping/scrapbooking projects. These get-togethers will provide you with new designs, ideas, and patterns. You will see at least 3 projects at each workshop, all of which you will get to make and take home. These will include, but not limited to cards and 3-D projects as well as learning new techniques.

    All members of the club will take a turn as hostess at my home. (Keep in mind that it is okay if you cannot attend every club workshop. Simply contact me and place your $25 minimum order the day of that workshop or earlier.) As a hostess, you may choose to have other friends and family attend your workshop to increase your sales and the free stamps you earn. Please contact me to make sure space is available. You may also collect orders from those friends and family who cannot attend your workshop.
  • Would you like to join a group of stampers that meets for regularly scheduled workshops? Would you like to learn more stamping tips and techniques and earn FREE stamps and products?

    You should join one of my…
    Stamping Clubs!
  • SU club contract.wps
  • Hi Lynda! We have had a club for almost 4 years now. Here is a link for the form on the website. You may have to re-type it to show the current date, we even had a line in ours that said that if we did not have our order in within certain period of time after the workshop that our demonstrator would order us 1 pkg of white paper, 1 pkg of white envelopes and a snail refill in order to fulfill our agreement and not hold up the order for everyone else. Fortunately, I don't think it ever got to that. But it's a good visual incentive to keep it timely. Here is the link:
    Hope this helps! Good luck and have fun!
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