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Ink-redible!

Stampin’ Up! is kicking off November in a big way! From November 1 – December 16, the new ink-redible promotion offers an entire collection of stamp pads for FREE when you host a qualifying party ($450 or more before tax and shipping) or sign up to become a demonstrator. That’s a $49.95 value!

HOSTESS: You can invite your friends to a party at your house, where we’ll complete a make-and-take and a demonstration and talk stamps! Or, you can host a catalog party, where your friends can order from the catalog, and you get the benefits. Not only will you get a new stamp pad collection (excluding Neutrals & InColor Collections), but you’ll also get free merchandise based on your party total.

DEMONSTRATOR: Be a part of the Stampin’ Up! family and share what you love with your friends while earning extra income and getting product discounts. You can join my team by signing up to be a demonstrator. Not only will you receive $125 of product for only $99, but you’ll also receive a free stamp pad collection (excluding Neutrals & InColor Collections) and other great perks!

The best part? You have no commitment to make purchases or sell product to meet quarterly sales minimums until April 2013! There’s no penalty for quitting, but we’re pretty sure that once you start, you won’t want to stop!

STAMPS GONE SINGLE

Stampin’ Up! added two assortments to the Single Stamp Pilot that I mentioned a few weeks ago. Check out the assortments – including several never-before-seen stamps (!) – on the Promotions page.

STAMPIN’ SUCCESS MAGAZINE

Bi-monthly, demonstrators receive an exclusive publication from Stampin’ Up! filled with inspiration, business tips, and information from other demonstrators. For the first time ever, it’s your turn to get a glimpse of Stampin’ Success Magazine. It’s only one of the benefits you’d receive if you sign up to be a demonstrator too.

Annnnnnnd, before I go, I promise I’ll be back next week with some creative inspiration! I apologize for my absence – vacation and Halloween got the best of me. Oh, what’s that? You’d like to see a picture of us at Halloween? I’m pretty darn proud of this, so I’ll take a second to brag – I made the Mario hat and the Toad costume, except the shirt!

Check out these amazing tutorials that I used for the costumes: Mario Hat  |  Toad Hat & Vest  |  Pajama Pants

Have a great weekend!

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