Why am I a Stampin'Up Demo?

Updated: Mar 8, 2020

I have been a stamper and a cross-stitcher since being knee high to a grasshopper! I loved to sew new patterns and fabric just to see what the outcome would look like. The challenges of counted cross stitch were so rewarding. I loved to crochet just to see the various colors turn into something beautiful. Being creative, my attention was drawn to photography and capturing those special creations that God has given us. In other words, I love colors and creating for the novelty of it.

Being a Stampin'Up demo is something special and lets me explore color to my heart's content, and YOU can join my team NOW and experience this same fun!

Stampin'Up products are so co-ordinated and so top quality that they are a pleasure to work with. My stamping began around 1970 (and now it is 2020). There was little shop run by Eleanor on Hwy. 11 in South Carolina. Every time she showed me a new technique, this chick just had to try it! Embossing powders were known to make me ooh and aah. I even used my stove burner to melt the powders. I never got burned, but came close to turning my paper brown a few times!.

Many moons later, I was in a small class taught by DixieSue, and saw some of her beautiful handmade cards. Hook, line, and stamper of Stampin'Up products! I attended classes that continued to grow in number, and that continued to have new ways to create paper creations. Surely, you want to join my paper craft sessions!

The laughter and fun of getting together with friends was fantastic. I could even go to a class and just watch others and pay $15 just for the fun session. Cut, glue, measure, fussy cut, emboss, stamp, get inky - you name it, we did it, getting drawn into the creating part more and more. I was spending enough money each month to be a demo. Why not become a demo and at least save 20% on all my orders? There were no intentions of having parties or making a new career.

Do you know just how addicting stamping is? I eventually started home parties of my own, writing tutorials and meeting so many wonderful new friends! Some from parties, some from attending the SU conferences, some from Facebook. I now have met and follow Jackie from Ontario; chatted with a lady from New Zealand who signed up for one of my FB pages, and I follow several stampers from the UK. Exciting! Rewarding!

Join during March and you too can be a member of the best friend groups in the world! (Look on bottom right when you go to this page.)