$125 of Stampin’ Up! Merchandise for $99!

$125 of Stampin’ Up! Merchandise for $99!

I am so incredibly excited to share exciting news with you!  How would you like to pick out $125 worth of Stampin’ Up! merchandise (whatever you want!) and pay only $99 plus tax (free shipping!!)?  How fun would that be?  So fun!

Stampin’ Up! has changed and improved their Starter Kit.  Now you can choose whatever you want to be in your kit, up to $125 worth of merchandise, and then for $99 plus tax you will receive that merchandise and $65 worth of business supplies!  That’s a magnificent deal!  I’m so excited!

I would really like to see at least three people purchase this kit before the end of June!  Will you be one of them?  I am offering 2 packs of Designer Series Paper ($21.90 combined value) to each of the first three people who purchase the Starter Kit from my Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Website before June 30, 2012!  Do you want a good deal plus free DSP?!

Once you buy the Starter Kit, you can use it as you like.  Use it to build a business or take advantage of a great deal and then purchase from yourself at a 20% discount.  Create the kit the way you want it, use the products the way you want!

I love being a demonstrator!  Of course the trip to Disney only reinforces that!  Can you put up with a few more pictures?  I still have so much I want to share!

On Wednesday we took a day off from the parks.  Of course there was a big groan when I happened to mention going to Downtown Disney.  Shopping – horrors!  Amazingly enough, the boys still managed to have fun.  The Lego store was a huge hit which the fun Lego displays and the chance to build a Lego car and race it.  The picture here just shows a small section of one of the displays.  Look at those dogs made of Llego!

The toy store was a hit too with the Mr. Potato Head toys out for playing!  Disney Quest with the arcade games seemed to go over well too!  And, believe it or not, Mommy didn’t do any shopping or spend any money!

Wednesday evening was a fun evening for us demonstrators to get together to swap cards and ideas.  The very best part was when Shelli got up and told us she had a new catalog for each one of us!  We were suddenly very busy studying those catalogs!  This is a picture of me with my upline and a bunch of team member friends.

One picture I wanted to be sure to get while I was there was one with Shelli Gardner, the co-founder and CEO of Stampin’ Up!   I was so excited to finally get to meet her!  Wouldn’t you know my eyes are mostly closed!  Oh well,  I’ll show you anyway.

I still need to share pictures of our special Thursday evening event and gifts from Stampin’ Up! and then I will try to get back to projects and leave the rest of the Disney pictures for the scrapbook pages.  Lest you think I haven’t been creating, since getting home I’ve been busily creating baby dress cards and preparing Teacher Appreciation gifts for school.

Thank you for stopping by to visit today!


  1. Thanks for sharing your great pictures of the Disney trip! The Lego store looks like a really fun place – and not just for kids! 🙂

  2. The lego dogs are so neat! Bet it was neat to meet the lady responsible for all of that Stampin’ Up fun!!!!!!!

  3. Looks like you’ve had a great time. So cool to have a pic taken Shelley!

  4. Sounds like you had a really great time! Isn’t Downtown Disney neat? Did you get a sandwich from the Earl (of Sandwich)? They are delish!


    I have a question about purchasing the Starter kit for $99.
    I have signed up with SU in the past, as a Hobby-not to sell. I still have all the Business supplies from previous Starter Kits.

    I have no use for the ” $65 worth of business supplies! “Am I obligated to have the $65 worth of business supplies included? I have no use for $65 worth of business supplies and consider this a waste of money for me. Instead, I would rather have this dollar amount to be used toward product.
    If this is something that you can answer for me? I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you – Christine

    • Hi Christine,

      The $99 you spend to purchase a starter kit goes toward the $125 worth of stamping supplies you choose to include in your kit. The $50 worth of business supplies are a bonus Stampin’ Up! throws in for free. If you don’t plan to use them, no problem. If you know another demonstrator who lives near you and works the business you could give them to them so they’re not taking up your space.

      If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

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