You'll probably get a ton of different answers on this one, as it
fluctuates for everyone! I think it depends on what your customers are used
to and what you feel comfortable with. I know demonstrators that do 10
cards and call it a stamp a stack, and others that do 20 cards.
Generally you do 4 different cards, and you can choose to do 3 of each, 4
of each or 5 of each.
What I like about stamp a stacks is that they are a product based class
because you include the envelopes, and so much card stock is included. I
always also include their embellishment that I use on all 4 cards so it
makes ordering and designing easy.
I'll attach a sample of one that I did a few months ago, and it included
1/2 a pack of the Season of Style DSP and a wood mount case to hold all
their cards in. I did 4 of each, for a total of 16 cards. I charged 29.00.
( I also encourage orders the night of the event by giving them a 10.00
rebate off their class if they put in a min. of a 25.00 order that night!
Never discount our product, but a rebate off the class is a great way to
increase your sales! You make the same money if not MORE, and you get sales
in the process as well!)
Again, everyone will do it differently, so maybe someone else's style will
work better for you. But I run my stamp a stack every month, and they
usually generate me over 500-600.00 in sales between the initial order and
the order I put in from the class itself, and a couple hundred dollars in
profit! My attendance is usually 10-15 people.
On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Julie <juliegirl10@> wrote:
> I know this has prob been answered before, but can I get an idea of how
> many cards (total and different varieties) and how much do you charge for
> stamp a stack party?
> Sent from my iPad
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