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Blythe Klipple


August 21, 2018

Blooming Saving Demonstrator Incentive Rewards

Our Blooming Savings + Demonstrator Incentive is over! We have finished our final billing, so that means we will begin gathering incentive earner information and distributing rewards soon. Here’s what you can expect if you earn an incentive reward. (Drum roll, please!) 

  • If you got two NEW Paper Pumpkin subscribers from July 11–August 10, 2018, Paper Pumpkin will email you a $5 USD/$7 CAD coupon code from August 25–September 1. The coupon is redeemable via OLO and OEX from September 1–30, 2018. 
  • If you got three or more NEW Paper Pumpkin subscribers from July 11–August 10, 2018, you may add one FREE Take Your Pick tool to a demonstrator order from August 27–September 30, 2018. Hurray! We’ll send you a reminder email with instructions on how to redeem your reward once you can add the tool to a demonstrator order.

Please note: You may not exchange the Take Your Pick tool you earn during this promotion for another product. Limit one FREE Take Your Pick tool or one coupon code per demonstrator. No substitutions allowed. 

Congratulations to all of our incentive earners. We’ll be in touch soon!

Holiday Catalog Sample Supply Item List

As many of you will recall, we recently provided demonstrators with a list of project supplies from the new 2018–2019 annual catalog. We wanted you to be aware that the holiday catalog supply item list (in English only) will post soon on the demonstrator website—in time for customer launch. Stay tuned for further details!

This Week’s Succeed Weekly

If you missed it in your inbox, take a look at this week’s Succeed Weekly email here!


OnStage Registration Opens Today

Today’s the big day! Online and phone registration for all OnStage events opens today at 9:00 AM (MT) for silver elite and above and at 10:00 AM (MT) for all demonstrators, supporting demonstrators, and CentreStage guests. 

Learn all you need to know about OnStage here and then register to save your spot!

Want to Present at OnStage in November?

One of the highlights of our OnStage events is the demonstrator presentations that showcase new products and share tips on selling them. If you’re interested in being chosen for this opportunity, read the information below and submit your application by August 21, 2018. OnStage presenters will receive a selection of new occasions catalog products to use during their presentation (and take home afterward) and a Stampin’ Up! shopping spree after the event!

To apply, you must be:

  • Consistently selling Stampin’ Up! products—whether online or through in-person events.
  • Comfortable sharing selling tips with other demonstrators. 
  • Able to create projects that cater to a variety of customers including brand new, casual, and avid crafters.
  • Willing to prepare and present an 8–10 minute presentation on an assigned topic. 
  • Able to participate in rehearsals from home as well as attend an on-site rehearsal the day before the event. 
  • Currently compliant with all demonstrator policies. 

If you are interested in presenting, fill out the application here by August 21, 2018.

Do’s and Don’ts of Personal Websites and Blogs 

Personal websites and blogs are powerful tools for developing your online presence. With great power comes great responsibility, though. We encourage you to read over the do’s and don’ts of running personal websites and blogs, so you can make sure you’re connecting with others—and complying with Stampin’ Up! policies.


  • Include a statement that you are an independent demonstrator.
  • Include a statement indicating that your blog content is your sole responsibility and that Stampin’ Up! does not endorse your website.
  • Accompany images (taken from the Stampin’ Up! website or handmade projects you’ve created) with the appropriate Stampin’ Up! copyright notice (©).
    • (Images © [year] Stampin’ Up!)
  • Use the proper spelling of “Stampin’ Up!” with the appropriate punctuation and registered trademark sign (®).

Do Not

  • Use the name Stampin’ Up!—or anything deceptively similar—in the URL.
  • Represent yourself as the company or an official of the company.
  • Sell products directly from your website (with the exception of products allowed under the Cash-and-Carry Sales policy).
  • Have affiliate links to competitive products or companies.

For more details, go to the Internet/Website Policy and Competitive Activities Policy sections in the Demonstrator Policies document.

Blythe Klipple
Updates Coordinator