UPDATES: June 18, 2019: Weekly Updates

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UPDATES: June 18, 2019: Weekly Updates

Blythe Klipple


June 18, 2019

Can It Be? The Holiday Catalog Is Coming!

At Stampin’ Up!, we get way too excited about the holidays to wait all the way until December to celebrate! In fact, we’re getting ready to release the highly anticipated holiday catalog and wanted to share a few key dates with you:

  • July 1–31, 2019: Holiday catalog mailing selector will be available.
  • July 27, 2019; 1:00 PM (MT): Holiday catalog PDF will be available on the demonstrator website.
  • August 1, 2019:
    • Holiday catalog preorder begins and runs until September 3. Watch for more details on August 1!
    • Eight-packs of the holiday catalog will be available for purchase or for redemption with flex points.
  • August 1–11, 2019: A complimentary catalog will be included with your first demonstrator order. Keep in mind that catalogs sent via standard (bulk) shipping can take up to three weeks to arrive depending on your location. If you’d like to get your hands on a complimentary holiday catalog before the customer sales period begins, don’t forget to place an order during demonstrator preorder!
  • Week of August 12, 2019: If you do not place a demonstrator order August 1–11, your complimentary copy of the holiday catalog will automatically be sent to you via standard (bulk) shipping.
  • September 4, 2019: The holiday catalog goes live to customers!

Visit the Catalog Details page to get more information on the 2019 holiday catalog.

Craft & Carry Tote Moving to Supply Items Page 

We have a limited inventory of Craft & Carry Tote Bags (item 149696) that were offered during Sale-A-Bration, and we will be making them available to purchase as a supply item beginning today—while supplies last. This branded bag is great to carry things to classes and workshop while promoting your business and Stampin’ Up! Visit the Supply Items page for more details.

Important note: During the first week the Craft & Carry Tote Bag is available as a supply item (June 18–24), demonstrator orders will be limited to one; ordering limits will be removed on June 25.

Supply Items on Sale 

We’re having a sale! Right now, our T-shirts, Stampin’ Hoodie, and Punch Print Cardigan are at a price so low, you can buy one for all your friends and family so they too can promote your business in style! But it’s only while supplies last, so don’t miss out!

Business Development Program Registration Opens Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, June 19, at 10:00 AM (MST), registration for the Business Development Program begins! Please keep in mind, registration is done on a first come, first served basis, and your entire form must be completed before any assignments can be made. 

Please also note that registration closes on June 28, at 11:00 AM (MT), so make sure to get your registration form submitted before time runs out! For further details about the Business Development Program, please refer back to last week’s update.

We are excited and hopeful that you will consider this program, and look forward to helping you progress in your business as an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. 

Click here to register.

Don’t Forget to Submit Your Heart of Stampin’ Up! Application

Have you submitted your Heart of Stampin’ Up! application? If not, don’t worry, you have until June 30, 2019 to complete and submit your application. Click hereto find out more about the Heart of Stampin’ Up! Award. 

Here are some thoughts from the 2018 Heart of Stampin’ Up! East recipient, Janet Gallion. 

Sara said, “Think big!” and that’s what I did. 

I have made and sold cards to benefit my local Meals on Wheels program for the past seventeen years. Meals on Wheels is a program that provides meals to people in the community who are unable to prepare their own meals. 

I saw that their 30-year-old kitchen needed some updating so I applied for the Heart of Stampin’ Up! Award to tackle the project. 

Much to my amazement, my project was selected! Stampin’ Up! is a company that has a passion for giving back and they are there for their demonstrators who share what they love and who are making a difference.

Help your cause and have memories that will last a lifetime. I strongly urge you to apply for this great opportunity to make a difference in your community and beyond.

Just go for it!

—Janet Gallion, 2018 Heart of Stampin’ Up! Recipient, East Region

Stampin’ Success Online

The latest issue of Stampin’ Success is available on the demonstrator website. Find exciting new ideas here

Remember to check out the Online Extras as well. There are flyers available to download and print for your events and instructions for all Event of the Month projects.

Policies Reminder: Selling Products Online

As we embark on a new annual catalog, this is a great time to review policies relating to selling products online as well as the Cash-and-Carry policy.

Current products may not be sold on internet sites such as Stampin’ Connection, Facebook, eBay, or Amazon except for those items permitted under the Cash-and-Carry policy. Please keep this in mind as we transition between catalogs. Items from the annual catalog, occasions catalog, and Sale-A-Bration brochure that are not carried over into another catalog or sold in the online store are considered retired the day after the catalog sales period ends. Web-only products (such as the Everything Is Rosy Product Medley) are considered retired one year from the date they were last available.

Items available for Cash-and-Carry sales by demonstrators include adhesives, Paper Pumpkin kits (where available), and demonstrator-produced kits composed of consumable products which are not in original Stampin’ Up! packaging. Kits may not include pre-stamped images. Any kits sold on blogs or personal websites must also fall within these restrictions.

You may want to review the Demonstrator Policies document (EN FR) found in the Print Lab to help with any additional questions not addressed here. Thank you for your cooperation with these policies as you answer the call of creativity!

This Week’s Succeed Weekly

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

Blythe Klipple
Updates Coordinator