UPDATES: July 6, 2021: Weekly Updates

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UPDATES: July 6, 2021: Weekly Updates

Blythe Klipple

New Bundle Focus selling tools are now available! If you don’t know about the Bundle Focus program, take a few minutes to learn how it could help you in your business. Don’t wait, start planning with the new items or choose from previously posted bundles.


Embrace every opportunity—including this month’s Paper Pumpkin kit! There’s only one week left to subscribe to The Adventure Begins Paper Pumpkin Kit and it’s an adventure you won’t want to miss!

Like the still moments before a great adventure, the kit’s designs contain a quiet energy that hint at all the grand possibilities of what is yet to come. Share this kit with your family and friends about to embark on a new journey and make connections while you explore and discover new levels of your creativity!

Subscribe (US | CA) to The Adventure Begins Paper Pumpkin Kit today—before it’s too late. Explore the promotions page while you’re at it!


For nine weeks beginning on 16 June, we will host “An Office Hour with . . . ” a demonstrator on the Demonstrator Planning Place (DPP). Each week, the selected demonstrator will talk about a practice that has worked for their business—and they’ll share how others might benefit using the same strategy.

“Office Hours” will feature a live 15-minute discussion of the featured business practice, 15 minutes of Q&A, and 30 minutes of live chat monitoring (with more Q&A). If you can’t catch the Office Hour live, no worries! We’ll mark the post as an announcement and you can watch it at your leisure. (Office Hours will also post as a guide in the DPP.)

Schedule for three upcoming weeks:

6 July 2021: From Australia, Ellen Woodbridge at 6:00 PM (MT)
14 July 2021: From Austria, Martina Auer at 11:00 AM (MT)
21 July 2021: From the United States, Hattie Nelson at 7:00 PM (MT)
Keep an eye on the DPP for more Office Hours details!


The joy of papercrafting is something we believe should be shared with everyone—and it’s the reason we started our #SimpleStamping campaign. By creating and sharing easy-to-make, inexpensive projects, our hope is to show beginner crafters how fun and easy papercrafting can be.

We’ve loved what you’ve been sharing, and we can’t wait to see more! We’re still sending surprises each month to a select number of participating demonstrators to thank them for posting their #SimpleStamping projects; have you shared yours yet? (Remember: We want as many people as possible to see your creation, so please share your card outside of the Demonstrator Planning Place to get as much exposure as possible.)

Here are the creative parameters for the next #SimpleStamping challenge:

July’s #SimpleStamping Challenge

Theme: Thinking of you
Supplies: Stamps, ink and paper and Designer Series Paper
Remember to keep your project simple, share it using #SimpleStamping, and most of all—have fun!


Personal websites and blogs are powerful tools for developing your online presence. But with this great power, you are responsible for upholding the policies Stampin’ Up! has in place for those tools. We encourage you to read over the do’s and don’ts of running personal websites and blogs, so you can connect with others while complying with Stampin’ Up! policies.


Include a statement that you are an independent demonstrator.
Indicate that your blog content is your sole responsibility and that Stampin’ Up! does not endorse your website.
Accompany images (taken from either the Stampin’ Up! website or handmade projects you’ve created) with the appropriate Stampin’ Up! copyright notice (©).
Example: (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 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).
Include affiliate links to competitive products or companies.
We encourage any creative outlet for demonstrators, and we love your online content. If you keep the do’s and don’ts in mind, there’ll be no stopping you. Keep up the good work!

To review last week’s updates, click here.