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Stampin’ Up Demonstrator

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Looking to be paid for doing what you love? Well, if you’re a fan of scrapbooking, then this is for you.

There are very few people who actually get to do jobs that they love however with scrapbooking, there are so many ways and opportunities to get paid and it is a convenient work from home venture. One of the most common avenues to do this is through the card and scrapbook company, Stampin Up.

How to Get Started as a Stampin’ Up Demonstrator

Stampin Up is a very popular scrapbooking company where you can join and they give you details and resources on how to start your own Stampin Up business. To get started with scrapbooking at Stampin Up, you will require a starter kit. They have two different types of kits which are the standard starter kit and the digital+ starter kit.

The standard Starter Kit includes

  • Four complete stamp sets (including a clear-mount set and clear-mount block)
  • A Stampin’ Around wheel, handle, and ink cartridge
  • Assortment of Designer Series Paper and card stock
  • White envelopes (40)
  • Four Classic Stampin’ Pads
  • Two Stampin’ Write markers
  • VersaMark Pad
  • Whisper White 5/8″ satin ribbon
  • Always Bird Décor Elements and applicator
  • Adhesives
  • Blender pen
  • Color Coach
  • Cupcake Punch
  • Stamping sponge
  • Stampin’ Scrub and Mist
  • Box of Idea Book & Catalogs
  • Business forms and tools

The Stampin’ Up Digital+ Starter Kit includes

  • My Digital Studio digital designing software
  • His & Hers Digital Content Collection DVD
  • One clear-mount stamp set (including a clear-mount block)
  • Assortment of card stock
  • Note cards and envelopes (20)
  • Four Classic Stampin’ Pads
  • Real Red 1/4″ grosgrain ribbon
  • Brights Designer Buttons
  • Always Bird Décor Elements and applicator
  • Adhesives
  • Blender Pen
  • Stampin’ Scrub and Mist
  • Box of Idea Book & Catalogs
  • Business forms and tools

New members who will be referred to as demonstrators, after joining can choose either of the two at the same price of $175. Both starter kits provide a wide assortment of products to help you as you begin your Stampin Up business.

After signing up, you will also receive product and business supplies which are valued at $340 that is an added bonus. The two kits have product supplies which include: Blender pen, Business forms and tools, Stampin scrub and Mist, Always Bird décor Elements and applicator, Box of Idea Book and Catalogs and Adhesives.

Whatever your goals are for scrapbooking, Stampin Up provides their customers with individualized service and the opportunity to meet their goals whether it is to provide family income, have a successful business or enjoy a hobby. Stampin Up also assists its demonstrators to establish a work from home full or part time career through scrapbooking. This work from home opportunity also ensures that its demonstrators become their own boss and create a business that meets their goals while also having a flexible schedule that enables them to have more time to spend with their families or doing other activities.

Stampin’ Up Potential Earnings:

One of the benefits of joining Stampin Up is that it helps you give great customer service and they have a great sense of teamwork involved in this company. Demonstrators get to meet with other demonstrators, brainstorm ideas and share tips and tricks for better performance of their businesses. Demonstrators keep 20% of the personal net sales they earn through workshops and personal customer (direct) sales.

Stampin’ Up Monthly Personal Sales / Personal Earnings Chart

Total Earnings
Instant Income
Volume Rebate

If, as a demonstrator, you recruit additional demonstrators, you will be eligible to earn a commission on your recruits sales, which is known as Downline Overrides.

Once demonstrators have adequate supplies and have enough equipment to start off their business, they can host a party which is also referred to as a workshop wherein their products can be sold at such home parties as Stampin Up products are not sold in stores. It is also an avenue for creative connection with other demonstrators which will help build their business and help them establish a great customer base.

3 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up Demonstrator”

  1. This is so cool! Thanks for sharing, I’m totally giving it a go as I’ve been wanting a fun way to earn extra cash. My biggest question was really how much of a discount do Stampin Up demonstrators get? They get a Whopping 20-25 percent!
    Discounts, or commissions, are 20 to 25 percent off Stampin’ Up! products. Following that, you can earn what’s called a volume rebate, which is calculated based on how many sales you make each month.

  2. There are actually a few other benefits to being a Stampin’ Up Demonstrator.

    • Significant Discounts– Demonstrators get discount of 20-25% on all Stampin’ Up! products
    • Training & Support -Demonstrators can access training, tutorials, inspiration, notifications and tracking through the Stampin’ Up! website.
    • Earnings– Earn up to 38% of personal purchases & customer sales.
    • Demonstrator Website – 2 Months FREE of your Demonstrator Business Website
    • You’ll gain access to great exclusive online community with supportive ideas & friendships at
    • Pre-Order & Sneak Peeks – You get to be the first too see and buy new products before they become available to the public
    • Bonus – a rewards program for demonstrators to earn more FREE stuff.
    • No Selling Required – You don’t actually have to sell, you can be a demonstrator just to buy items at a discount for yourself, your friends and family.
    • Free Trips – Stampin’ Up! offers an Incentive Trip every year that you can earn access to
    • Swag – You can purchase Stampin’ Up! Items containing logos, which aren’t available to customers
  3. I’ve been a Stampin’ Up Demonstrator for a couple of years now.

    In order to remain active in Stampin’ Up!, demonstrators must sell a minimum of $300 every three months. You should make a minimum 20% commission from sales of the program. Demonstrators must meet their monthly sales quotas to earn commissions from their downline.


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