Saturday, 11 December 2010

'What women really want'



Imagine receiving the most versatile, sturdy and portable die cutting & embossing machine on the market for Christmas! Better still when you purchase from a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, you receive set-up, training and ideas to maximise the use of your machine as well as the confidence that your warranty is serviced within Australia.

When you purchase a machine from Liz Collett, you also receive 10 free Big Shot Club Classes valued at $100. Big Shot Club Classes normally cost $10 each and include a make & take and commence in January (25th & 30th – 'With One Die”) and you can find more details as well as the February/March dates on the upcoming class schedule. If you have already purchased a machine in 2010, you are also eligible for this offer.

Place you order by contacting Liz on 0448 896 001 or email liz@danichbe.com
PLEASE ORDER BY DECEMBER 15th TO GUARANTEE CHRISTMAS DELIVERY

Monday, 8 November 2010

A Christmas Card with a Handy Hint

Have you ever gone to create a card and found you don't have all the materials to complete your vision. Recently I have been ploughing through huge anounts of striped DSP (Designer Series Paper or Scrapbooking Paper) to the point I had none left! The solution is to create your own from strips of Stampin' Up! cardstock. The best part about this is that you can create your own custom combination - how awesome is that! A big thank you to Leonie Conyers, my friend and fellow demonstrator, who showed me this idea which had come in turn come from a very smart customer of hers. There are pictures below detailing how I made the striped cardstock for the Christmas Card which I recently presented as a Make & Take at my weekend workshop. If you would like to make this card or any other project, it is not too late to book a Christmas Workshop - email or ring me to work out a date.

Firstly cut your chosen cardstock colours into 1/4 and 1/8 inch wide strips (you could of course vary this to your own design).

Next, adhere these strips across another A4 sheet (choose something you have bucket-loads of!)

Finally, slice your hand made striped card-stock crosswise in 1/4 inch strips - how beautiful! When I put these strips on my card, I thought it really finished the design off well, creating a bold visual.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Dress Up Christmas Bundle Class Series


Stampin' Up! is offering 4 bundles and you can find the full details on my Stampin' Up! website www.lizcollett.stampinup.net

My personal favourite is the 'Welcome Christmas' Bundle, which is why I am running classes with this particular bundle. The specialty DSP is not available separately, which is a shame as it is stunning and I would be personally using tons of it if I could! Below is a clearer snapshot of this DSP, which includes 2 flocked designs - how gorgeous! We will be making 6 projects, including 4 cards, one scrapbooking page suitable for framing and an ornament. Please book asap as I am running these classes in my home studio and numbers are strictly limited.


Thursday, 30 September 2010

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Sarah's Wedding Place Cards


Check out the place cards I have made for my friend Sarah's wedding on Friday I delivered 81 place cards and 10 table names this afternoon to Sarah's mum & dad and thankfully they were thrilled with the result.

Orange is a popular bridal colour at the moment and Sarah had requested burnt orange. Thank goodness I knew this before the last catalogue ended, as I was able to buy up on 'Really Rust' Card Stock. Each black card base is a 1/4 of an A4 folded in half. I printed the names directly onto Whisper White Card Stock and matted them with the Really Rust Cardstock, which I ran through the Big Shot using some bridal embossing folders (non SU). I think the black ribbon wrapped around the rust and white makes these the Rolls Royce of place cards. The cards were adhered to the black folded bases with dimensionals.

I'll try to remember to take some shots of the cards on the tables on Friday - this photo was quickly snapped as Sarah's dad checked over the spelling with Marianne (Sarah's soon to be MIL) and we bagged them up into tables ready to be delivered to the reception. Lesson of the day is, it takes longer to print 81 names, adhere them and tie black ribbon bows, than you might think!

Monday, 20 September 2010

Imagine


Having fun sharing papercrafting socially with the Paper Angels


Getting a minimum 20% discount

on your stamping supplies & still receive Hostess Benefits*


Self Funding your Stamping Supplies


Being able to make a difference in others lives


Receiving a fabulous Demo Newsletter in your mailbox each week


Having access to Demonstrator Websites and thousands of ideas


Adding to your family's income


Receiving the entire NEW In Color Ink Pads,

Card Stock & Markers for FREE

The Paper Angels Group

of Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrators

is growing & we would love you to

join us!


Simply click on the following link

My password is 'Paper Angels'


http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/lizcollett/startyourownbusiness


Happy to answer any questions, so please

ring 0448 896 001 or email liz@danichbe.com

* on orders over $300 ( Demonstrator Cost only $240 plus postage!)



Monday, 30 August 2010

LAST CHANCE TO ORDER

A4 CARDSTOCK at LOWEST PRICE

Beat the NEW Catalogue Price Increase for A4 Cardstock

Currently a pack of 24 sheets of cardstock is $10.50 plus shipping/handling

That's a very small 46 cents each (including shipping/handling)


On Wednesday the 1st of September the price will rise to $13.95 plus shipping/handling

Whilst this will still represent excellent value for Stampin' Up's high quality cardstock, this represents an increase of 15 cents per sheet to 61 cents (including shipping/handling)


ORDER TODAY (Monday 30th August) or TOMORROW

10 packs of A4 (240 sheets) and pay only $110.25

(After Wednesday this will cost you $146.50)


All A4 stocks of Neutrals have SOLD OUT (black, white, kraft, gray, sahara)

ONLY Single Colour Packs are available to order

(KIWI KISS SOLD OUT)


You may also order single packs or boutique mixed packs*


*Mixed packs must only be non retiring colours and are assembled by myself

Each mixed pack must add up to 24 sheets


Stampin' Up! Mixed Packs of 36 sheets are also available at $14.50

(In Color Mixed Pack is SOLD OUT)


EMAIL or PHONE me ASAP

Available only whilst Stocks Last

Sunday, 22 August 2010

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

NEW Idea Book & Catalogue Launch

3 Ways to receive
your NEW Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalogue


    Place a $100 product order in August

(Click here to view the Last Chance List as well as monthly specials)

    Pay $10 to attend one of 3 catalogue launches

    (includes catalogue valued at $12.95, FREE make & take, demonstration and light refreshments)

    Book a Workshop in September or October


If you place a $100 order in August or book a workshop in September/October, you may attend one of the 3 launches at no cost.


3 Catalogue Launch Dates & Venues to choose from


Sunday 29th August 2 - 5 at my Home Studio

17 Mossvale Dve, Wakerley 4154


Tuesday 31st August 10 - 12 at Craft Group

Wynnum Manly Workers Club, Bognor St, Tingalpa


Wednesday 1st September 7 - 9

Ursula's Studio 40 Exilis St, Rochedale


These are all designed as 'drop in drop out' events, which means you can arrive at any time between the times listed. The make & take will take approximately 15 minutes to complete, with the demonstration taking a similar time. Other opportunities will be catalogue highlights, displays, refreshments and of course chatting, so who knows maybe you will stay for the entire time & you are most welcome to do so. I will have a bundle of Stampin' Up! Goodies at each venue to give away. Proceeds from these door prizes will continue to support our Mater Mother's Bereavement (Footprint) Programme so we will give each attendee a ticket in exchange for a gold coin donation. Prizes will be drawn at the conclusion of each event and you do not need to stay to win. RSVP is absolutely essential so that I prepare enough make & takes and have catalogues available. You may pay your $10 when you arrive or if you have ordered $100 product in August or book a September/October workshop, you can attend at no charge. I will also have some stocks of ex demo stock available for sale at these events.


If you have been thinking about joining our fun team of demonstrators, you might like to consider attending a catalogue launch 'sneak peak' at our next demonstrators meeting on Saturday 28th August 2.30 – 5 at Wynnum Manly Leagues Club, Wondall Rd, Manly West. Come along and see why we love what we do! RSVP is essential and cost to attend is $5 and includes 2 make & takes.


To RSVP to any of these events, please email liz@danichbe.com or phone 0448 896 001

Thursday, 22 July 2010

Florist Ribbon Bows

video

I have been asked many times, how the Paper Angels make our gorgeous bows on our charity event raffle prizes. Having been taught by the lovely Ursula, I thought I would share what I have learned in a technique video.

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Scrapbooking Quadrangle Design

This is a really simple, yet effective design that you can use whenever it is possible to trim photos down to 4 inch squares.

1. Divide a 12x12 base into quadrangles and add four mats. measuring 5 3/4 inches square.
2. Cut the photo mats to 4 1/2 inch squares.
3. Adhere the top right and bottom left photos to the mats and raise with dimensionals.
4. Adhere the top left and bottom right photo mats directly to the base.

The sky is the limit in terms of choosing your colour scheme and embellishing the lower right quadrant. I used 'Friends 24-7' Stamp Set to create the first two layouts and then for the third layout, I used 4 photos so I popped an embellishment in the middle - easy!

I have used 'Haiku' Designer Series Paper with some Rich Razzleberry thrown in to create a layout for Jeanette, who is one of our Demonstrator Support Agents in Sydney. Jeanette is pictured with Leonie at our recent Convention in Sydney - as you can see, they had lots of fun playing to the camera.

My daughter Dana and her friend Jess had fun goofing around on the weekend, with Jess trying her hardest to correct Dana's 'Wallace & Grommit' style smile! I think it was the braces that encouraged her to draw back her mouth to the outside of the wire - it's kind of scary sometimes! Jess helped me out with the colour scheme, which I borrowed from her shirt - Orchid Opulence, Basic Grey & Basic Black.

This recently posted layout, showcases the quadrant layout too. The scallop border was added to this layout using strips of glitter cardstock, which were edged with the scallop border punch and jigsawed back together. The first two layouts were accented with scallop square punched out pieces of cardstock jigsawed back together.

Happy Scrapbooking!

Monday, 12 July 2010

Coorparoo Christmas in July Card Event

This year saw our first 'Christmas in July' Card Making Event at Canossa Kindergarten in Coorparoo. Sister Belen kindly offered us the use of this most beautiful venue, when she learnt we were struggling to secure a suitable venue in the area. This generous offer certainly made it more viable to run a charity event, which supports our 'Footprint & Name Cards' for the Mater Mother's Bereavement Programme. You can see I caught Sister at a crucial moment as she concentrated intently to use the paper piercer with the stitching guide. I had to share a snapshot of our yummy afternoon tea - the Caramel Torte was a particular stand out. I'll admit I took a full slice which I was enjoying until Bec informed me she had only taken 1/2 a slice of the mudcake, so she could fit into her bathers at Hamilton Island which is the Stampin Up Incentive Trip which we have both earned. Possibly seeing the look of horror on my face, as I realised I was not paying attention to this imminent event, she tried very hard to make me feel better by pointing out that my torte was way fluffier & lighter than her mudcake choice - oh, I do hope so!

Here is the lovely Jenny Wells, who exceeded herself when she rolled up with 180 Christmas Card Donations for the 'Cards for Troops', which will be sent to Australian Troops serving overseas to send back to their families. Sister Belen and many others contributed cards and we are really excited that by August 1st, we should be able to make a real difference in ensuring that soldiers will not be short on cards to send home to loved ones. If you'd like to read another fabulous entry on this subject, check out Leonie's blog http://stampandscrapinheaven.blogspot.com/2010/07/cards-for-troops.html

Every year, we work really hard to make sure our display boards are full of inspiring samples and we encourage you to photograph, copy & share our creations

Seven demonstrators capably led all the customers through 8 projects, which are designed to get your 'Creative Mojo' going. Don't we always need ideas & inspiration when it comes to Christmas, especially when we want to make something lovely that we can make multiples of in a reasonable time space. My choice of card to make will be the Herringbone Card, which is a super clever creation of Leonie's. Believe me, you will want to learn how to make this card as it is impressive but oh so easy - the perfect card! Special mention must go to Amanda, one of our lovely demonstrators who speaks Japanese fluently and was able to give instruction to one of our newer guest who is relatively new to cardmaking - I was extremely impressed!

Thank you to Jenny, Bec, Keren, Kate, Amanda & Felicity for their dedication & skill in leading their tables. We had so much fun and the day was really lovely! Also thank you to Dianna, who very kindly came and helped Kate & I set up the day before.

One of the highlights of our events is the Card Competition, kindly sponsored with generous prizes donated by Stampin' Up! We all enjoyed looking at the almost 50 cards entered and voting on 3 winners. The Card Competition raised $24, with each entry costing 50 cents.

Here are our lovely Card Competition Winners, proudly displaying their prizes!

A spectacular $610 was raised through our raffle, which will be used to fund our 'Footprint & Name Cards' for the Mater Mother's Bereavement Programme. Check out all those happy smiles!

Again a big thank you to Sister Belen, but also to the staff & friends of Canossa who allowed us to use their lovely facility. Thank you to Pat, Rachael, Teresa, Catherine, Lucile and a number of husbands/fathers who helped make this day such a success.

If you are reading this and wish you could have come, it is not too late! I have some places available this Saturday 17th at Victoria Point or Sunday 18th at Pine Rivers. Please do ring me urgently on 3348 9456 or 0448 896 001. We'd love you to come and share a great day with us.

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

10 Great Reasons

Bookings are closing very soon for our much anticipated Christmas Card Workshops. Whilst there are still limited places available, we need to close off bookings, so that we can ensure that the materials that we need to order for you arrive in time. I thought I would take the opportunity to remind you of all the fabulous reasons that you will want to come to one of these events.

1.
Number one reason to come to the Christmas Card Workshops
is the wonderful, creative & fun PEOPLE that you will find there.

2.
The PROJECTS have been designed to be elegant, simple & repeatable,
using a great stash of Stampin' Up! papers, dies, tools, ribbon & bling.

3.
If you have been to a Christmas Card Workshop, you will know we always have
great prizes. This year Stampin' Up! have been extremely generous in their support
and we have well over $1000 of product to give away at each event. Pictured below
are the RAFFLE PRIZES for the Coorparoo Event.

The proceeds from these fabulous raffle prizes ensures we continue to support the Mater Mothers Bereavement Footprints Programme.

4.
There is always a great supply of DISPLAY PROJECTS that you are welcome to photograph.

5.
The CARD COMPETITION costs 50 cents per card to enter. We would like to see Christmas Cards created primarily with Stampin' Up! Product. Participants in the Workshop will then
vote and 3 lucky winners will share in $250 in prizes!

6.
Of course, we always have a lovely AFTERNOON TEA to enjoy together.

7.
This year we will have a special box at all our Christmas Workshops. We will be collecting Christmas Card Donations for our Australian Troops serving overseas as part of a
'CARDS FOR TROOPS' program. These cards will ensure soldiers are able to send a card home at Christmas to their loved ones. This project is being coordinated for the Paper Angels by the lovely Anna Wheaton who is in turn helping 2 NSW Stampin Up Demonstrators who initiated this idea. So please, do bring along any cards you did not use from last year and we ask please if you can provide envelopes with the cards.

8.
We will have SPOT PRIZES during the course of the day

9.
COLOR INSTRUCTIONS will ensure you can recreate
your favourite workshop projects at home

10.
Get your CREATIVE MOJO working

NEWS FLASH
Due to popular demand, I am now committing to tables at the Victoria Point & Springwood Venues. If you wish to transfer your booking to either of these venues, please contact me as a matter of urgency by phone 0448 896 001 or email liz@danichbe.com

Sunday 11th July | Coorparoo | Canossa Kindergarten
Saturday 17th July | Victoria Point | Sharks Sporting Club
Sunday 18th July | Pine Rivers | Pine Rivers Bowls Club
Saturday 31st July | Rochedale | Springwood Bowls Club
Sunday 1st August | Wellington Point | Redlands Sporting Club

To book, either phone with credit card details OR use the PayPal option below





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Wednesday, 23 June 2010

My Stampin' Up! Story

Well, I guess this is well overdue and I hope some of you find this interesting to read, albeit a bit long. At our recent Stampin' Up! 2010 Convention in Sydney, we were encouraged as Demonstrators to share our Stampin' Up! story with others. Telling my story via a blog post seems the best idea, because honestly people would kill me if I repeated this at each workshop.

Lets go back a few years to 2005. My family had finally 'crawled' its way back to Brisbane after spending 5 years in Melbourne & Canberra. To be honest we thought we'd be gone from Brisbane for 1-2 years, so 5 years absent was not our original plan. Of course this extended absence was 'meant to be' because we met the most lovely people, making some treasured friends and having experiences that have shaped us. Having left Brisbane at the end of 2000 for Melbourne, we then relocated to Canberra in 2002. It was in Canberra that my paper-craft hobby became my work also. I was offered a teaching role at a Scrapbooking Store as well as a contracting role at an Australian Wholesaler called Aussie Scrap Source. I primarily taught heritage scrap-booking using Anna Griffin products at the store and designed samples for paper-craft magazine advertising at the wholesaler. I also was a bit of a multi tasker - aren't all women this - at Aussie Scrap Source, filling orders, answering the phone and attending trade shows. I loved this job and I also loved the people who I worked with, Cheryl Durey being my boss. I had more or less given up on returning to Brisbane and had thrown myself fully into Canberra, my friends and my wonderful jobs. But then as you know, life doesn't stay constant and changes when you least expect it to. Work had dried up for my husband in Canberra and we went through a time of financial & family/marital turmoil. Interestingly, my paper-craft gave me the release I needed from the stress I was suffering - I honestly think it saved my sanity. Things got a bit exciting when Cheryl asked if I would like to go to CHA, which is the Craft & Hobby Association Show for businesses/wholesalers in the US. My goodness - this was a dream come true. I never imagined Cheryl would ask me to go with her and I was very excited.

But then, my husband got work in Brisbane! OK, this was good on one front, but as it was a contracting role the longevity is always in question. So I limped along with 4 children by myself in Canberra for about 6 months until we could be sure it was worth relocating permanently. Time came to relocate and telling my boss Cheryl I was moving was really hard as we got along so well and I was looking forward to continuing to see & be a part of her business growing, as well as also going to CHA. Cheryl was very understanding and even offered that I still travel to CHA with her even once I had moved to Brisbane. Sadly I had to refuse this offer as my husband contracts, so no work means no pay and that just wasn't an option with the huge relocation costs we were facing. Still, I was lucky enough to still be on the Aussie Scrap Source Design Team, which meant I was working on innovative cutting edge ideas & projects designed by Cheryl such as the 'A-Z album', 'Everyday Moments' and wholesale class program. Even once I was back in Brisbane, every month I would create scrap-booking layouts using product that was sent to me. How neat was this! Free products to create layouts for magazines. Sounds perfect, doesn't it? However there were two problems. Firstly the person who had replaced me when I left Aussie Scrap Source was obsessed with punctuation amongst other things, and quite frankly it used to really annoy me how I would receive critical & curt emails addressing my supposed lack of punctuation and slackness at not having the latest publishing software! This did not help my creative mojo at all! But first and foremost, there was something really important missing and that was 'human contact'! Really, it doesn't matter how much product you have, if you are paper-crafting alone, it is pretty lonely and somewhat meaningless. I missed teaching classes and sharing the fun of paper-craft with others.

So in 2006, I dragged myself along to a Papercrafts Festival in Brisbane. I wasn't particularly sure why I had gone as I sort of figured I'd seen it all and trust me the ridiculously long 45 minute wait in the hot sun whilst I waited in a ticket queue where only 2 people were serving, almost had me turning on my heels - I actually got sunburnt that day! However, there most certainly a glowing silver lining in that day - Stampin' Up! were there and I had definitely heard of them previously. Not only had I seen them in the US magazines, but I had also heard about them first hand by a US citizen who was also a colleague of my husband's whilst in Canberra. She had come along to my classes whilst visiting Canberra on assignment from her software company. She came to dinner one night and said to me, I should be a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator! How funny is that? I have lost contact with this lovely lady but I'd sure like to catch up with her again and let her know what has since happened! (Stampin' Up! wasn't in Australia when she made this comment)

That very day I took the paperwork at the Papercrafts Festival and then went on to attend the Brisbane information evening. Fate then intervened for a while and a rather painful condition called Chostochondritis had me in extraordinary pain and unable to really fulfill my role as a Design team Member for Aussie Scrap Source. Ultimately, I resigned from the design team and became a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

My only 'reservations' were that I did not consider myself a 'direct sales person'. However, this did not matter at all because I love the Stampin Up Products but more importantly I love sharing my love of all things papercraft with other people. Basically if you love what you do, it truly does not matter about the rest. I have learnt to present more confidently in front of new people to the point that people mistake me for a confident person! I'm not that at all, just someone who was lucky enough to find the right 'vehicle'.

The next 4 years as demonstrator really require another essay, so lets save that for another post. Suffice to say, I am so happy I decided to become a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator because I am a firm believer in the philosophies (Statement of the heart) of Stampin' Up! and it has been responsible for me meeting the most wonderful people & having the privilege of making a difference in other people's lives. I do not speak often of what I have 'achieved' in the past 4 years as I am always looking forward and not back. However, I will share with you that I have achieved the (top 25) Demonstrator of the Year for 4 years running (2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010), as well as the last 3 Incentive Trips & the 'Heart of Stampin' Up!' Award in 2009 which is given to one demonstrator in Australia. These achievements would not have been possible without the wonderful team of demonstrators, to which I belong - the 'Paper Angels'. Belonging to a fun, cohesive group of creative souls, has made all the difference in my life and I am grateful to each & every one of our team, whether they are discount, hobby or career demonstrators.

Pictured above is Rebecca Ross, Shelli Gardner (Co Founder & CEO of Stampin' Up! and myself). If you have any questions about my story, I would be happy to answer them.

NEW Stampin' Connection


Stampin’ Connection is Stampin’ Up!’s NEW online discussion and social forum and is available as an exclusive benefit of signing up to be a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.. In this resource, you’ll find mediums for sharing business questions, concerns, ideas, and suggestions. You’ll also find great resources like projects and videos. Additionally, Stampin’ Connection is a place where you can go to receive or to give help—it’s a true online community just for demonstrators.

Additionally we have set up a sub forum within Stampin Connection for the 'Paper Angels' which is our team of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators. Already we have loaded up 15 class instructions ready for you to print and use in your own workshops,classes & get togethers. Several conversation threads are also yielding inspiring advice and ideas. Whether you might be thinking about being a hobby/discount demonstrator or a business demonstrator, you will find this FREE service informative & inspiring.

Imagine receiving a discount on all your papercraft purchases, belonging to a fun group of ladies who love to share ideas, making a difference in other peoples lives, and many many more benifits. Save 20% when you join as a Stampin Up Demonstrator before July 31st. Learn more about becoming a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Deal of the Week #4


Save up to almost 50% in the last week of Stampin' Up's Deal of the Week. In this fourth and final week, specials include selected rhinestone brads and grosgrain ribbon as pictured below. Imagine the difference a little bling or some gorgeous ribbon will make to your project. This deal closes Tuesday 29th of June, however, I would ask that I could close orders on the Monday evening the 28th of June. As usual you will find a PayPal option for ordering these accessories at the bottom of this posting. You are also welcome to phone me and use credit card over the phone or direct deposit into my bank account.

109113 pg 149 Square Ice Rhinestone brads
was $19.95 Now $11.97
109113 pg 149 Circle Ice Rhinestone brads
was $19.95 Now $11.97
109112 pg 149 Square Fire Rhinestone brads
was $19.95 Now $11.97
111848 pg 150 Bashful Blue 1" double-stitched grosgrain ribbon
was $19.95 Now $10.97
109050 pg 151 Certainly Celery 5/8" grosgrain ribbon
was $14.95 Now $8.97





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Thursday, 17 June 2010

Be a Demonstrator and save 20% until July 31st


Be a Demonstrator and save 20% until July 31st

Stampin' Up!'s Statement of the Heart begins by stating that we 'love what we do and share what we love'. To accomplish that vision, Stampin' Up! has teamed with independent contractors--called demonstrators--to help people everywhere discover their creativity.

The link to my Stampin' Up! Website (Be a Demonstrator Video Link in the right hand side bar), explores the opportunity to become a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. Being a demonstrator is an incredible chance to combine a fun-filled pastime with a great home-based business, and it's also a way to help others achieve worthwhile accomplishments. As you explore this link, you may need my 'Recruiter Authorization Password', which is 'Paper Angels'. This password will enable you to check out the demonstrator agreement as well as the starter kit order form. After that, if you have any questions, I would be happy to answer by phone, email or in person over a cuppa.

Absolutely the best thing about being a demonstrator is the new friendships you will make with people who share your love of creating. You don't need to be an expert, because being a part of the Paper Angels Group of Independent Demonstrators will mean you will be surrounded by people who will enjoy sharing their skills and knowledge with you. Monthly colour newsletters, demonstrator website resources and get togethers will keep your creative mojo going.

As an added extra bonus, I have 3 exclusive packs to give away to the first 3 new demonstrators in my team to respond to the 20% off the starter kit before July 31st. If you are one of these 3, you will receive a special Stampin' Up! Enviro Shopping Bag I picked up at the recent Sydney Convention, along with a full pack of A4 cardstock (colours will vary), craft magazine and an ex demo pack of ink pad, marker and re-inker.

Please do ring me if you can imagine discovering your creativity, whilst you make friends and save money on your own purchases. Discount & Hobby Demonstrators are very welcome, so please don't think you have to be a super busy workshop demonstrator in order to consider this opportunity.

love & best wishes

Liz 0448 896 001 | liz@danichbe.com