Monday, August 15, 2011

Great Idea!!

Hi Everyone!!

Can you believe that its already the middle of August already?!! The summer just seemed to speed by, but then it always does! I have been doing some stamping this summer, with a husband who works nights, it helps pass the time.

I wanted to throw this idea out there at you, so let me know if this is something that you might be interested in, feel free to pass this on to anyone who might want to get into stamping. I know how hard it is to find the time to have a workshop so that you can get some new stamping items, but I have this great idea. Why not have a catalog workshop?!

A catalog workshop is quite simple, I supply you with a catalog to use, you take the catalog with you to work, to your friends and family and let them brose through it. Then collect orders that total $150, it really isn’t that hard to do and can be done with as little as three people placing a $50 order each.

To make it even more fun, I have made up cards that I have stamped, they come with their very own envelope. Since you are having a catalog workshop, I wanted your customers to have alittle fun. With an order of at least $30, they can have one of the cards, inside the card is a coupon for any number of fun things. Like FREE shipping, or a FREE SU Classic stamp pad, or a FREE container of SU buttons or brads to list a few. They get to keep the card and enjoy a nice surprise!!

Because you are still the hostess, once you have your $150 or more order, you will receive not only the Stampin’ UP! Hostess benefits but I will also be giving you the Hostess gift that I give all my hostesses to show my appreciation. Remember with a workshop of at least $150 in sales, you will enjoy $25 in hostess dollars to spend on specially priced hostess products at the beginning of the catalog or any other catalog item that you have your heart set on. AND the catalog is yours to keep!!

Thanks for your time and look at it this way, you don’t even have to clean your house to have one of these workshops!! (Unless you want to!)

Cindy Ehlers


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