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Hello Beauty~

My name is Jean Piersanti, I am an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  I became a Hobby Demonstrator in 2011 when my family moved to Phoenix, AZ and I found myself without any friends.  I decided to find these friends through mutual love of papercrafts.  Over the past few years, I decided to make my hobby a business.  I still love saving on my purchases, but I enjoy the extra income of making this into a business.  Now I have so many friends, not only in Phoenix but all over the world.  It is an experience I never knew was possible.  I'd love to have you join me in my venture and I am happy to help you in any way I can to be successful as a hobby or business demonstrator.

Thank you for you interest in becoming a part of my team.  If you would like to become a demonstrator and part of my team, please click on the Join Now link.  If you are considering becoming an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator you probably have many questions and need more information.  If this is the case, please feel free to email me at jeanpiersanti@gmail.com or  text/call 775-771-0142.

Things to think about:
  • NO parties or workshops required
  • Be a part of  an amazing team with great leaders and friends.
  • Join to make this a hobby or to make it a business
  • You get a 20% discount on everything—YES you can share your discount with anyone
  • Ability to get new products early – sneak peeks before regular and mini catalog releases
  •  If you change your mind and want to “drop”, there is NO penalty.
  •  Pre-order select Stampin' Up! stamps, tools and embellishments a month or more before the customers sales period.
  • Earn free hostess sets and merchandise.
  • Receive Stampin' Up! Exclusive Updates
  • Be inspired with video tutorials and project ideas on the Stampin' Up! demonstrator web site

Stampin’ Up! Is a privately owned, direct sales company who designs and manufactures rubber stamps and paper crafting products. With a headquarters in Riverton, Utah, the company was founded by two sisters in 1988 and is currently run by Sara Douglass, the daughter of co-founder Shelli Gardner.

Stampin’ Up! products can’t be found in stores but are instead sold through a vast network of independent demonstrators around the world.

What's the difference between a Hobbyist vs. a Business Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator ? 

Unlike company employees, we are considered independent sales consultant / demonstrators and act as an independent contractor.  We have the freedom to represent and sell Stampin’ Up! products as much or as little as we want (as long as we meet the quarterly requirement of buying or selling a $300 minimum.  Working Part time or full time is our own choice.

Stampin' Up! Demonstrators are usually one of two types: being either a hobbyists or business builder.

A hobbyist is a demonstrator who buys the starter kit because they love stamping, making cards, paper crafting, scrapbooking and memory keeping. They typically purchase their own supplies and get their discount.  That's it... No more, other than their own savings on their hobby supply. However, hobbyists do like to get others involved so they can make a little cash and can get some of their products for free.

A "Business Builder" is Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, like myself, who tries to sell  products and  build their team by recruiting others to become demonstrators on their team.  We may work several hours a week, or even full time, to teach card making classes, host workshops and network to find new customers and recruits. I like to do mine mainly online through teaching on YouTube and Monthly Zoom Online Classes.  Some successful demonstrators earn a good living from Stampin’ Up!, and others may make enough to help pay some bills or take their family on vacation – depending on their commitment, hustle, team and sales.

Stampin’ Up! demonstrators can earn different levels of achievement, or titles, based on their success. These levels include:

  • Bronze
  • Bronze Elite
  • Silver
  • Silver Elite
  • Gold
  • Gold Elite
  • Platinum
  • Platinum Elite

For example, to get from Bronze to Bronze Elite, you must have rolling sales of $1,800 (US). To continue promoting up in the company, additional sales targets must be met along with specific recruitment goals to build your team.

As you move up you can earn product credits and bonuses which can be redeemed for a variety of different things such as Annual Incentive Trip (which I have achieved twice since making my decision to be a Business Builder instead of a Hobbyist). In addition, the commission structure and bonuses will increase as you progress through the demonstrator levels.

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Starter Kit

The Stampin’ Up Demonstrator starter kit is the best deal in the entire catalog. You will be prompted to select up to $125 worth of products from the current catalogs for just $99 (US). You are free to pick out whatever products you want, and will also get free shipping and a business supply kit valued at $50 that includes catalogs and order forms.