Monday 22 July 2019

What would you put in your starter kit? £155 product for only £99

Hi there,

As the flyer above says, if you've been thinking about becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, now is the time to turn that thought into action. You can get lots of extra value by signing up while our EXTRA EXTRA promotion is running - until the end of August. And extra £25 in your Starter Kit making a total of £155,  and then a voucher for £8.00 to redeem in August - and all for only £99. 

Do you find it hard to visualise what you could get in your Starter Kit? I have put together a selection of products which would be perfect to get a beginner crafter up and running in their new hobby. Of course you can swap anything I have suggested for other products but if you go with my suggestions you will initially be able to make at least 55 cards with lots of non-consumable products left over to carry on crafting. 

To start off with, I am suggesting you include in your kit two of our all inclusive kits. First off - the Looking Up card Kit 

Looking Up Card Kit Stampin Up

This is such a great kit which makes 15 cards, 3 each of 5 designs and costs £25. And they are great for masculine cards which are always so hard to make. It includes 15 printed card blanks, a stamp set, ink spot, clear block, printed envelopes, printed and foil die cut images and more embellishments - all in a sturdy printed kraft gift box. These kits are great for taking on holiday - all you need to add is some adhesive and scissors!  

Looking Up Card Kit Stampin Up

The second kit I would include is the Lots of Happy Card Kit at £33. Again an all inclusive kit with everything you need to make 20 fabulous cards. 

Again it comes in a lovely kraft, printed box and includes 20 printed card blanks and printed envelopes, lots of die cuts, 4 watercolour pencils, ribbon, a clear block and a Stampin' Spot. Again just pop in some adhesive and scissors and you're good to go! 

Lots of Happy Card Kit Stampin Up

If you want to see more hop over to my original blog post about this kit by CLICKING HERE. Here are just a few of the cards I made with the kit. 

Lots of Happy Card Kit Stampin Up

Those two kits come to £58 together - so what else could you spend the remaining £97 on?

These are my suggestions:

Starter Kit Stampin Up

I would include the "Celebrate With Cake" bundle from the new Beginners Brochure, at £43.50,  and which comprises of the stamp set, a D clear block, two stamp pads and a pack of 20 note cards and envelopes. 

And then I would add in another couple of stamp pads - you can choose the colours - a Memento black stamp pad and some essential craft tools - our brilliant snips, some Tombow glue, a bone folder, a Simply Shammy for cleaning you stamps and a pack of stamp cases (one to keep the Shammy in and the others for the stamp sets in the kits once the cards in the kits have been made up.

I made a little video to show you the contents of my suggested Starter Kit for Beginners which you can watch by CLICKING HERE or on the image below. 

I look forward to hearing from you - please get in touch if you'd like to have a very informal, absolutely no obligation chat about joining or if you have any questions.

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