Mar 3, 2018

Leaving Stampin Up!

Hello my crafty friends

It is with a heavy heart that I tell you yesterday was my last day as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.

Being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator was absolutely one of the best things I have ever done.  I will always be grateful for all the friendships I’ve formed and what I’ve learned about myself through this process.

I never actually set out to be a demonstrator,  I have crafted for as long as I can remember whether it be knitting, crochet, cross-stitch…. and I dabbled in paper-crafting once I moved to Calgary in 1998, but just for my family and friendsI joined Stampin' Up! 4 years ago at a time in my life when I was going through lots of transitions and thought I could combine my love of crafting into a small business while on long term disability.  Unfortunately this was not possible due to the nature of my health issues. 

While I will continue to use many products from Stampin’ Up! — I can’t wait to spread my wings and begin dabbling in all areas of the craft world! I hope you will continue to follow my blog and join me as I discover new stamps, dies, and other crafty materials.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • If you are a on-line customer — Thank you! You may continue to purchase your product at StampinUp.com.
  • If you are a local customer — contact me and I will hook you up with a new demonstrator in the area.
If you have been thinking of trying Stampin’ Up! products or becoming a demonstrator yourself – Go for it, you wont regret it, can you tell I loved my job🙂 
If anyone wants to ask me anything about my journey or about Stampin’ Up! then please get in touch, I will definitely reply and try and answer any questions.
Thank you for reading my story
Hugs,



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