Friday, August 10, 2007

SU Signup Special

Oh I'm so excited about this special. Ok, what is it?

Choose Your Family Promotion
Between Grandma Louise (who drips with sweetness) and your oh-so-suave brother, Vic, you know that in life you can’t choose your own family. But at Stampin’ Up!, we’ve found a way to bend the rules so you can!
Purchase the Starter Kit between August 10 and September 14, and you’ll get to pick the family of your choice-color family, that is-of Classic Stampin’ Pads® FREE. That’s a $57.95 value! And we’ve designed our exclusive coordinating color families (including our In Color collection) so that every color fits in. After all, it’s all in the family!
Contact your demonstrator or locate one near you to find out more; of course you could just ask me. I could help. :)

The ink set is 12 pads and they sell for $5.25 each. With the other ones you already get in your kit, that's a fantastic deal. Perfect for those who want to demo SU products to others or for those who just want to save some money and get the discount. I've been acquiring the ink pads one by one and just recently acquired the entire set of bold brights.

New recruits may choose between our four color families (Bold Brights, Earth Elements, Rich Regals, and Soft Subtles) or choose a pack of our 2007 In Color pads. Color family packs include 12 ink pads, and the In Color selection includes six ink pads.

Classic Ink Pad Family
Bold Brights
105562 (12 ink pads)
Earth Elements
105563 (12 ink pads)
Rich Regals
105564 (12 ink pads)
Soft Subtles
105565 (12 ink pads)
In Color
110971 (6 pads)

Things to Remember:
New demonstrators will need to indicate which color family they choose. Have your recruit write the color family at the top of her Starter Kit Order Form. If no color family is specified, the Rich Regals family will be the default.
The Starter Kit costs $199, and contains business supplies and a wide array of products.

New demonstrators can also purchase the Stampin' Memories Add-On.

Starter Kit Order Forms must be received by September 30, 2007 5:00 PM