Friday, 2 August 2013

Why book a Stampin' Party?

We are all so busy with our individual lives, that sometimes we forget to slow down and just enjoy being with friends and family in a stress-free environment. Getting together to do something fun and creative is a wonderful way to unwind and have relax!

Why not book a Stampin' Up! stampin' party?

Everyone will get to see the products being used and all guests will leave having made their own project. So not only do you see the products being used, you also get to try them out for yourselves.
Hosting a workshop or party is the quickest and easiest way to earn yourself free products and half price products. For example if your total sales from your workshop was $300.00 you will then receive $50.00 in Hostess Dollars to spend on any current products, including exclusive, hostess-only, discounted product (see pages 200 to 205 for more information. If your sales were $600.00 you would receive $100.00 Hostess Dollars,  and one item at half price. For your half price item you could get the big shot for $75.00! I have included a copy of the hostess benefits table below.
Your Party Sales*
Hostess Dollars**
Items at 50% off***
$1,250.00
$200.00
4 items
$1,000.00
$160.00
3 items
$800.00
$130.00
2 items
$600.00
$100.00
1 item
$500.00
$80.00
 
$400.00
$60.00
 
$300.00
$50.00

*Party sales does not include shipping.

**Hostess Dollars cannot be used for 50% off items.
***Items at 50% off include any full-priced item.
You are also able to include those family members and friends who are unable to get to your party with the exclusive hostess code. Your absent guests can order online with a special hostess code that will be provided, so that their orders count towards your sales. They can also have those goodies sent directly to them, saving you the hassle of organizing delivery later.
It couldn't be easier to have a Stampin' Party and I can't wait to show you some of our gorgeous products! Contact me today to book your party!
Until next time,
Kylie xxx

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