During convention, I talked about my recent experiences with sharing Stampin’ Up! with others (I invited friends over for a BBQ, struck up a conversation with two strangers in the park, and visited with people in a restaurant when I went to order lunch one day); it was both intimidating and exciting!
I’ve actually got several events scheduled in the next few weeks, and I plan to host at least one event a month (I’m calling them Stamp, Chat, and Snack at Shelli’s) for the next 10 months, with each event focused on guests creating projects that everyone needs (birthday cards, thank-you cards, gift tags, treat bags, etc.)
Each month I plan on sharing the information our demonstrators need to host an event just like mine, including the information for an invitation, Buy & Provide information (what you need to do as a demonstrator), and a project idea. (During convention, we called these CASE events, because if you want you can copy them exactly—talk about easy!)
I’ll start with my August event, which features the Amazing Birthday Stamp Set. Here's the information for the invitation, what the demonstrator will need to provide, as well as the actual project. (I've also thrown in a few extra project ideas as well. . . fun projects that you can make with the Amazing Birthday Stamp Set. It always helps to show your guests how versatile a stamp set is!)
Good luck with your Amazing August event; let me know how it goes!
(You can e-mail this information or send out actual invitations)
Stamp, Chat, and Snack (SCS) at Shelli’s
Thursday, August 14, at 7 p.m.
You know you’ll need birthday cards, so come have a good time with friends, and walk away with birthday cards in hand! You know you’ll need them!
Buy & Provide
Amazing Birthday Cards Party (2 free cards)
- Amazing Birthday stamp set
- Stampin' Write Markers 2014-2016
- Lost Lagoon Classic Stampin' Pad
- 2 Whisper White Notecards and Envelopes
- 1/2 sheet 8 1/2"x11" Whisper White Cardstock
- 4" Hello Honey 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon
- Big Shot
- Banners Framelits
- Stampin' Dimensionals