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In each november Issue of Stampin’ Success for as long as I can remember, I have written a message of thanksgiving and gratitude. Each year, I briefly think about discussing something different, wondering if you get tired of the same topic year after year. But I can’t do it—gratitude is such an integral part of who I am and what I believe in, and I can’t miss out on such a natural opportunity as Thanksgiving to express mine. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German theologian and pastor, once said, “In ordinary life we hardly realize that we receive a great deal more than we give, and that it is only with gratitude that life becomes rich.” I have been blessed to have received so many wonderful blessings from a loving Heavenly Father . . . certainly much more than I have given! And the most precious of my blessings are the amazing people who have been part of my life through the years. They say you can’t take anything with you but the relationships and memories you’ve created with others; these are things that bring the greatest joy and meaning to our lives. I know that’s certainly the case in my life! Thanksgiving is the perfect time for me to express thanks to you. I don’t think you can ever say “thank you” enough— especially if it’s sincere, and my thanks are most definitely sincere. As a demonstrator, you have caught the vision of what I imagined Stampin’ Up!® could be so many years ago. You share my love for what we do, and what we believe in. You love to create, and you are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of those around you—all things that I believe in so passionately! During this holiday season, I wish you the blessing of being grateful, and enjoying the richness in your life that comes from recognizing the many wonderful blessings that fill our lives! Happy Thanksgiving!

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november 2011

features
24 maintaining your business through the
holiday season

26 rise above the rest with the right attitude 27 make simple gifts using My Digital Studio

live it recognition & inspiration
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title promotions August 2011 art contest winners becky roberts
September 2011

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demonstrators of the year 1–5
shares her hopes

make it projects to create, techniques to try
14 don’t resist the urge to emboss 16 pull out your camera and start snapping 18 share the holiday cheer with your neighbors

share it ideas for your workshops
19 wrap your gifts in style 20 enjoy the countdown with your own
advent calendar

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in every issue
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Share a Moment with Shelli

22 score points when you share Simply Scored 23 join in on the Worldwide Week of Workshops

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Articles marked with this logo are available in Spanish on the Spanish demonstrator website under Mi Empresa>Recursos de Mi Empresa> Publicaciones de Stampin’ Up!>Stampin’ Success>2011>Noviembre.

Calendar Art Show

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Cover Creations

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FYI

Make It Happen

Demo It!
Projects marked with this logo are excellent choices for workshop demonstrations. Cards can be completed in 5–8 minutes, and scrapbook pages in under 15 minutes.

Contempo Stampin’ Around Wheel Scallop Trim Border Punch Hand-Penned Holidays Set Simply Scored Letters to Santa Designer Series Paper You'll find the complete supply lists and instructions for these projects in this month’s Online Extras.

onlIne extras
You’ll find all of our Online Extras on the demonstrator website under My Business> My Business Resources>Stampin’ Up! Publications>Stampin’ Success>2011>November.

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Hispanic opportunity calls* 24 catalogs 25 26 promotions Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps sales period 2011 Holiday Mini Catalog sales period 2011–2012 Idea Book & Catalog and Celebrando Creatividad sales periods 27 october 28 29 30 december 2012 Occasions Mini Catalog preorder period 2011 Holiday Mini Catalog sales period january 2012 Occasions Mini Catalog sales period 2011–2012 Idea Book & Catalog and Celebrando Creatividad sales periods 3 2011 Holiday Mini Catalog sales period ends 4 2012 Occasions Mini Catalog sales period begins 12 February 2012 Stampin’ Success now online 16 Who Is in Pending report now available. Minimums report now available.stampinup. begin 2011 Holiday Mini Catalog sales period 2011–2012 Idea Book & Catalog and Celebrando Creatividad sales periods Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps sales period 1 World Card Making Day 10 Thanksgiving Day (CAN): Calgary 2011–2012 Idea Book & Catalog and Celebrando Creatividad sales periods Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps sales period 12 January 2012 Stampin’ Success now online 15 Who Is Not Meeting Quarterly Sales office closed 12 November 2011 Stampin’ Success now online 17 Who Is in Pending report now available.calendar november SundAY MondAY tueSdAY wedneSdAY 2011 FrIdAY SAturdAY tHurSdAY Hispanic opportunity calls* 1 demo tip: “Support all levelS in your downline. begin preparing for January workshops preparing for February workshops begin preparing for November workshops 25 Christmas Day 26 Christmas holiday observed (US/CAN): 27 Calgary office closed 31 Last business day of the quarter. ontario 2 3 4 5 Hispanic opportunity calls* 6 7 8 Who Is Not Meeting Quarterly Sales Minimums report now available. Call 877-787-7226. December Contest entries due. and never be afraid to recruit—even your beSt cuStomer.com *english at 11:00 am (Mt).” —Kim aSSaly | l’orignal. last business day of the month. 31 Halloween. begin preparing for December workshops 9 10 11 12 December 2011 Stampin’ Success now online Hispanic opportunity calls* 13 14 15 16 17 18 thanKsgiving holiday (us): stampin’ up! offices closed 19 Hispanic opportunity calls* 20 21 22 23 Last business day of the month. November Contest entries due Stampin’ Up! offices closed. . 18–20 Leadership Conference 2012 31 Last business day of the month. Spanish at 4:00 pm (Mt). Boxing Day (CAN) February Contest entries due January Contest entries due 4 www.

The glittering sheen. november 2011 5 . see this month’s Online Extras. Welcome everyone with that quiet calm of a silent sunrise snowfall by displaying these lovely projects in a prominent place. If only you could bring that feeling into your home to share with all your guests. we’re offering you the next best thing. the blanket of cold. Since you can’t (and probably don’t want to) bring real snow into your home. without the cold.art show art peace on eartH show nothIng says peace quIte lIke freshly fallen snow. For a complete list of supplies and stepby-step instructions. and the silence in the quiet dawn whisper a comforting feeling of tranquility that cannot be found anywhere else. Our beautiful Peace on Earth frame and trees offer a luster similar to that early morning snow.

3 6 www. see this month’s Online Extras. use Letters to Santa designer Series Paper to wrap any of your gifts this holiday season. 2. Score the punched Cherry Cobbler Card Stock and a piece of Letters to Santa designer Series Paper every 1/4" using Simply Scored™. 3. Here are a few tips to get you started this Christmas: 1. Punch one edge of Cherry Cobbler Card Stock using the Scallop trim Border Punch. wrap a piece of ribbon around a gift and then add rhinestones every 1/4" or 1/2".cover creations 1 cover creations there’s something about beautiful wrapping that makes giving and receiving gifts even more wonderful. 2 For a complete list of supplies and step-by-step instructions for our cover projects.stampinup.com . rhinestones are a fabulous way to add that perfect amount of bling to any project. Create your rosettes (see page 22 for more information on creating rosettes).

2011–2012 Idea Book & Catalog.promotions August 2011 united states executive Jerilyn Wood manager Carol Klinger Krista Jensen Melanie Giesel Nancy Lewis Natalia Danko Rosemarrie Gonzalez Sue Runge Teresa Clark senior supervisor Carol Whitney Carol Wilson Debra Mueller Diane Klieger Donna Perger Elizabeth Michealson Elizabeth Peebles Emiko Westerfield Estaire Tomczak Gail Yanker Gidget Joyal Gwen Cochran Janna Unterzuber Jennifer Gulch Jennifer Holland Jennifer Smith Julie Brancart Lori Crowley Margaret Arrieta Maria Mitsdarfer Melanie Hendricksen Michelle Hall Nancy Walko Neena Jaramillo-Johnson Nicole Black Regina Cornelius Susan Brothers Tammy Summiel Theresa Hill Whitney Watkins supervisor Amanda Swanson Amy Tolman Anginette Lay Ashley Patterson Beverly Blair Bonnie Lenhart Brenda Cash Carmelita Wasson Carmen Harder Carmine LaFata Caroline Tifft Carolyn Bosh Cashmire Lopez Cathy Lucas Charice Knazze Charlotte Artigues Charmaine Barton Cheri Davey Christine Gambell Connie Ludwig Cynthia Hassell DalTena Eggers Dana Keith Dawn Gibson Dawn Hoffman Dawn Nolte Debi Kaufman Deborah Bues Deborah Kraft Debra Larson Debra Mathine Dena Rasmussen Denise Schaller Diane Oliphant Diane Squires Diane Winter Dianne Morse-Leonard Donna Rolston Erika Rausch Eva Dietz Fabiola Baughman Gail Gross Gail O’Neill Jan Myers Jan Schoenfeld Jane Roach Jayne Hullinger Jennifer Mears Jennifer Stolle Jennifer Sylvia Jessica Marshall Jill Parker Jodie Wetzell Jolie Ewens Jordan Fuller Joyce Holleman Judy Evans Katherine Shapland Kathy Barrett Kathy Cummings Kimberly Warren Kristin Esser Kristine Thurber Linda Craig Linda Parker Lori Ann Iha Lynn Hill Lynn Reloza Margarita Johnson Mary Powell Patricia Lemont Patti Gillette Patti Sciapiti Paula Surface Peggy Crawford Peggy Rios Penni Litwiller Rachel Pratt Rae Burnet RaeAnn Skerrett Roberta Miller Ronalyn Eppinger Shannon Soenksen Sharon Howard Soraiya Vasanji Stacy Bowen Susan Brown Susan Ciraulo Susan O Brien Terry Waldron Theresa Scogin live it promotions Tricia Kolarik Wendy Marsh canada senior counselor Melanie Larouche counselor Carol Matthews Joanne Rolston senior consultant Maria Vanderform consultant Amy Cook Chantal Bélanger Crystal Dawn Langton Lisa Johnson Luanne Taylor Mylene Bouchard Natalie Pearson Nichole Fox Samantha Connelly Susan Shaw Tracey Collier Véronique Pouliot Virginia Peters pattern on this page taken from our letters to santa Designer series paper. page 186. share the opportunity new demonstrators will get a free big shot* when they join during october! * or up to $100 in stampin’ up! products see the fyi section on page 30 for more information. Item 122349. november 2011 7 BIG SHOT TO BE A .

washington Mary Lou Kleveland | Forest City. Always Artichoke. Serene Snowflakes. Linen thread. Crumb Cake. Antique Brads. and whisper white Card Stock. Pearl Basic Jewels. Very Vanilla. stapler and staples honorable mentions Congratulations to these demonstrators whose projects have earned an honorable mention this month! You’ll find their projects in our online extras. cardboard. 1" Circle. we also asked nathalie to share a tip for anyone who may want to re-create her beautiful pieces of art. Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint. Always Artichoke.live it art contest winners artcontestwinners c o n g r at u l at i o n s to o u r a r t c o n t e s t W i n n e r s september 2011 nathalie brunelle limoges. and a neutral. frame. “So I started folding a couple.” nathalie says. Cherry Cobbler 1/2" Seam Binding ribbon. rubbing alcohol. eyelet. Pinking Hearts Border. dot. Gold Stampin’ emboss® Powder. ruth’s advice is to. dot Background Stamp. and I am certain the Simply Scored tool would have made my life easier!” noel gift Jayne’s type Alphabet. I had to do something with them. Iowa get publIsHeD In stampIn’ suCCess Want to see your work in print and receive free stamps? Submit your creations to our monthly Art Contests. natural Hemp twine.com . And if you’re going to create your own flowers. Vintage trinkets. the image will stamp clearer if it’s not going over fold lines. She told us. Baja Breeze and not Quite navy Classic Stampin’ Pads. white Stampin’ emboss Powder. Victoria 5/8" Crochet trim. VersaMark Pad. dot. dazzling diamonds Stampin’ Glitter®. Circles #2 originals die. Scallop edge. toothpick ruth norton albuquerque. “I was working on a completely different project. VersaMark® Pad. and then fold. 3/4" Circle.” to give the leaves a faux suede look. early espresso. and early espresso Classic Stampin’ Pads®. ontario holiday gifts “I get a lot of my inspiration from the catalogs. and 1-3/4" Circle Punches.” she says. Silver Mini Brads. word window Punch. and early espresso. Cristena Bagne | Puyallup. 1-1/4" Circle. 1-3/8" Circle. Linen thread.stampinup. layering them and the card was inspired from that. Baja Breeze. spray bottle. Always Artichoke. new mexico wow! art file ruth’s card happened as a happy little accident. “So my inspiration for the trees was the rosette wreath found in the Holiday Mini. and my frame was inspired by a project in the Idea Book & Catalog. Stripes textured Impressions embossing Folder. dot stamp first. ruth crumpled up the Pear Pizzazz Card Stock until the fibers broke and the paper separated. “use a well sharpened Scallop edge Punch. Cherry Cobbler. Mat Pack. turn to page 31 for information on upcoming contests! 8 www. Cherry Cobbler. not Quite navy. green. Pear Pizzazz. and Snow Swirled Sets. Sticky Sheets. Stampin’ dimensionals. then I was left with all these not Quite navy circles. Crumb Cake. Big Shot. Stamping Sponges. Stampin’ dimensionals®. dot. Stamping Sponges. and whisper white Card Stock. and I accidentally cut out the circles with the wrong color of card stock. texture Stampin’ Around Jumbo wheel. 1/2" Circle. rhinestone Basic Jewels. and this year she chose a fantastic combination: Cherry Cobbler. just playing with them.” For holiday projects nathalie loves using red. “stamp and emboss the dot. Paper-Piercing tool. Baja Breeze 1/2" Seam Binding ribbon. Mini Library Clips.” friend to friend card (5-1/2" x 4-1/4") teeny tiny wishes Set.

I don’t feel as though I am being stretched in so many directions and I am truly putting forth a better effort in all areas. “I love seeing them expand their horizons.” Tami is also big on encouraging others. and that includes giving them the best customer service possible. Denise tries to show new products or new ways to use old products so that her customers always know they’ll learn something new from her.” Heather believes setting goals is an important part of building your business as well. so we asked what her best strength was. I was so proud of my team and all of their accomplishments! It truly is a group effort and I wouldn’t be where I am without them!” Of course Heather had to do a lot of work on her own to make it to the top. Massachusetts Tami is all about sharing—sharing stamps. and don’t become overwhelmed by trying to copy everything everyone else is doing.) year Denise Sullivan #2 (US) executive Frisco. “Answering their calls or e-mails promptly. you don’t want to hide it. sharing fun. sharing Stampin’ Up! And she understands that getting the word out about her Stampin’ Up! business is the key to her success. There are so many wonderful things that being a part of this company has added to my life. “I would have to say structure has been my biggest strength this year. “We all have a uniqueness that sets us apart.” But no matter what projects Denise is demonstrating. This has helped me stay focused on my business. According to Heather.” she says. always being friendly. But she continued. or crafting. In order to be the best demonstrator she can.” Tami advises other demonstrators to be themselves and not worry about what others are doing differently. just like your smile.live it demonstrators of the year trators of the emons we’d like to congratulate our last set of Demonstrators of the Year! read on to learn about how our top five US and Canadian demonstrators reached this exciting goal.” she says. “Share your excitement! When you hit a great sale in a store. and even giving them little treats from Memento Mall when possible—[these are] all things I would like someone to do for me!” Denise holds about eight events each month and she shares the demonstrator opportunity every chance she gets. (watch for demonstrators of the Year 6–10 in the January 2012 issue of Stampin’ Success. “Learn from others. whether it’s sales. and I want to share that with everyone. Her best advice for other demonstrators is “to be flexible and try new things. If one way doesn’t work. “Structure has brought balance as I allocate a set number of hours to my business. or just a unique project.” she says. “Sharing Stampin’ Up! is the same feeling. Your excitement and enthusiasm are contagious. You share it!” she says. “I treat my customers the way I would like to be treated. recruiting. getting their orders processed quickly. a new product.” you’ll never be able to measure your achievement! november 2011 9 . Stampin’ Up! has given me so many amazing opportunities that my family and I would have never had. more attainable goals that will lead you to achieving a larger goal. “It was one of the biggest and best surprises of my life!” she tells us.” She continues. Her advice for other demonstrators is to set small. “It can be a new technique.” We love her enthusiasm and positive outlook! Heather Summers #1 (CAN) Instructor London. I love watching my customers grow in confidence with each new project they make. the way she treats her customers is another factor in their loyalty to her. ontario When we asked Heather how she felt about being Canada’s top Demonstrator of the Year. she told us she felt honored. “if you don’t have a goal. texas Denise was in shock when she found out that she was one of the top Demonstrators of the Year. especially when they become one of the Stampin’ Up! family. and other activities. try another way!” That’s great advice for life—not just for your demonstratorship! Tami White #1 (US) Senior Manager Marlborough. family. “When I received the Founder’s Circle purse. “I live to inspire.

and make new friends. and ink. Without them. “There are two benefits to this: I never remember names.” she shares. or making money. just as I’ve always been there for them.” she says. I share the joys of being Jennifer Cotton #3 (US) executive Midlothian.” She contacts customers after they have received their order to make sure they are satisfied and sends thank-you cards to show her appreciation. but that doesn’t mean she takes all the credit for this exciting accomplishment.” She works hard to build strong relationships with her customers and earn their loyalty. That consistency keeps my customers coming back and they know that if they want a certain month they need to book early to get the date they want. “I always strive to have four on my calendar regardless of the time of year. By sharing with others the benefits of a workshop or becoming a demonstrator. ontario Kim is not afraid to work for what she wants. When I needed them they were there for me.” a demonstrator and how it has affected my life. I am so thankful to my family.stampinup.” Maggie always tries to make her workshops fun.live it demonstrators of the year Maggie Patterson #2 (CAN) Senior Counselor South Mountain. it is easier to get bookings and recruits. so of course she was thrilled to find out that she was still among the top Demonstrators of the Year.” she says. meeting new friends. I follow up the next time I talk to them. Kim knows just what it takes to be a successful demonstrator. business tips. customers. “I love helping people and customer service is very important to me.” she says. I’m always trying new ways to develop relationships with my customers!” she says. it’s one of her great strengths. Angie’s advice is to “share the opportunity with everyone Kim Assaly #3 (CAN) Senior Counselor L’orignal. then you consistently recruit without even trying.” Maggie tells us.” she says. “I just constantly mention to people how being a demonstrator would benefit them. and we look forward to getting together over stamps. I find that if you always do this. When a customer hands her their order form at a workshop. Then. paper. friends. but taking the time to really get to know them makes a world of difference and matters in their lives. for others it’s the stamping ideas. texas Jennifer works hard to market her business to her customers. “You need to have a well-rounded business. “And I am terrible at follow-up calls. I’m not just their demonstrator. finding new customers simply means finding new friends! informed about upcoming events and get them excited about new products and catalogs coming out. my goal wouldn’t have been achievable. so I get the asking over right there in person!” (It’s always a great idea to ask someone if they would like to host their own workshop while they’re having fun at a workshop!) Jennifer is also fantastic at sharing the demonstrator opportunity. And “workshops are a must. ontario “As a demonstrator. “I share how signing up as a demonstrator has made me grow as a person and how it was beneficial for my family and for me. She feels that this award was a major accomplishment and “the culmination of a lot of hard work. When it comes to sharing Stampin’ Up!.com . and she makes a special effort to get to know her customers. can-do attitude is probably one of my biggest assets. “Attend Stampin’ Up! events if possible and attend your upline’s meetings to learn new ideas. “It wasn’t just my hard work. but.” For Maggie. especially when (like most of us) I am juggling so many other things. “This past year all of those relationships I’ve built with my customers really paid off.” What are her other secrets for a thriving business? “Support all levels in your downline. and never be afraid to recruit—even your best customer. “It sounds simple. It helps keep me focused and on track. so I can read it on her order form. it was my team and me. and especially my downline!” Maggie shares that she typically holds six workshops each month. “I try to keep people 10 www. my positive. but a friend.” It has worked for her! Angie Juda #4 (US) executive overland Park.” One of Kim’s best tips is to share your story. Jennifer always addresses them by name and asks if they would like to host their own workshop and take a catalog home with them that night. For some it might be the savings. Kansas Angie had a difficult year and was afraid her business was going to suffer because of it. “I share my business tips. including a family and a full-time job.

When we asked Caroline what she would tell a new demonstrator.” she says. I love showing them new projects. She has worked out a way to build her business and be successful in a method that works for her. Pennsylvania Connie has a goal for every workshop: “That everyone has a GREAT time.” Seems like a great idea to us! are more than just business contacts— they are friends. ontario Caroline was shocked to hear that she was among the top demonstrators in the company. don’t compare yourself to anyone else.” Besides this piece of advice. Tamye has learned not to compare herself to others. “Take advantage of all the training available and book workshops. Connie says.” So of course her customers wouldn’t stop coming just because she took a little time off. she didn’t hesitate: “My best piece of advice is to stay connected to your passion and love of stamping. Alberta Tamye works hard to make the most out of every event. Caroline tells us she’s not a creative stamper. nothing will happen! Get out there and go for it!” Tamye says. it is important to highlight the benefits of booking a workshop throughout our workshops. They are immersed in a stamping environment full of project ideas they feel comfortable with. Once you find what makes you really happy. she had to take time off early this year. Because of some personal health issues. If a customer has not filled this out. it is the form—and you’re simply following procedure.” she says.” But the people she meets through her business Tamye Dunbar #5 (CAN) Senior Instructor edmonton.” she says.” This is a great way to build your confidence when it comes to finding new hostesses. “I always talk about my wonderful job and have [customers] ask me questions. but they still feel like they have created something great. Caroline LeBel #4 (CAN) Senior Instructor toronto. but you still need to work at it. And when they come to Caroline’s studio for an event. “Yes. She shared that she also works hard to keep herself approachable so that her customers always know that they can Connie Heisey #5 (US) Senior Advisor Hanover. so when there is a Starter Kit sale—or maybe just when it will work for them—they don’t hesitate to make the decision [to join]. “But we need to move beyond simply planting the seeds—we need to ask!” When other demonstrators are reluctant to come out and ask. she encourages them to use the “Are You Interested” section on the customer order form. Keep in touch with your customers and downline to create loyalty. Her booking advice is simple: ask. you have to stay in contact with others. it is often contagious. One of the best lessons Connie has learned in her years as a demonstrator is that “Communication is key.” she says. When it comes to offering the business opportunity. “I keep my projects simple so they feel like they can re-create the projects without difficulty. “Find what you like or love. Tamye will simply read the questions to them and mark the correct boxes.” She also encourages others to set goals and try new things. “If I set my mind to something. but it’s not always about coming up with the most unique project ideas— customers want to see something they can re-create. “If you wait for it to happen.” But in order to make this work. “My greatest strength is being realistic about customer needs. nothing can stop you. products. “I am a people person. Angie’s experience as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator has helped her find confidence she never imagined possible.” And as many demonstrators have already discovered. I am always planting seeds.” she says. “It takes the pressure off because it isn’t really you asking for the booking. then bookings are sure to come. but she tells us. and watching them get excited about the craft. when you share your love for something. I love my customers and downline. Connie loves sharing stamping and getting to know people through her business. “My customers and downline are truly some of my best friends. november 2011 11 . I can do it!” come to her with their questions. If you make your workshops fun.live it demonstrators of the year and treat them the way you want to be treated. they bring their cameras and take pictures of the samples she has on display.

Becky enthusiastically replied. I had a few recruits. “Farida. “I try to lead by example. Back in Utah. laughter. saying that “nothing could make me happier than seeing a relationship between a demonstrator and her downline member mean so much!” Just like the whirlwind adventure she enjoyed with Shelli. as Shelli boarded a Florida-bound airplane. Becky was scheduled to meet Shelli in Florida to surprise Stampin’ Up!’s 10. It was the day before Thanksgiving and an anticipated “storm of the century” caused a cancelled flight for Becky Roberts in Boise.” And. that’s exactly what she did! She continues to share her love of stamping and provides ongoing support for her downline. open your door. www.000th recruit in 2010 with her Starter Kit. I want to meet you!” They exchanged smiles. IdAHo the events one year ago unfolded like scenes from a movie.com . but it was then that I began focusing on recruiting. If I stay motivated and am working and sharing my business with them. and hugs.live it artistry Bright Hopes Becky RoBeRts SenIor MAnAGer BoISe. as they say. Becky tried to hold in her excitement on the phone as she secretly approached Farida’s (her new recruit’s) 12 house and finally exclaimed. leaving behind a loyal group of customers and friends. Becky has faced ups and downs during her eleven years as a demonstrator. the pilot said. “Give me 35!” When they arrived in Florida.” she says. Idaho. she changed her strategy. hopefully they see that. building a team. Shelli later commented about the scene. “I decided that I would start working smarter and not harder. and supporting them in every way possible. “Why don’t we just stop and pick Becky up?” When her telephone rang and Shelli asked if she could be ready in 45 minutes.stampinup. When she moved from California.

Marina Mist. Pearl Basic Jewels. Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ emboss Powder. ornament. Medium whisper white envelopes. old olive. white Stampin’ emboss Powder. and Snowflake Punches. riding Hood red. old olive Card Stock. riding Hood red. riding Hood red. it went significantly downhill. early espresso. Marina Mist and riding Hood red Classic Stampin’ Pads. Becky will continue to share her love of stamping. Letters to Santa designer Series Paper. Marina Mist. I rely heavily on lip reading and improvements in technology and making the decision that this will not affect my life.” At her workshops.” Check out this month’s Online Extras for a “purse”onal gift from Becky—the pattern for the Bright Hopes purse. riding Hood red 3/8" taffeta ribbon. riding Hood red. old olive Classic Stampin’ Pad. Clear Stampin’ emboss Powder.” She adds. Big Shot. Stampin’ dimensionals. old olive Classic Stampin’ Pad. Scallop edge Punch. she’ll do it with a smile. 1-1/4" Circle. Marina Mist. Stampin’ dimensionals. some laughter. Scallop edge Punch. old olive. old olive. old olive and riding Hood red Classic Stampin’ Pads. riding Hood red 3/8" taffeta ribbon. I can talk to anybody. dazzling details. Letters to Santa designer Series Paper. Houndstooth textured Impressions™ embossing Folder wreath card (4-1/4" x 5-1/2") Bright Hopes Set. and whisper white Card Stock. and 1-3/4" Scallop Circle Punches gift tags Bright Hopes Set. old olive. Pearl Basic Jewels. old olive 1/8" taffeta and whisper white 3/8" taffeta ribbon. And. it’s contagious. and a positive outlook because. but can really hear few. and a set of tags. decorative Label. and whisper white Card Stock. and whisper white Card Stock. VersaMark Pad. riding Hood red Classic Stampin’ Pad. Letters to Santa designer Series Paper. two tags Bigz die. Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack. Big Shot. Stampin’ dimensionals. Big Shot™. riding Hood red 3/8" taffeta ribbon. a card with a 3-D element. and riding Hood red Card Stock. “when you are excited about what you do. Scallop edge. Cherry Cobbler Baker’s twine snowflake treat Bright Hopes Set. purse and note cards Bright Hopes Set.” For the Bright Hopes samples. Modern Label Punch. Letters to Santa designer Series Paper. Big Shot. Clear Stampin’ emboss Powder. early espresso. whisper white 1/4" Grosgrain and Cherry Cobbler 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain ribbon. VersaMark Pad. but after I had my boys. Stamping Sponges november 2011 13 . she shares beautiful samples! “What works well for me is to feature one main stamp set and two or three supporting sets and use them on three cards and a 3-D project. old olive. Perfect details texturz™ Plates tree card (4-1/4" x 5-1/2") Bright Hopes Set. Perfect Pennants Bigz™ L die. and whisper white Card Stock. ovals originals™ die.live it artistry Perhaps the biggest challenge Becky faces is the fact that she’s hearing impaired. she combined her love of Christmas stamping with a few of her signature projects—a purse. Pearl Basic Jewels. Stripes textured Impressions embossing Folder tree ornament Bright Hopes Set. VersaMark Pad. then I probably didn’t hear them correctly. With bright hopes for the future. “I deal with the mishaps with humor and always remind my customers that if I don’t answer them appropriately. early espresso. early espresso. 1-3/8" Circle. Becky not only shares her cheerful personality. VersaMark Pad. dazzling details. “I’ve always been.

Create your own emboss resist project and display it at your next workshop. Emboss resist is a surprisingly flexible technique. we used emboss resist with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder to make the flower image stand out from the Designer Series Paper. On the My Friend card. bold leaf images are embossed on top of the piece. and of course. apply ink over and around the embossed image. stampers use Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder so the pure color of the base card stock shows through. let them try emboss resist.” As you collect their orders at the emboss resist workshop. the colored powder will completely obscure the paper underneath it. The vibrant background is sponged over leaf images that have been stamped in both Classic and VersaMark ink. and then wipe away the excess ink. But that’s just the beginning. The colorful layers on this card create a dramatic backdrop for the sentiment.stampinup. then we sponged and blended Soft Suede ink to create a transition between the paper and the embossed image. The ink is not as obvious as with most emboss resist applications. VersaMark Pad or VersaMarker®. If you’re looking for a technique to wow your customers. Nothing could be further from the truth. Look at our Give Thanks card. make sure they have all the tools they need to be successful in using this technique: a Heat Tool. Striking? Yes. 14 www. It’s simple to create a beautiful emboss resist project: just heat emboss an image. and the result is delicate yet impressive. Generally. lending itself to a variety of looks. when there’s high contrast in color between the paper and ink. Difficult? No. try emboss resist on Designer Series Paper using a colored Stampin’ Emboss powder. Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Then for added interest. You can also use emboss resist to add dimension and give an illusion of layers without adding bulk. But for a different look. It looks (and feels) fabulous. come talk to me and we will set up a time for you and a few friends to learn how to do this. Most often. “If you’d like to discover how easy this technique is. some customers assume that it must be a difficult technique to master and they shy away from it because of their fear. Heat embossing by itself is a wow—emboss resist is a double wow! Check out this month’s Online Extras to see a video demonstrating the Give Thanks card. The result is a stunning combination of color and texture. But sometimes a light hand is called for when applying the ink over embossing. But because the results are remarkable. stamps and paper. the image will pop more. Tell your guests. as shown on our Many Thanks card.com .make it technique embossing “wow!” double the emboss resIst Is a classIc stamping technique you may have already tried.

it’s new to many customers. Linen thread. Cajun Craze and Crumb Cake textured Card Stock. Sponge daubers sHarlene meyer. VersaMark Pad. and tangerine tango Stampin’ emboss Powder. Black. My other favorite is to stamp over the resist with another image using Stazon® ink for a completely new look—this works particularly well with our background stamps!” november 2011 15 .make it technique 1 many tHanks carD on this card.” even though emboss resist has been around for a while. Vintage trinkets. Sponge daubers many thanks card (4-1/4" x 5-1/2") Petite Pairs and warmest of wishes Sets. Clear and white Stampin’ emboss Powder. Vintage trinkets. “to keep it fresh. Sponge daubers 4 my friend card (3-1/2" x 5". “I am always surprised at how many customers—many who have been stamping for years— haven’t seen the emboss resist technique. spatter the entire piece. the area around the wreath will look slightly smudged and will fade subtly into the background. so they are always very pleasantly surprised when they see how easy it is to do. “Customers love the completed look but think it is going to be very tricky to replicate. Cajun Craze and early espresso textured Card Stock. “I love [emboss resist] for the wow it always gives my customers at workshops!” she says. Pewter. naturals Ivory Card Stock. make & take) My Friend Set. has had wonderful success demonstrating the emboss resist technique in her workshops. VersaMark Ink refill. natural Hemp twine. and Soft Suede Classic Stampin’ Pads. Lightly sponge Crumb Cake ink over the wreath. and then the emboss resist technique is used. More Mustard. I often combine a monochromatic color scheme and the stamping off technique with the resist. and then emboss the wreath over the embossed background using tangerine tango powder. Crumb Cake and early espresso Classic Stampin’ Pads. First edition Specialty and well worn designer Series Paper. we asked her what’s so appealing about emboss resist. several images are embossed in layers. 3 3 4 5 give thanks card (5-1/2" x 4-1/4") Gently Falling and Hand-Penned Holidays Sets. Vintage trinkets. Crumb Cake Card Stock. early espresso. A to Z Background Stamp. and then emboss them using Pewter Stampin’ emboss Powder. wipe ink from embossed areas. Clear Stampin’ emboss Powder. Fill in a few leaves using a VersaMarker. early espresso textured Card Stock. early espresso and Soft Suede Classic Stampin’ Pads. For example. using an Aqua Painter and VersaMark Ink refill. ticket Corner and 1-1/4" Circle Punches. Clear. a senior manager from new Zealand. Pool Party. decorative Label Punch. and then emboss it using Clear Stampin’ emboss Powder. well worn designer Series Paper. VersaMark Pad. Stampin’ dimensionals.” But for those who are familiar with emboss resist. 1 2 2 emboss the A to Z background using Clear Stampin’ emboss Powder. Butterfly and Scallop edge Punches. VersaMark Pad. naturals Ivory Card Stock. Aqua Painter®. Sharlene explains. I try to combine it with other techniques and products. Stampin’ dimensionals. Sharlene adds a twist here and there to keep it interesting. Spice Cake designer Series Paper.

Soft Suede 3/8" taffeta ribbon. Or on the flip side. “t” frame: keep tHe backgrounD anD warDrobe color palette sImple anD natural—it will be easier to create a variety of projects around it.stampinup. and home décor. you’ll try to survive the chaos of everything you have going on. Baja Breeze textured Card Stock. it’s an opportune time to take photos and create a cache to use in your projects all year. and the new year. early espresso Classic Stampin’ Pad. gifts. parties. don’t forget to grab your point-and-shoot camera and get photographing. you’ll take time off work to relish in the magical moments of the season with your favorite people. the neutral colors and simple nature of the photo worked with a dressed-up frame. Whatever your traditions during the season. Pearl Basic Jewels.com . Baja Breeze. scrapbooks. In this project. Stampin’ dimensionals. Curly Label and dotted Scallop ribbon Punches. Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack. Either way. vacations. frame 16 www. Lucky Limeade. As you’re capturing people and memories with your camera. consider some of these simple tips that will help you get that “picture perfect” result for yearlong project-ready photos. Soft Suede.make it scrapbooking Project-Ready P H O T O S tAKe SoMe GreAt SHotS to uSe In Your HAndCrAFted ProJeCtS ALL YeAr We’re approachIng the time of year when family and friends get together for holidays. Over the next few months. and Very Vanilla Card Stock. “t” frame Broadsheet Alphabet Set. while keeping the peace with your strange from-out-of-townand-unfortunately-staying-at-your-house relative. calendars. Photos are great to have on hand with your crafting supplies—they combine wonderfully with stamps and accessories to create beautiful and memorable handcrafted cards.

or kids. People look better shown at an angle slightly to the side rather than straight on. Lucky Limeade. to prove everyone was there if nothing else. Just be aware of the lighting you’re dealing with and that it changes from room to room. In most cases. Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Pad. You could take photos of individual families. Seasonal ones are great too. get In close so you aren’t cluttering your photo with unnecessary stuff (just think: you don’t need to see dirty dishes on the table in front of a group of people. But in terms of your scrapbooking. tell a story wItH your pHotos. don’t just them pose in some goofy or dramatic model poses at first to help them relax—they’ll be totally natural once they’ve let their guard down. try another spot or time until you like what you see on the digital playback screen (thank goodness for that and the easy “delete” button. make sure to shoot smaller groups and individuals too. go for it! If the photos come out dark or poorly lit. Antique Brads. Not a pro like him? It’s okay. Or ten! Five to ten images tell a story. and 1-3/8" Square Punches. Big Shot. Try a few test shots in areas you’ll be photographing (and in the time of day you’ll be using your camera). Vintage trinkets. the worse the photo will be. Blushing Bride. right?). Sahara Sand. And make sure they’re friendly with each other! It might feel awkward for some. try using the camera to play peekaboo with them. the bigger the group. Baja Breeze. but there are things you can do to make it easier. Baja Breeze. try having merry christmas card: use natural anD flatterIng posIng. take canDID sHots —these are often the break a shot. Soft Suede. VersaMark Pad. Baja Breeze textured Card Stock. Stampin’ dimensionals. and whisper white Card Stock. grab your camera and try to keep up! For teens. let everyone be seen. for example).make it scrapbooking photo checKerboard page: get tHe lIgHtIng rIgHt—it can make or angles or zooms. It will be easier to see their faces—and that’s pretty much the point of photos. Sometimes it’s hard to capture candid moments. friends. Lace ribbon. set up some games or toys in an area with great lighting and once they get going. Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack. Baja Breeze. merry christmas card (4-1/4" x 5-1/2". If standing. make & take) Bright Hopes and Christmas Greetings Sets. Blushing Bride. These will work great in your scrapbooks or calendars. stage tImeless pHotos that you can use throughout the year. and based on the time of day. okay?). but remember to capture some photos that you can use several months from now. sewing machine and thread take one—take five. Notice the 2" square photos on the Photo Checkerboard page. Jewelry tag. but it actually looks less awkward to have people connected—it’s as simple as a hand on a shoulder or an arm around a waist. rhinestone Basic Jewels. you don’t have to know all the tricky camera settings to get this down. so take several of the same person or group of people at different most fun to use in your projects. have people pose with one foot a little more forward than the other. Of course you need to get that big group shot. It also looks natural to have pairs of people in a group angled toward each other. For babies. One of our professional Stampin’ Up! photographers even said that having the right lighting is the most important thing in photography. Consider the background and wardrobe and keep them neutral so they aren’t tied to an event or season (get the Christmas tree out of the frame. Pearl Basic Jewels. and whisper white Card Stock. Frostwood Lodge designer Series Paper. Soft Suede Stampin’ write® Marker. inside to outside. and Sahara Sand Classic Stampin’ Pads. now that’s efficient cropping. dotted Scallop ribbon and 1" Circle Punches november 2011 17 . photo checkerboard page (8" x 8") For All You do Set. School Lines Background Stamp. timeless type Junior Alphabet Medium Sizzlits dies. Cherry Cobbler. But also don’t get so close that you won’t have the flexibility to crop it to what you need on your projects later— you’ll want that flexibility when you’re creating. Linen thread. For kids. siblings. If you like the result. Beautiful wings and Sweet Buttons embosslits™ dies.

these lovely tapered candles are an easy way to spread some holiday joy.com . a Simply Scrappin’ Kit. Take a look at these three fun and festive projects and know that you’ve got your neighbors (and more) covered! loafIng arounD Lo�e thy Neighbor some Designer Series Paper. A gathered piece of Cherry Cobbler 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon draws the eye. while the tag. gift cones for the holidays! This especially fun and sparkly gift can be filled with your favorite potpourri or a yummy treat. It can be overwhelming— and expensive! But with perfect Stampin’ Up! holiday projects. you’ve got a fun and unique gift tag that you can attach to just about anything! lIgHt up tHeIr lIves stampin’ up! maKes it easy With three gorgeous projects your neighbors Will adore! Specialty Designer Series Paper and Silver Glimmer Paper. For those truly elegant friends and neighbors. it doesn’t have to be. the newspaper carrier. it can also be extremely stressful. Holly berry fun This beautifully wrapped mini bread loaf looks like you spent a lot of time on it— but we know that you don’t have to! With a few punches. it looks like you spent a lot more time on it than you did! A Holly Berry Bouquet Designer Button paired with holly leaves adds a playful focal point for your creation. with its glimmery scalloped border. parents. and cousins—but also teachers. nephews. creates an especially festive effect. 18 Snow cones for the summer. And with the Holly Berry Bouquet See page 30 for Stampin’ Supplies.stampinup. and a little Baker’s Twine. the mail carrier.make it occasions as much fun as Christmastime is. neighbors. Before the hustle and bustle of the holidays moves into full throttle. and more. www. Not only are you looking for gifts for children. nieces. schedule some “neighbor gift” workshops and teach your customers how they can create beautiful and unique handcrafted gifts that they can be proud of—without breaking the bank or consuming too much of their valuable time.

With so many gift-giving opportunities out there. You’ll want to cut out two boxes with the die and stamp on each one before assembling them. Of course there are even more gift-giving occasions. distressed dots Background Stamp. Linen thread. Next time you need to wrap a gift. like on our Merry Christmas gift. real red and Soft Suede Stampin’ write Markers. You can use them to create accents for your wrapped gift or to create the gift box itself— there are so many creative ways to upgrade your gift’s look! We would like to share two examples with you. punches. Big Shot. 1/16" Circle. but of course there are many more things you can do. Lace ribbon. We give them for birthdays and graduations. Combine stamps. Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad. We even added a little Dazzling Diamonds to some of the stamped images for extra pizzazz—and wow. northern Frost Sizzlits® decorative Strip die berry gift Pines & Poinsettias Set. Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad. Large tag. try the Big Shot and punches. Our Berry gift was created using the Big Shot and the Fancy Favor Bigz XL Die. Then add ribbon for the perfect amount of color. 1-3/8" Circle. november 2011 19 . Pearl Basic Jewels. dazzling diamonds Stampin’ Glitter. Big Shot. real red 5/8" Satin ribbon.Giving the Gift of Creativity gIft-gIvIng Is an Important part of life. whisper white 5/8" Satin ribbon. it’s a great way to show customers how easy our product suites can make their crafting. look at what a difference it makes! This is a great way to upsell some of those smaller products that your customers may overlook if you don’t show them the potential. tell them. real red and whisper white Card Stock. simply put it away and pull out something new. Brights Craft Stampin’ Spots. merry christmas gift (make & take) Bright Hopes and Serene Snowflakes Sets. If you already have a box—like one of our Kraft Gift Boxes from the Holiday Mini— and you don’t want to wrap it up. sticks Check out this month’s Online Extras to see a video demonstrating the Berry gift. punches. Just choose a few occasion-appropriate images and get started. Why don’t share it wow you invite a few friends over and I’ll help you get ready for the holidays. A few well-placed images and a crafty belly band are better than boring old wrapping paper any day. real red and whisper white Card Stock. And when you use coordinating products. We give gifts at bridal and baby showers. When wrapping paper just isn’t enough. Linen thread. When someone admires your wrapping. Frost white Shimmer Paint. Big Shot. “I’d love to show you more creative gift wrapping ideas. 2011–2013 In Color Patterns designer Series Paper. Stampin’ dimensionals. 2011–2013 In Color Patterns designer Series Paper. and stamps. Tags and ribbon are always a great addition to any gift. and Designer Series Paper to create a simple tag and attach it to your gift using Linen Thread. or. but don’t worry—we won’t try to name them all here. leave the store-bought wrapping paper in the closet and pull out your card stock. stamp on it instead. For starters. and 1/16" Circle Punches.” You can share these ideas any time of year. Fancy Favor Bigz XL die. and 1-3/4" Scallop Circle Punches. Brights and neutrals Craft Stampin’ Spots®. we often get the chance to discover cute new ways to wrap presents. berries. and we give them for Christmas. for a unique stamping ground. Kraft Gift Box.

Big Shot. color-coordinated envelopes—perfect for stuffing with small gifts or treats. eat Christmas cookies. 17. Postage Stamp. 1/2" Circle. 2011–2013 In Color Patterns designer Series Paper. Big Shot. visions of sugarplums (and sparkling Christmas projects!) begin dancing in our heads long before December. advent calendars were created to count (and celebrate!) the days leading up to Christmas. 3. Make an ornament. 1" Circle. decorate a gingerbread house. 25. and 1-3/8" Square Punches.share it stamps Down to counting christmas here at the stampIn’ up! home office. Stampin’ dimensionals. mounds of glitter. Give someone a poinsettia. 5. Island Indigo. 8. Linen thread. and whisper white Card Stock. 6. Poppy Parade. Shop for gifts. 7. Find a new Christmas dinner recipe.com . 16. Let the recipients redeem them immediately—and together you can fill the Christmas season with fun! merry christmas card (5-1/2" x 4-1/4") 25 & Counting and delightful decorations Sets. Bundle up and take a walk in the snow. Forest Festivities. Serene Snowflakes. 24. 9. Island Indigo and Poppy Parade Classic Stampin’ Pads. and whisper white Card Stock. Lucky Limeade. deliver neighbor gifts. read your favorite Christmas stories. Create a Christmas scrapbook page. 3/4" Circle. 21. 19. Attend a Christmas concert. distressing essentials. watch a Christmas movie. ribbons. 22. Scallop Square. 1/16" Circle. Look through old family pictures. 11. and Poppy Parade Stampin’ write Markers. and 1" Square Punches. dazzling details. and piles of festive Designer Series Paper. Lucky Limeade. 2011–2013 In Color Patterns designer Series Paper. our artists and designers happily spend long hours creating seasonal magic with stamps. Poppy Parade 1/2" Stitched-Poly ribbon. Like Santa’s elves. do a good deed anonymously. 1" Circle. 13. Snowflake. Stamp gift tags and Christmas cards. Our stylish calendar is composed of 25 tiny. decorate the Christmas tree. Visit someone who could use some Christmas cheer! 15. Poppy Parade. Linen thread. Island Indigo. 2. Make snow sculptures. 4. Island Indigo and Lucky Limeade Classic Stampin’ Pads. Among this year’s holiday offerings is 25 & Counting— the perfect stamp set for making adorable cards and tags (see our gorgeous samples!)—or to help you deck the halls with a magical advent calendar! Dating back to Germany in the early nineteenth century. 14. 10. 23. enjoy Christmas day! 20 www. Stampin’ dimensionals. Make snow angels. Perfect Polka dots textured Impressions embossing Folder place a HolIDay task In eacH envelope anD fulfIll tHem as a famIly DurIng December. Sip hot chocolate. and teeny tiny wishes Sets. Postage Stamp. Lucky Limeade. Island Indigo 3/8" ruffled ribbon. take a drive and look at Christmas lights. wear holiday sweaters and go caroling. 1" Square. Island Indigo. Or consider designing 25 delightful coupons to hide in the envelopes. wrap presents. 18. Island Indigo.stampinup. Scallop Squares duo Bigz die 25 & counting tags 25 & Counting. 1. 12. rhinestone Basic Jewels. and Poppy Parade Stampin’ write Markers. Lucky Limeade. 20. Peekaboo Frames Bigz L die. Call a family member.

1-1/4" Circle. Brights Brads. pins. Mat Pack. 1-3/4" Scallop Circle. PaperPiercing tool. rhinestone Basic Jewels. Bitty Box & envelope Bigz XL die. ornament.95 us/$40. Mini Clothespins. Lucky Limeade. Large tag. Serene Snowflakes. 3/4" Circle.95 can • item 123794 $32. Island Indigo 3/8" ruffled. Frost white Shimmer Paint. Stampin’ dimensionals. delightful decorations. 1" Square. natural Hemp twine.95 can • Set of 25 25 & counting advent calendar 25 & Counting. Silver Glass Stampin’ Glitter. Sponge daubers. Postage Stamp. Curly Label. and whisper white 5/8" Satin ribbon. Big Shot. decorative Label. Poppy Parade 3/8" Poly-Stitched. Lucky Limeade 3/8" ruffled. 1/16" Circle. Island Indigo. dazzling diamonds Stampin’ Glitter. 1-3/4" Circle. Stocking Accents originals die. Lucky Limeade. doily.95 us/$54. Stocking tag. and Poppy Parade Classic Stampin’ Pads. 1-3/8" Circle. Bright Hopes. Lucky Limeade. 2010–2012 In Color Patterns and 2011–2013 In Color Patterns designer Series Paper. Scallop edge. Blossom Bouquet. white Stampin’ emboss Powder. Linen thread. wooden board november 2011 21 . and Stitched Stockings Sets. Island Indigo. Perfect Polka dots textured Impressions embossing Folder. Perfect Punches. Cherry Cobbler and white Baker’s twine. Island Indigo. and Poppy Parade Stampin’ write Markers. Scallop Square. and 1-1/4" Square Punches. dotted Scallop ribbon. northern Frost decorative Strip die. 1" Circle. and Poppy Parade Card Stock. Mini Jingle Bells. timeless type Junior Alphabet Medium Sizzlits die.share it stamps 25 & Counting Set • 2011 holiday Mini Catalog • item 123792 $44.

22 www. or a Bone Folder (sold separately). Simply Scored comes with rulers on the top and side and three Place Markers (additional Place Markers are sold separately). As your guests marvel at the rosettes. the end folds should be opposite: one should be a mountain fold.stampinup. this could make it easier to fold. or anything else—the rulers are built in. You can choose how far apart you want the score marks to be. You can put the adhesive directly on your project and put the rosette on top of it (see the First edition Specialty designer Series Paper rosette on the thank You card) or you can punch a small circle and adhere the rosette to it (see the Merry banner). It’s also great for scoring paper or card stock for cards. simply score every 1/2". Plan a workshop to spotlight Simply Scored and display some projects that have rosettes on them. score the entire sheet of paper first. 4 2 Squeeze the circle together so it forms a cylinder. then flip the paper over and score the lines in between the ones you just scored. score every other line. to make more defined mountain and valley folds. and one should be a valley fold so the sequence of mountain and valley folds isn’t interrupted once the ends are connected. adhere the ends together to create a circle. 5 3 See page 30 for Stampin’ Supplies. The 5-7/16" stylus has a cushioned grip for comfort and a large tip and small tip so you can choose how wide you want the actual score line to be. then stand it upright and gently push down on the top until it flattens into a rosette. Fold the paper in accordion-style pleats. boxes. Our new Simply Scored tool has a scoring base that is slightly larger than 12" x 12" with vertical scoring grooves every 1/8". or every 1"—you get the idea. The Place Markers come in handy if you’re doing multiple projects with the same scoring measurements. but they’re deceptively easy to create if you have the right tools and if you know a few tricks. (You’ll need to experiment a bit to determine the correct amount of pressure to apply for different types of paper. and the grooves keep score marks perfectly straight and even. use a strong adhesive (like Glue dots® or Multipurpose Liquid Glue) to hold the rosette together.share it product BIg with score simply scored creating rosettes good neWs! Stampin’ Up! now offers a scoring tool that makes it a breeze to create multiple score marks. If you want larger folds. Just insert the Place Marker into the slot at the top of the Simply Scored tool and forget about measuring over and over. perfect for making itty bitty folds.com . What could be better than that? rosettes look labor-intensive. or every 3/8".) There’s even a convenient storage compartment in the back of the tool for storing Place Markers. the Stylus. so you can keep your scoring and folding tools together. such as those on rosettes. After you’ve scored and folded the paper.” Simply Scored can simplify your crafting and give you beautiful results. but who has the time or patience to mark and measure with a ruler? I have a shortcut—I use the Simply Scored tool to make the score marks on rosettes in just seconds. You could say. pull out the Simply Scored tool and show them how easy it is to create stacks of rosettes. 1 If you’re going to create multiple rosettes. “Rosettes are a fun accent. and then cut it into strips the size you need. 3-D projects. depending on the thickness of the paper you’re using.

Stampin’ Up! demonstrators all over the world will unite to hold workshops from October 30–November 5. our Birthday card Make & Take uses products that are currently available in all Stampin’ Up! markets around the world. Crumb Cake. birthday card (3" x 3") Happiest Birthday wishes Set. and share their love of papercrafting. And with straight-forward Worldwide Week of Workshops tips and training. And now imagine . whether you’re a demonstrator because you want to maximize your hobby or whether you’re in it for the business perks too. Subtles Brads. get your bookings now and join in on the Worldwide Week of Workshops. buenas noches. With participation prizes for all. Perfect Polka dots textured Impressions embossing Folder Participating Countries: australIa canaDa france germany new zealanD puerto rIco unIteD kIngDom unIteD states Find more information in the Promotions section of the demonstrator website. Big Shot. dazzling diamonds Stampin’ Glitter. Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack. Pool Party. dotted Scallop ribbon Punch. along with the other trainings and resources online. november 2011 23 . you’ll easily join in on the fun. Crystal effects®. . . or Guten Abend. You’ll even have your project designs taken care of. Imagine that week. everyone wins.share it promotion earn prIzes wHen you joIn Demonstrators all over tHe worlD for a week of new frIenDs anD stampIng fun! Want to unIte on a global level? Then you’re in luck. bonsoir. laugh. Pool Party and wild wasabi Classic Stampin’ Pads. wild wasabi. Very Vanilla. and wisteria wonder Card Stock. yourself! This week of workshops is for you. with thousands of enthusiastic demonstrators entering their hostesses’ homes and greeting them with a good evening. For the first time ever. Stampin’ dimensionals. There’s also a coordinating card and hostess gift. So. Envision women gathered around tables from Alaska to Australia as they stamp.

com . and the creative director! So it’s no surprise that as you and your customers become more personally busy around the holidays. start booking now for holiday workshops and classes. have far-reaching marketing campaigns. During the hustle and bustle of this busy time. and gift tags! There is no shortage of reasons to get together and stamp during the holidays. spend time with family. the number could be relatively small. Not only will this make it easier for your customers to say “yes” to a December workshop. the 24 www. You may need to be particularly careful to make your December events more brief and the projects more immediately useful. it is also a time when we just want to relax. you have events planned for January. It’s hard to coordinate schedules during a month when everyone is so busy. scrapbook pages. Also. If you were to go on vacation with children who were going to miss a week of school. All of these things can add up to make the holidays a very difficult time to keep your business growing. but finding reasons to do it is of course the easy part. treat boxes. and so will your customers. There are dinners and parties to plan. focusing on your customers’ time is another way to make it much easier for them to agree to a holiday event. For some. plan aHeaD or club. Instead of seeing a boost in sales during the holidays— especially in December—many demonstrators see a significant decrease in comparison to their monthly average. You are the boss. while for others the list could have upwards of 100 names on it. and the longer you wait. packages and greeting cards to mail. If you haven’t already begun. during December. In addition to planning ahead. so they don’t fall behind. the more your customers’ calendars will fill up. And few yearly occasions are more celebrated or more memorable than the holiday season.stampinup. despite the impressive success of retail stores during the holidays. it gets very challenging to operate your business at the same level as usual. but it is especially scarce during the holidays. And it isn’t hard to imagine why. What a perfect time to create greeting cards. And in addition to all of these difficulties that the season presents. plan ahead so that when you return to work at the beginning of the New Year. information about current promotions. and escape the stress of everyday life. From Black Friday and Cyber Monday all the way through to Super Saturday. ample supplies for workshop projects. puttIng tIme to gooD use Let’s start with a couple of tips. class. If you want to take one or two weeks off during December. and their stockrooms are full of merchandise. First and foremost. Time is always hard to find. but it will give you plenty of time to order the supplies you need for the event. retail stores all over the world are packed from morning till night. For example. Storeowners can generally expect to do an average of about 20 percent of their annual sales during this one-month period. and everything else you’ll need to get right back into it. gifts to wrap—the list goes on and on. think of the number of greeting cards you like to send out during the holidays to friends and relatives. this challenging situation is a bit ironic. Think of your holiday vacation in a similar way. because one of the best reasons to make cards and scrapbooks is to celebrate and remember the special occasions that occur throughout our lives. Retail stores are fully staffed. And retail jewelers can actually take in just under onethird of their sales for the entire year during the frenzied commotion of the holiday season. the employee. they would need to talk to their teachers ahead of time to find out what they’ll need to study and what schoolwork they’ll need to do during their absence. the marketing department. Making it happen is where it gets tricky. many businesses thrive. the sales staff. seemingly endless gift lists to shop for. At the same time. many Stampin’ Up! demonstrators see the inverse of this phenomenon in their own businesses. you’ll want to take time off just like everyone else. However. plan ahead. your business is solely owned and operated by a single person: you.feature maintaining growth through the holidays decemberdifficulties the holIday season is always one of the busiest times of the year. Even if your average customer was only planning to send out about 25 cards. In contrast.

Many of us plan to strictly budget our money during the holidays. and a few of their closest friends. about 10 cards would be enough for their parents. offer two separate projects while continuing to keep costs low. This will reduce the cost of supplies. Very Vanilla Card Stock. and Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine. Letters to Santa Designer Series Paper. money is often on our minds around the holidays. and stamps could easily seem like a luxury item during December. the greeting card and gift tag both feature the Merry & Type Set. Gift-giving is a central part of the holiday season. try to make it easier. especially with all the holiday shopping she has to do. and most of the gifts we give cost money. For example. in order to buy things like greeting cards or gift boxes. This simply means that the money they spend with you is money they would have had to spend elsewhere anyway. Add festive treats and holiday music to make it a memorable experience that your customers will want to repeat next year. You can make our Peace on Earth tag (also in this month’s Online Extras) alongside the Merry and Bright card to offer both a card and a gift tag. This allows you to hold an event which brings in sales. november 2011 25 . but since we all want to give our loved ones gifts they’ll love. but it doesn’t overwhelm your customers with too much work. you can make it a fun and memorable time for your Stampin’ Up! customers. and tags. The last point to remember is cost. A project like our Merry and Bright card (found in this month’s Online Extras) would be perfect—a simple and elegant design that uses several consumable items that your customers will want to purchase and use in future projects. consIDerIng cost this. bags. rather than “in addition to” purchases. All you have to do to make it more affordable is use many of the same products in both projects. and you get to place a workshop order afterward.feature prospect of taking the time to make all of them by hand could be daunting. and highlight the versatility of the products as well. all while maintaining your sales and continuing to make your business grow. Think of ways—such as the stamp camp described—in which your customers can make “instead of” purchases with you. Taking your customers’ time into consideration. With a format like this. Because of Visit our Online Extras to see the Merry and Bright card and the Peace on Earth tag. To add more variety to a December event. many of us still end up going over our predetermined limit. Early Espresso ink. For most people. With precise planning and careful consideration for your customers’ needs during this busy season. handmade greeting cards for their closest friends and family members. you take up less of their time while helping them cross something off of their to-do list. so consider holding a stamp camp in which your customers can make as few as 10 beautiful. siblings.

” —Viktor Frankl Of course. And the good news is that it is entirely in your control. Do they want to buy from us again? Host for us again? Sign up to be a member of our downline? More than anything else we do. This pursuit alone could be the difference in what lies in store for you as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator— who becomes a part of your Stampin’ Up! business. no matter the outcome. but one thing is for sure—it will have an impact on at least one important person in your life: you! “Sometimes we are limited more by attitude than by opportunities. misery loves company). The fact that a good attitude has an impact on our lives is not shocking. Sometimes we don’t have time to make the projects we want to make or organize ourselves as much as we would prefer. having a good attitude does not mean we ignore challenges. not on what others are doing. And through this. A positive attitude is not an accident. we seek people who have good attitudes and who are positive to be around. having a good attitude means we face our challenges while keeping our sights on what is most important to us.” —Anonymous We may have little control over the bumps we face in our Stampin’ Up! businesses. “the last of the human freedoms is to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances. We ask ourselves questions that focus on our ability to choose a good attitude: Am I working on those things that keep me focused on what I need to do to succeed? Are my energies focused on my success.com . have done. Studies suggest that an individual’s attitude is a main factor employers use when hiring or promoting employees. You may never know how many people will be affected by your attitude (positive or negative). Studies have continually shown a causal link between optimistic attitudes and good health.stampinup. Sales guru Zig Ziglar says attitude is the defining factor in a person’s ability to succeed. but when we want to feel secure in our decisions. “This place is a disaster! No one wears shoes!” The second one also sent word home: “This place is a gold mine! No one wears shoes!” Which of these two do you think had the greatest potential for happiness? For success? Who likely had the most energy and conviction to put into their work? Having a positive attitude toward your business and toward life in general may be one of the most important characteristics of your success. negative and always complaining? Someone who refuses to play any role but that of the victim? We may seek bad energy when we are in a bad mood (after all. We can’t control our customers. Instead. in turn. we can still choose to view our business in a positive way. invite to become a part of it. Regardless. one sent word back home complaining. After the first day. I can still choose to keep a good attitude? Keep a good attitude as you chart your course for success. choosing a positive attitude can impact these things.feature AlTiTudE wItH gain a story Is told of two salesmen who were sent to a faraway land to sell shoes. We can’t control our hostesses. or have achieved? Am I thankful for the people who have helped me? Am I appreciative of the opportunities that have gone as planned and for those that didn’t? Do I realize that. So why bring this up if most people know the importance of maintaining a positive attitude? Because it’s easy to forget and it’s easy to give up ownership of our own attitudes. We can’t control the economy. Do you want to work for or buy from someone who is Atti tude 26 www. we can have some control over how others react to us. and who they. Think about your own experience.

Time to create those elaborate. With this program. . uSe my Digital StuDio to MAKe Your HoLIdAY GIFtS tHe SIMPLeSt eVer! Try one of our planners for a simple. terrific family gifts such as planners and calendars. . start up My Digital Studio. and we’ve added many items for your holiday pleasure. Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack. and make quick gifts for everyone on your list with My Digital Studio Designer Templates. and .50 can Online order only november 2011 27 . .feature simple season for ’tis the the holIday season is underway. fire up your computer. Try creating one (or more) of these. 2012 planner traditional products: 1/16" Circle Punch. And . . If just reading about holiday preparations makes you tired. Print it with a soft cover and give it to that friend who likes to organize her time.95 us/$18. Check out our 2012 Daily Planner Notebook Template Digital Download 2012 Daily Planner Photobook Template 127574 $14. we have a simple solution: My Digital Studio. My digital Studio™ elements: 2012 daily Planner Photobook template. You’ll find gifts in many price ranges: small items you can use as neighbor gifts or gifts for co-workers. and presents that are perfect for friends. And what about that Christmas gift list you created? You need to get those ready. There are dozens of ideas and images you can work with. handcrafted projects you’ve been considering for months. meaningful gift idea. aDD It to tHe planner (available in the “Photobooks & Individual Pages” category) that’s perfect for desk calendars. you can make your holiday preparations easier than ever! Instead of hopping into the car for an extended shopping trip.

BY tHe BooK Who doesn’t need a notebook. What a beautiful. decorate it with a piece of On Board chipboard as our artist did here. early espresso Baker’s twine. or something in between. work. you can create all-digital projects. Small Heart Punch. on Board Merry Medley. largely hybrid projects. or just for fun.feature Depending on the time you have to invest. simple way to make an exceptional present—your Impressive Ideas journal will be an impressive gift indeed. rhinestone Basic Jewels. Pool Party textured Card Stock. Cherry Cobbler Card Stock. Digital Download Impressive Ideas Journal Template 127437 $1. Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad.stampinup.95 us/$2. And whether they use it for school. especially one with a front and back cover you can design yourself? Once you design and print the journal.50 can Online order only 28 www. My digital Studio elements: Impressive Ideas Journal template.com . impressive ideas notebook traditional products: distressed dots Background Stamp. anyone would love writing down their important thoughts inside.

It’s a great gift for family and friends. This is fantastic for those last minute gifts. Give your gifts a handcrafted look in just moments! In addition to using our tag sets as tags. Pearl Basic Jewels. you can print them on 8-1/2" x 11" paper at home if you need to. My digital Studio elements: 2012 Modern Prints Jewel Case Calendar template. So don’t delay! Best of all. you can embellish them just as our artists did.95 can Online order only november 2011 29 . My digital Studio elements: Sending Glad tidings designer tags Kit. white Vellum Paper. Then. once you’ve created your artwork. Cherry Cobbler Baker’s twine. print one for yourself and one for a friend.95 us/$9. doily Punch. Best of all—you can create one calendar in My Digital Studio and still use it as multiple gifts. etc. PLAY tAG One thing every gift-giver needs is a tag for each gift. if you like.95 us/$18. Even if you give each member of your family (or book club. rhinestone Basic Jewels. you can make every one personal by using a unique color scheme or adding different embellishments once it’s printed. you can shop from home and create a gift as unique as the person you’re giving it to.50 can Online order only on tHe CALendAr Create a gift with our smaller-sized 2012 Modern Prints Jewel Case Calendar Template option. Pearl and rhinestone Basic Jewels. Digital Download Sending Glad Tidings Designer Tags Kit 127587 $7. you can also use them as gifts for others. It’s the perfect blend of form and function. What could be more fun than these sweet tags? The tag comes complete with punched holes in the corner. Digital Download 2012 Modern Prints Jewel Case Calendar Template 127590 $14. Note how these tags are customized with small embellishments. jan calendar traditional products: whisper white card stock.feature gift tags traditional products: real red 1/8" taffeta ribbon. or Rhinestone Basic Jewels all turn a simple gift tag into a stunning decoration. Tied ribbon. It’s the perfect time to get a jump start on your holiday shopping.) the same gift. Just print out as many copies as you’d like. It’s an ideal gift to share with neighbors or coworkers as they begin their holiday preparations.

Cherry Cobbler 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain ribbon. Metallic Brads. Pinking Hearts Border.” pAge 22 merry banner Just Perfect Alphabet Set. Silver Glimmer Paper. and Very Vanilla Card Stock. and real red Stampin’ write Markers. Stampin’ dimensionals. Cherry Cobbler. Silver Glimmer Paper. and 3/4" Circle Punches. visit the demonstrator website.stampinup. and 1/16" Circle Punches. old olive. Stocking tag. Cherry Cobbler. 3/4" Circle and 1" Circle Punches. Cherry Cobbler Baker’s twine. early espresso Baker’s twine. Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Pad. fabric. old olive textured Card Stock. Holly Berry Bouquet designer Buttons. Very Vanilla Card Stock.” pAge 18 mini bread loaf tiny tags Set. Big Shot. At the end of the workshop. Holly Berry Bouquet Specialty designer Series Paper. 1/16" Circle. while sharing the fun and creativity of Stampin’ Up! products with your friends.fyi for your share the big shot information FYI thank you card (5-1/2" x 4-1/4". Lace ribbon. If they join during October. First edition Specialty designer Series Paper. they’ll get a FREE Big Shot—and the Big Shot is a big deal! Start your Stampin’ Up! year strong. old olive textured Card Stock. Scallop edge. wow them by explaining that they could get the Big Shot for free! à la card You’ll find a card created with this template on page 15. thread joy candles welcome Christmas Set.com . make & take) delicate doilies and Short & Sweet Sets. doily. Very Vanilla. early espresso. For more details. Want a tip to help you get started? Try holding a workshop based simply around the Big Shot. sewing machine and thread à la card You’ll find a card created with this template on page 20. Big Shot. early espresso 3/8" Quilted Satin ribbon. old olive textured Card Stock. First edition Specialty designer Series Paper. wild wasabi textured Card Stock. mini loaf pan. Stampin’ dimensionals. Jewelry tag. Silver Glimmer Paper. Simply Scored There is no better way to help your customers explore their creativity than by introducing them to the Stampin’ Up! opportunity. natural Hemp twine. early espresso Baker’s twine. decorative Label. and show off all the cool features and fun projects that can be made using the Big Shot. merry & bright cone Merry & type Set. and old olive Classic Stampin’ Pads. Very Vanilla Card Stock. First edition Specialty and Holly Berry Bouquet Specialty designer Series Paper. Simply Scored 30 www. Basic Gray. Basic Gray. and 2-3/8" Scallop Circle Punches. 1-3/4" Circle. More Mustard. rhinestone Basic Jewels. Cherry Cobbler. Very Vanilla Card Stock. early espresso. Your customers will be delighted. Perfect Pennants Bigz L die. Cherry Cobbler and early espresso Stampin’ write Markers. and wild wasabi Card Stock. Stocking Accents originals die. stampin’ supplies “love thy neIghBor. and neighbors. early espresso. fabric “score BIg wIth sImply scored. Mini Jingle Bells. Cherry Cobbler. eyelet and 1/16" Circle Punches. and wild wasabi Classic Stampin’ Pads. Christmas Lane Simply Scrappin’ Kit. family.

monthly contest rules And InformAtIon • Winning projects often share the following features: They use only one set along with a greeting set. check your AttItude AgAInst “Gain Altitude with Attitude” on page 26. Due to local laws. 2011. Scrapbook pages include photos and journaling. show your customers how eAsy mAkIng rosettes can be using the Simply Scored scoring tool. When submitting photos of you or members of your immediate family. card stock. use “’tIs the seAson for sImple gIftIng” on pAge 27 • Submission of artwork to Stampin’ Up! constitutes agreement with Stampin’ Up!’s payment policy and acknowledgment that the artwork becomes the property of Stampin’ Up! to be used by the company as desired. or create your own list of business.” —DenIse sullIvan | frIsco.” —carolIne lebel | toronto. Entries for the December Contest must be received in our office on or before November 30. with the deadline falling on the last day of the month. Help them see how they can use this amazing product in their workshops. pens. December Contest winners will be featured in our February issue. borders. and the category you are entering. Write this information directly on the back of the card or item. All scrapbook layouts must contain photos. this December Contest runs November 1–30. However. regardless of country. (Demonstrator Support will call winners and take their free stamp orders within 10 business days of the contest deadline. encourAge your downlIne memBers to get involved in the worldwide week of workshops. and any accessories or tools used. See page 23 and visit the demonstrator website for more information about this exciting week of global unity. Give clear directions. if possible. markers. take note of where you’re doing well and where your attitude could use improvement.make it happen contestcategories december the following Art Contests are for the month of December. or frames.) • to show your downline how much fun they can have with My digital Studio. ontarIo use the 25 & countIng set • to make advent calendars with your downline. which can be found on the demonstrator website under my Business>my Business Resources>Copyright. Also write your name. Include a list of Stampin’ Supplies used to make your entry: Specify stamp set or wheel names. Contest winners in each category may select any three stamp sets (excluding hostess sets) from the current catalog and/or mini catalog. ut 84065 • with your downline “my best pIece of aDvIce Is to stay connecteD to your passIon anD love of stampIng. We receive more entries in the Wow! Art File because there are no subject limitations. upcomingcontests feeling lucky welcome. Learn about how they run their business and pick a few pieces of advice to apply to your business. lots of love wow! art file Projects for Valentine’s Day Entries due November 30 All other projects on your own “I treat my customers tHe way I woulD lIke to be treateD. Stamps and accessories used must be in the current catalog. follow the step-By-step InstructIons on pAge 15 decemBer contest deAdlInes • • • Contests run for a single month at a time. anD tHat IncluDes gIvIng tHem tHe best customer servIce possIble. Except where contests for individual countries are noted. Do not submit projects made with patterns or images known to be copyrighted. pads. if necessary. spring Projects for St. please have all main subjects in the photo fill out a photo waiver form. Please include that release with your submission. Mail to: stAmpIn’ up! contest: [cAtegory nAme] 12907 south 3600 west rIverton. Copy our list of fun ideas on page 20 to fill each envelope. you grant Stampin’ Up! the right to publish those photos. Invite everyone to write down their business plan for december. the types and colors of papers. if you’d like to submit a project with photos of individuals other than immediate family members. If you want proof of delivery. Patrick’s Day Entries due December 31 Projects celebrating spring Entries due January 31 to create your own layered emboss resist card. so your chances of winning are better in the other category. contest winners living in Québec must choose stamp sets for which the total value is less than $100 can. demonstrator number. make sure those photo waivers are included with any projects you submit to Stampin’ Up! Do not send photos taken by professional photographers unless you have obtained a release of the copyright in writing. • revIew “decemBer dIffIcultIes” on pAge 24 with your downline. See “Score Big with Simply Scored” on page 22 for more information on creating rosettes. (See address below. texas get to know the top demonstrAtors of the yeAr on page 9.) Contest entries will not be returned. plus backgrounds. demonstrators from the US and Canada may enter all contests and one winner will be chosen for each contest. Please pack all entries carefully and label the box or envelope with the contest month and category. Submit as many entries per category as you wish. november 2011 31 . please send by registered mail or a similar option. • tampin’ Up! cannot answer inquiries about whether S or not contest entries arrived in the office. the month of the contest.or stamping-related tasks to complete each day in december.

UT 84065 get ready. Leadership 2012! Here CoMeS San Antonio. and experienCe Come to leadership ConferenCe with friends and fellow demonstrators. January 18–20. dazzling projeCt ideas.12907 South 3600 West Riverton. useful business advice. texas. 2012. and memories that are sure to last a lifetime. Check the demonstrator website for more details about this exciting event. regIstratIon Dates: october 18 october 19 october 20 MAnAGerS And ABoVe SenIor SuPerVISorS And ABoVe SuPerVISorS (IF SPACe IS AVAILABLe) And ABoVe . reCeive inspiration.

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