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What an excellent call last night!

I will be emailing demo support and compliance this morning to answer specific questions that came up in the call about kits and compliance and will post when I have answers.  Pals, please contact DS by email ([email protected]) to review what you want to put in your kit for approval.  I can’t and won’t make judgment calls with as tricky as the answers are (and changed this week relating to a few areas).

Stampin’ Up! Policy on Demonstrator-Produced Kits

  • If a demonstrator is creating project kits—whether they be card kits or any other project kit–they should be careful to avoid purchasing more merchandise than needed for the kits and causing a stockpile of merchandise.
  • Kit contents must be consumable; they cannot include stamp sets, full-size ink pads, or any products that, if not sold, could be returned to Stampin’ Up!
  • Kit contents cannot contain Stampin’ Up! products in its original packaging.
  • Kit contents, such as card stock or paper, cannot include any pre-stamped Stampin’ Up! images.
  • Demonstrators should keep in mind that once they purchase Stampin’ Up! products and create their own packaged kit with those products, they have created their own product in a sense, and the products are no longer Stampin’ Up! products. As a result, demonstrators cannot return those items to Stampin’ Up! for a refund or exchange under any circumstances.

If you missed the call or would like to listen again, here is the recording as well as the PDF of the PowerPoint presentation.

  • Listen to the recording HERE
  • View the PowerPoint PDF Presentation HERE
  • Door prize winner, $25 shopping spree:  Bridget Trefethen
  • Susan Itell promised to share this link – her paper cutter (for mass producing kits/cards).
     

 

Idea Day
  

REMINDER:  Play the Idea Day Challenge and Drawing (deadline 11a MST today).

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