Friday, October 12, 2018

My 4th week challenge - Intro to the experience of being a demo

     Week 4 of the challenge from Stampin' Up to help me share the fun of being a demonstrator has been fun.  I was challenged to put to paper the things I love about the products, the workshops and my memories of being a new demonstrator.  Then to take that and make a 30 second commercial on any type of media for becoming a demonstrator as part of my team. And make a few stamped items to share my contact info and my commercial and hand out a few of them this week.

     Here is my 30 second commercial I printed out and inserted in my stamped card :

               Hi, my name is Tracey Gouraud and I’m an independent Stampin’ Up demonstrator.  I would like to share my story with you and maybe help you to want to join the fun that is Stampin’ Up. 
     Many years ago, a friend kept inviting me to her stamping parties and I declined them because I thought I wasn’t creative or crafty.  She kept inviting me until I caved in.  I went to one party and made the project and tweaked it just a little.  I bought something for my sister who is crafty. After another party, I decided to have my own party and then another.  Then the demonstrator suggested I might want to be a demonstrator. 15 years later, I’m still a demonstrator and having fun being creative and making friendships with others, having fun with the wonderful colorful products, going to conventions and meeting other independent demonstrators from all over the world!  I stepped out of my comfort zone, you can too!
     I designed and made this card and can help you find your creative side and become a demonstrator too.  Just go to my website: and click on Join the Fun.  If you have questions, please contact me.  You’ll be glad you did.

Here's the card I made a few of:

     I'm also getting prepared to go to the convention in Orlando to celebrate Stampin' Up's 30th anniversary and my 15 year anniversary of being a demo!  You could be sharing the fun if you were a demo too!

Stampingly yours,
Tracey Gouraud

1 comment:

  1. Brilliant idea Tracey. It is always interesting to read our we all became demos. TFS