Monday, May 17, 2010

A NEW Resource for Stampin' Up! Demo's available now & Blog Candy!!

I have been a very busy bee!! I have been doing a lot of training and rebuilding of my business as of late due to our recent move. And as a part of that I have been re-evaluating how I do my workshops. It occurred to me that the part of the workshop I felt was most awkward was the Catalogue tour. The catalogue is fabulous, but it's huge! And I always felt like I was doing it a disservice as I couldn't effectively talk about all of it, otherwise I would confuse the guests. So I decided to do something about it.

I created a Workshop Walk-through presentation in My Digital Studio that I have then put into a 12x12 scrapbook. Now I have a concise and easy to follow presentation that provides workshop guests with all the initial Stampin' Up! information!

And the best part is, I am now going to offer this to all Stampin' Up! demos for purchase!!!! Visit my Resource for Demo's page for more information. Or contact me directly!

I honour of my new product launch I would like to have a contest!! I need a name for my Workshop Walk-through. Please send me your suggestions. The contest will stay open until a name has been chosen. The winner will receive a Digital copy (file only) of a customized presentation (does not include MDS printing or 12x12 scrapbook)!!! Please send me your name suggestions for your chance to win. Please SU Demo's only.

I hope that you find this resource to be as helpful to you, as it is to me.



Darlean Fitzgerald said...

Here are a few ideas for you. I'll try and think of more. Looks like a good resource but unfortunately not in my budget.

1.First Steps- An into to the Idea Book & Catalogue
2.Workshop 123- Catalogue Guide
3.Getting to know your IB & C
4. A guide to your Stampin Up Catalogue
5. User Guide- How to naviagate the catalogue

Roberta said...

Wow, I can't believe you haven't gotten any comments yet. This is a great idea and thanks for the opportunity. As far as the name, I think you already named it. "Workshop Walk-through" It is perfect; you are walking through the workshop with your guests.

Roberta Smith


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