Saturday, 12 March 2016
Stamp Club spots are opening up!
I've been running stamp clubs for several years now. Both here at home, and further afield for groups that want me to come to them. I'm also looking at beginning a virtual stamp club for those that are in Australia, but too far away from me to be physically here. I love my clubs! Why? Because its an awesome way for people to pace their orders on a regular basis, to learn new techniques and play with new products and ideas, as well as get to know a group of like-minded crafters. And on top of all that, each member gets to benefit by being the hostess once in every cycle of the club.
My ideal number of members is 5 or 6 to get a club off the ground. Some years I've had as many as 5 clubs running at the same time. Right now I have space to get another club or two up and running, and I've decided to try my first "Virtual Club" too. The virtual club will work the same as other clubs in that you will place your $50 or more club order by the specified date, using a hostess code to join all the orders together. The hostess for that month (I usually draw all the names out of a hat to determine the order of the hostesses) will receive hostess benefits based on all the orders received. For virtual club girls I will make a video of that month's project and you will be able to follow along to make the project at home.
In the past i have run both monthly clubs, and bi-monthly clubs to suit a range of budgets and lifestyles. If you are interested I would love to hear from you! By being part of the club you would be committing to either an order of $50 every month, OR every second month. Commitment time can vary depending on numbers in the group. But usually it is a year for bi-monthly clubs, and 6 months for monthly clubs.
Interested? Click HERE to let me know... and whether you are interested in a regular club (either here or in your area) or in a Virtual Club (either because you are further away OR because you find it difficult to attend for any reason). I look after the Central Coast, Sydney metro and Hunter areas, and am very happy to travel within these limits.
Today's project is actually my sneak peek of next week's Stamp Club project (it's a club that meets bi-monthly in my home). I usually make the same project for all club events during a specific month, unless requested to do something different. How cute is that little Easter Lamb stamp? And it would work just as well for baby cards, if Easter isn't something you celebrate in this way. It's worth noting that the projects I make in Stamp Club are a little more "stepped-up" than what i might make at a party.
Have an awesome day... if Stamp Club sounds like something you'd love... let me know!