It's been a fun week to be a Stampin' Up demonstrator! A whole bunch of us, worldwide, got together to express our appreciation to our Demonstrator Support Agents in the call center. They work so hard to answer all our questions, train the newbies, fix our ordering mistakes, and so much more. I never hang up without a smile on my face.
I don't know what Stampin' Up looks for in their vetting process for their agents, but it's good stuff, because all of them are awesome! Other companies could really learn from them.
So demonstrators all over the world are sending treats, flowers and of course hand-stamped gifts and goodies to their regional home offices this week. It's been super fun to see what's being sent in--everything from balloons to banners and even catered lunches and food baskets!
The Song of My Heart team and I decided to make coasters this year, and it was truly a group project. Our members in Arizona made all the envelopes, our members in Wisconsin stamped all the cork coasters, and our members from all over the United States sent in money to cover the supplies and postage expenses. It made my heart so glad to package it all up, tape it shut and send it on the way!
We used the hashtags #weloveDS and #stampinup to tag everything on social media, so that's what we stamped on our coasters, too, using Stazon ink pads so they won't run when wet. (And because I know you'll ask--the pre-cut blank cork coasters were from Hobby Lobby : )
We don't get moments like this without people like them. I hope the DS agents smile every time they use their coasters at their desk! Because we sure smile when we think of them. Thanks, guys! #weloveDS