To give you an idea what Stampin’ Up is about I would like to show you their mission statement I found on their site HERE:
Statement of the Heart, reads: “To love what we do and share what we love, as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments … in this we make a difference.”
To help fulfill this statement, Stampin’ Up! launched its Making a Difference program in 2003. This program facilitates corporate giving and promotes service among demonstrators and employees.
Through the Making a Difference program, Stampin’ Up! partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). Each year, we design an exclusive stamp set to promote the partnership with RMHC, and donate a portion of the proceeds from the each sale of that set. To date, more than $1,000,000 has been donated from RMHC stamp set sales.
Stampin’ Up!’s demonstrators are also encouraged to volunteer their time teaching local Ronald McDonald House guests the creative art of rubber stamping through the Making a Difference program. Demonstrators also create cards at training events which are donated to Ronald McDonald Houses. Those staying at the Houses then use the cards to keep in touch with loved ones while they are away from home.
Since 2005, Stampin’ Up! has been honored to participate in the TODAY Show’s Holiday Toy Drive. This year, Stampin’ Up! will be donating over $500,000 worth of stamping and paper crafting products.
In conjunction with the donation, Stampin’ Up!’s Sara Douglass will make an appearance on NBC’s TODAY Show on Thursday, November 29. We are honored and excited to once again participate in this annual holiday tradition of giving back and making a difference!
I know this was more than their mission statement but, I wanted you to know how committed this company is!
I was so excited to receive the paper pumpkin to help with my review from Stampin’ Up! They include complete instructions, that are super easy to follow. Great pictures to follow, and alternative decorations you can make with each kit are on their site. Let me show you how the granddaughters did with the project. First I will show you what I received.
These are the 2 different boxes that turn into pieces of the pie. You can fill these with goodies!
You make your own stamps with these premade phrases.
You put the stickers on the glasses to make your stamp.
These are premeasured for the pom poms.
These help you make the pom poms super easy.
These are the stickers that you stamp your phrase onto. They double as a way to seal the box.
These stickers are double sided so you can place them exactly where you would like.
The large one is for the pom pom, the small ones are for the feathers.
Beautiful colors of the feathers.
The top one is your easy to follow directions.
The bottom one tells you where to go for more ideals for the great box craft set!
They are working on their stamp below.
I would recommend practicing on the cardboard before putting on sticker.
Now they are pretending to take a big bite.
The kids love it! When my other granddaughter comes back this weekend, we will be finishing our project. I helped Desiree with the first one so I knew she understood. Then she taught Madison really quickly.
Stampin’ Up has a lot of things for all the crafters out there HERE. But they have boxes, just like I received, that you can subscribe to. Just click the link below for more details.
Each month a fully designed project kit arrives in a delightful box filled with stamps, ink, and paper—everything cut and ready to go so you can skip to the fun. Just think of it as creativity in a box.
Let me show you some of their past boxes.
Follow them for all the latest.
FACEBOOK (different one)
Want to win a Paper Pumkin like I received?
Enter the Home For The Holidays giveaway on my home page.
They offer gift subscriptions for those on your holiday lists that would enjoy their own creative experience. HERE
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