I knew it was coming, but I wasn’t quite sure what it would look like.
A necklace, yes.
But that could be a lot of things!
So when my Stampin’ Up! order arrived this afternoon, for the first time I pushed past the stamp sets, the embellishments and the papers that I had ordered – and went straight for a little box.
This is what was inside:
Ba-da-bling! Here it is – my reward from Stampin’ Up! (along with an increase in my commissions) for achieving the ‘Silver’ level!
Trust me – this picture doesn’t really do justice to the shine of this pretty necklace; I was trying to get a good picture without any ‘glare’! 😉
In case you’re wondering why I received this necklace; Stampin’ Up! recently revamped their compensation plan and titles & levels for demonstrators, to bring everyone in line, now that Stampin’ Up! is a global company. This way, regardless of whether you’re a demonstrator in Canada, the U.S., the U.K., Japan or elsewhere, we now all have the same titles and compensation levels – and we know what each of us is talking about, without having to figure out equivalents!
So now, all new demonstrators start at a Bronze level, with regular 20% commission. The next level is Bronze Elite, where you receive an increase in your commission to 25%. At Silver, you receive this lovely silver necklace (or a silver money clip, your choice); and it goes up from there all the way to Platinum Elite (where your likeness is painted on a chapel ceiling – just kidding!)
I will be proudly wearing my necklace as a sign of my love for what I do, and the company I represent. I hope I get asked about it – ’cause you know the story I’ll tell!
Thanks for letting me ‘humbrag’ here…I just had to share!
If you would like more information about becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and enjoying this and other perks – give me a call or email (604.298.0472 firstname.lastname@example.org). I’d love to talk to you. You can also find more information, and sign up by clicking HERE.
Now I should get back to work finishing some projects, so that I can share them with you!
Until next time – happy stamping!