In 1988, two sisters had a dream to enjoy meaningful relationships and express creativity. Stampin' Up! was the fulfillment of that dream: it gave them an excuse to meet new people, have fun, and share creative thoughts and projects. More than two decades later, thousands of demonstrators around the world are living the dream themselves, using Stampin’ Up! products to create handmade cards, scrapbook pages, craft projects, and home decor.
Stampin' Up! products are not sold in stores, but may be purchased at home parties or through a network of independent sales consultants called Stampin' Up! demonstrators. You’ll find our demonstrators in these countries: the United States and Puerto Rico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, and the Netherlands.
Stampin' Up! operates two state-of-the-art facilities: an 80,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Kanab, Utah, and a 300,000-square-foot home office and distribution center in Riverton, Utah.
During 2013, Stampin’ Up! will be celebrating an exciting milestone: 25 years of making a difference in the lives of its demonstrators, customers, and countless others through sharing creativity, encouraging and honoring our demonstrators’ accomplishments, and our myriad philanthropic endeavors.
In the coming months, you’ll seeBlog posts on our corporate web page reminiscing on the last 25 years!Fun facts about Stampin’ Up! on our Facebook page!Special 25th anniversary promotions!An exclusive “Best of 25 Years” stamp set offering!
You have been an integral part of our success, and so we invite you to join in our year-long celebration of 25 years of making a difference. Contact your demonstrator today to schedule your 25th anniversary party!
Stampin' Up! products are not sold in stores, but may be purchased at home parties or through a network of independent sales consultants called Stampin' Up! demonstrators. Currently, more than 40,000 demonstrators from all 50 states and Puerto Rico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Austria, France, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom teach the art of rubber stamping and share their enthusiasm for rubber stamping, scrapbooking, and card making.