Supporting Team Success with Gifts and Notecards with Video

Supporting Team Success

How I ever told you how awesome my Team of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators are? I can’t say enough nice things about them so instead I am sharing a card and gift that they all recently received. Don’t worry, I made sure everyone has their gift and this post will not spoil the surprise 🙂  Whether anyone joins for the hobby discount or has aspirations to start a business venture, supporting the members of your team is an important part of showing your gratitude.


Gifts and Notecards for your Team

team support


Design Details

Cards for Team Members

Receiving a card from me is nothing new for my team, lol. Lots of cards and make & take projects are shared on a regular basis. When an occasion arises to share something a bit more special, such as a promotion or reaching Goals, it’s time to lend support and celebrate accomplishments. Stamping the Note Cards & Envelopes that I’m sharing today was fun for me. I created cards with colors that I like in a style that makes me happy. This was a way to send a little bit of myself to someone dear.


Gifts for Your Hardworking Team

Sharing a gift created with products that we all have come to love and hold dear, I used empty stamp cases to decorate as gift packaging. Did you know that you can purchase the stamp cases, with no stamps inside? Some crafters store things inside like embellishments and ribbon. It will be up to the receiver to decide the eventual place and use for the packaging but I sent it to them loaded up with a variety of adhesives and tools. The wide styled cases that are typically used for wood mount stamps will sit nicely on a shelf and be a reminder to them all of their great accomplishments.


For a visual demonstration on how I created this project, check out the video demonstration link below.

Here is a look at the gift I created for each Team Member




measurements for this project

Whisper White Note Cards & Envelopes sold in a set of 20



I created a visual demonstration of this project that is posted on my YouTube channel. CLICK here to watch or watch below.



Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂






Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator


When you purchase the $99 Starter Kit during the month of July, you’ll get $125 in YOUR CHOICE of Stampin’ Up! products for $99 (that’s $26 in FREE product and the kit ships FREE) PLUS receive a  BONUS Essentials Gift Pack including:

Paper Snips (the BEST scissors to keep at hand)

SNAIL Adhesive (my personal fave go-to adhesive)

Grid paper pack (a stamper’s MUST HAVE, and this one is FREE!)

Two (2!) D Blocks (clear acrylic blocks to hold your stamps, the most common size)

Bone Folder (an essential for every crafter’s supplies)

That’s an added value of $52 Bucks!!!! Did I mention the shipping is FREE? (yeah!)

Now add on the Carols of Christmas Stamp Set from the holiday catalog for FREE ($20 US)!

Click here to take advantage of these savings!

All the perks of being a demonstrator are yours, with no further obligation. Become a hobby demo and get the Demonstrator discount for your own crafting supplies. It’s really just that easy! Any questions, just ask. I’m here to help!




Using the current HOST CODE will add to your points toward a free stamp set!


For information on this month’s live events, click here for details and supplies

Jenny Hall


In answer to many questions, yes I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and YES you can join my team. I have a non-geographical team, which means you can live anywhere in the US and participate on my team. I hold monthly meetings via FaceBook LIVE in which you assemble a prepared project. Now is also the best time to join as a hobby demo. It’s a win=win for you !


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