Something you may not know about Stampin’ UP!


Since Stampin’ Up! began in 1998, they have been committed to ‘making a difference’ whenever and wherever they can. Through the years, they have joined with their demonstrators and customers many times to raise funds for worthwhile causes around the world, from natural disaster recovery to compelling health issues, such as cancer research and heart health.

In 2003, they officially launched their Making a Difference program, designed to facilitate giving by the corporate office and promote service among demonstrators and employees.

Stampin’ UP! are proud to be associated with thousands of demonstrators and customers around the world who share their commitment to making a difference in the world around us. Demonstrators are involved in countless personal efforts in their communities, as well as joining with Head Office in organized efforts.

And there is something you can do to help the 2015 Ronald McDonald House programme. This year Stampin ‘ UP! has committed to give $3.00 from the purchase price of every “Sprinkles of Life” Stamp Set sold.  This great Stamp Set consists of 22 Photopolymer Stamps and costs just $37.


The cards shown here are examples of what you can do with this cute stamp set.  Together with the matching ‘Tree Builder Punch.’ Imagine the fun you could have making these gorgeous cards, knowing that part of the proceeds has gone to the wonderful Ronald Mcdonald House charity to help sick children and their families.

 Tree Builder Punch.

Imagine the possibilities with this cute punch.

If I can help you with any of these products, please leave me a message below. If you would like a current Stampin’ UP! catalogue please leave me a message.

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