Sunday, May 26, 2013

Stamp Clubs made for you

Stamp clubs have been a large part of my business for over six years. Each year they grow and evolve. I currently have five clubs running each month. I am very flexible and always want my customers to go home happy after a great crafting experience. Over the years my customers have been wonderful and giving me feed back! I love it, it has made my business the success that it is today.

For a while now my clubs have been combo clubs. This means during the year we alternate months between cards and scrapbook pages. At the end of the year each member has created 12 cards and twelve 12x12 scrapbook pages. Each month we learn exciting techniques and use new products and tools.

I have heard from some customers that their scrapbook pages remain naked and un-used in their crafting collection. More importantly I have heard that they would prefer to create cards all year long. So I did some thinking and I have come up with a solution that I am sure will make everyone happy. Here is the skinny ...


* Six months of the year we will create two cards (as we always have).
* The other six months of the year there will be a scrapbook option. Customers that want to scrapbook can create two 12x12 scrapbook pages. (again, as we always have). Here is a look at what we did in May:

 

The option?? ... Starting in June, during the scrapbooking months, you have the option to skip the scrapbook and create two cards. You will use the same products and learn the same techniques but will create 2 cards rather than the scrapbook layouts. 

This month I threw a card together to give you an idea:



The only catch is that I request that each club member lets me know what they would like to create during the year. Your choice is:
     Card Option ~ full year cards only
     Combo Option ~ 6 months cards, 6 months scrapbooking

This way I can order adequate product for the classes. 

So what do you think? I truly want everyone to have a positive experience and enjoy Stampin' with me!

Thanks for visiting my blog. Have a creative day!

Krista Frattin

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