About us

We are eight Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from Germany who want to in{k}spire you craft addicts out there.


Annemarie

About me: Annemarie, 38, attorney-at-law, Heidelberg/Mannheim area, Germany
My Stampin' Up! blog: http://www.firsthandemotion.de/
How I got to know Stampin' Up!:
when I finally opened the handcrafting thread in my favourite forum after having avoided doing so for about three months...
What I love about being a demonstrator: sharing inspirations with customers, other demos and stampin' ladies
My favorite stamp set:
one thing is nothing (Medallion, Barocke Motifs)
My favorite crafting tool:
the Stampin' Up ink pads and their colours
My tip to pimp a projet:
add a bow

Christine

About me: Christine, 34, industrial clerk and mom from Esslingen
My Stampin' Up! bloghttp://teilzeitbastelfee.com
How I got to know Stampin' Up!at a Christmas workshop in November 2010
What I loved about being a demonstratorto know everything in advance :D
My favorite stamp setPetit Petals and Papillon Potpourri - flowers with butterflies are elementary to me
My favorite crafting toolthe triple banner punch
My tip to pimp a projetan embossed background with an embossing folder and the BigShot ;)

Ela

About me: ela from Hockenheim, 30 years old, student, mother of two little children
My Stampin' Up! blog: www.fliederfee.de
How I got to know Stampin' Up!: long time ago, together with Annemarie
What I love about being a demonstrator: just about everything :-D
My favorite stamp set: Everything Eleanor
My favorite crafting tool: punches
My tip to pimp a project: bows

Heike

About me
: Heike, 34 years old from Markdorf at Lake Constance, Germany, Controller, but at the moment full time mommy of three lovely children.
My Stampin' Up! Blog: www.born2stamp.com
How I got to know Stampin' Up!: my wedding preparations in 2008/2009 led me back to handicrafts and from there I was faster than expected at STAMPIN' UP!
What I love about being a demonstrator: to show my customers and blog readers, as well as at workshops how much fun it is to stamp.
My favorite stamp set: that definitely changes monthly-weekly-daily... and with every catalog anyway. At the moment I really really like Petite Petals in combination with Hardwood.
My favorite crafting tool: the Stampin' Trimmer - how else would it be possible to make cards from a A4 format piece of cardstock.
My tip to pimp a projet: making different levels with the Stampin' Dimensionals.


Kirstin

About me: Kirstin, 37, from Landshut in Bavaria, Germany; assistant manager tax and mother of two boys
My Stampin' Up! blog: http://rosa-pink-glitzer.de
How I got to know Stampin' Up!:
when I innocently ordered the 2009/2010 Ideabook & Catalog from Tina
What I love about being a demonstrator: to get to know all the news around Stampin' Up! as early as possible and showing people the joy of stamping and handcrafting
My favorite stamp set:
one of them, then again another one ... currently it is "Love you lots"
My favorite crafting tool: the stamps and their corresponding punches
My tip to pimp a project: emboss an image or use crystal effects


Marion

About me: Marion, in her mid-thirties, from Munich in Bavaria, Germany; working at the speakers agency Econ Referenten Agentur
My Stampin' Up! blog: http://marionstempelt.com/
How I got to know Stampin' Up!: I first came in contact with the highly addictive products at a local SU-Event in Munich.
What I love about being a demonstrator: meeting nice people, watching guests at my workshops getting a certain glow in their eyes when admiring their handmade projects
My favorite stamp set:
"Gorgeous Grunge" and "Lovely as a tree"
My favorite crafting tool:
all kind of punches and sticky strip
My tip to pimp a project:
use Stampin' Dimensionals to add depth

TinaHase

About me: Tina, 33 11/12, advertising clerk, Berlin, Germany
My Stampin' Up! blog: http://www.kleinerhase-stempelnase.com/
How I got to know Stampin' Up!: It started with the 2009-2010 catalog and there is no end in sight
What I love about being a demonstrator: I like to share what I love with my customers and blog readers. In addition, there is no better justification, to buy new stamps :)
My favorite stamp set: I don't want to set myself there, otherwise the other stamps might be insulted, but I think "Ticket for you" is one of my favorites
My favorite crafting tool: definitly the big shot - how can anyone live without it?
My tip to pimp a project: just add a banner or a button - it fits everytime