Red Hot Alert!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

I became a Stampin’ Up!  Demonstrator 7 years ago and signed on my first recruit 5 months later, then a second and then a third.   Wow, I was a Supervisor!  I needed to come up with a name for my growing group of demonstrators.  Well my very first recruit was my best friend and we always talked about becoming Red Hat ladies when we became the appropriate age.  We thought this would be so much fun wearing Red Hats and going on little trips here and there with a group of other Red Hat ladies.   Well, my friend said we can still be Red Hat ladies we just have to wear pink and lavendar.    Oh cool!  Well we never joined a Red Hat society but we did become the Red Hot Stampers!   We still go on little trips here and there but it is for Stampin’ Up! and we still get to wear our pink and lavendar feather boas.  🙂

Well my group has grown and shrunk over the years and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.  With the new $87.50 starter kit Stampin’ Up! just had my numbers have grown once again.  So I thought I would make up some welcome and congratulations cards for my newest recruits and for those who have promoted.


What did you expect but a Red Hat Lady stamp. 🙂  This stamp set is retired but whenever I want a card for one of my girls I pull it out of my stash and make up a card.

I love the new Rhinestone Jewels for my Little Red Hot Stamper; they give just the right amount of bling for her ring and necklace.

Have a Great Day!

One thought on “Red Hot Alert!

  1. Penny Hanuszak says:

    Glenda I loved this note and your wonderful welcome card. I of course love everything on your blog and just cased and posted my rendition of your Movers and Shapers card so thanks so much.
    I’ve been a Hobby Demo since 2006 and never really considered having a downline, but guess what? The Promotion brought me two wonderful gals and I now have a team……… to come up with my own name for this little fledgling group……………thanks for inspiring!

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