There are many benefits to being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. After returning from my first Stampin’ Up! Incentive trip to Alaska some of those benefits become much more clear! In this article I share a little about the trip and how Stampin’ Up! really spoiled us with prizes, along with the card and 3D swaps I participated in.
My First Cruise and Incentive Trip
Not only was this my first incentive trip but also my first cruise, so as you can imagine I was a bit overwhelmed in the beginning of the trip.
Our presence on the ship was felt as there were roughly 1,000 passengers wearing the Stampin’ Up! name tag, including roughly 400 demonstrator achievers plus their guests.
In addition to the great experience of seeing Alaska and it’s beautiful mountains, wildlife, and glaciers we got spoiled quite heavily each day by Stampin’ Up! with pillow gifts and daily prizes.
Pillow Gifts and Daily Prizes
On one of the first days we attended a session where we were introduced to the new Holiday Catalog and many prizes from the new catalog were given to all demonstrators who achieved the trip. There was even one prize for our first guest! A good percentage of demonstrators also won additional prizes with Prize Patrol.
Each day we were then able to attend the Stampers Base Camp where we could devour all the candy one could ever dream of, as well as view idea displays and spin the prize wheel each day.
We were also surprised each evening with a very generous pillow gift including a Stampin’ Up! coat, Bluetooth speaker, handbag, blanket, stamps, ribbon and DSP.
Stampin’ Up! Alaskan Incentive Trip Card and 3D Project Swap
In addition to all the fun we were all invited to participate in the Stampin’ Up! Card and 3D Swap.
To participate I had to had to make 26 cards of the same design. Stampin’ Up! kept one card for the display board and organized the swaps in groups and they gave me 25 different cards back from demos who participated in the US and abroad. The same processed applied for the 3D Swap.
Here is the swap card I made for the Alaskan Incentive Trip.
And here’s the coordinating 3D project I created.
In my Facebook Live on August 1st I went into detail sharing more about some of the prizes and other swaps I received on the trip. If interested you can check that out below in the video recap.
I worked super hard to earn my first incentive trip and can’t thank my customers and team enough for their support! It was very exciting to not only see Alaska but to meet other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators and get spoiled with many great prizes.