Stamp Club

How would you like to earn a free Hostess Stamp Set and $30 to spend on any item in the Stampin’ Up Idea Book & Catalogue or Mini Catalogue?  How about learning new techniques to use in your stamping?

You can do this and more just by being a member of my Latte Stamp Club you can do this and more!

What is a Stamp Club?

  • The Latte Stamp Club meets monthly and for 6 months, the workshop is free of charge and you will get to make 3 items created just for my stamp club members.
  • Each Latte Stamp Club member must place a minimum order of $50 each month
  • Each month each Latte Stamp Club member will take a turn of being the ‘hostess’ and as a hostess will earn hostess benefits being a free Hostess Stamp set as well as a minimum of $30 of  free products from the Stampin’ Up! Idea Book & Catalogue or the current Mini Catalogue. Now when it is your turn to be hostess then you are welcome to get outside orders to boost your hostess benefits.

Not located near me?  Not a problem!

You are then able to join my Latte Long Distance Stamp Club.  If you like the idea of the stamp club but are unable to make the time to attend or cant attend on the specified date then  contact me to arrange a spot in my Latte Long Distance Stamp Club. You will still be required to place a minimum $50 order each month, and each member will still get to be ‘hostess’ and receive the hostess benefits!

Maybe you’d like to start your own Latte Stamp Club with just you and five of your friends – I just need 6 people to start a club and then you can share all the joys of the monthly Latte Stamp Club and taking turns in playing  hostess with your friends.

Please note that this is a 6 monthly commitment so you wont be able to drop out during those six months and you will need to complete the agreement to participate each month. If you find you can not make the Stamp Club meeting for any reason you will still be required to place a $50 order and you will receive kits to make the projects for that meeting along with any templates and full instructions.

Here is a sample of one of the cards you will make as being part of my Latte Stamp Club!

How sweet is this card?? This is actually one of the easiest cards I’ve made and is a case of a card in the Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue and could be used for any occasion.

Stamps: Tiny Tags
Paper: Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White, Kraft
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: Melon Mambo Polka Dot Grosgrain ribbon, Jewelry Tag Punch, Manhatten Flower Textured Impressions Folder, Linen Thread

Have questions? thats fine – just contact me today to ask any questions you might have or to reserve your spot at my Latte Stamp Club. 

First club will meet in June as long as I have numbers – I already have three willing to join so email or ring me today to reserve your spot!

About Author

I am Leonie and live in Campbelltown in Sydney's South West.
I love to create with stamps, ink & paper! I do hope you like what I create and love your comments.
I also enjoy (and run on) Coffee! I also collect Charlie Bears

Stampin' Up! has been a huge part of my life since 2006 and such a big blessing to me and my family!!

Thanks for stopping by :)

(3) Comments

  1. Dotty says:

    It’s a great idea, just sorry I can’t commit to it just now.

  2. Oooo what fun, I just might have to move closer to join your club, I made that same card last week from the mini, we are so lucky to have such a wonderful resource of layouts and cards to copy from our catalogues. I have just awarded you a Sunshine award, because you give countless people Sunshine in their lives every day, please pop over to my lil’ ol’ blog and pick up your award and nominate a few places you like to visit to spread the sunshine around. Take care, lots of inky hugs from Charmaine xx

  3. sharon says:

    Stamp clubs are great………and getting to stamp with you would be an added bonus…..I’ll join yours if you join mine LOL!! Good luck with the latte stamp clubs…

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