About Stampin' Up!

Stampin' Up!—a 20-year-old, mutli-million dollar US direct-sales company—offers an exclusive line of decorative rubber stamp sets and offers accessories for home décor, greeting cards, craft projects, and scrapbooking.

Based in Utah (located in the Western United States), Stampin’ Up! operates two state-of-the-art facilities: a 28,000-square-metre home office in Riverton, Utah, (a suburb of Salt Lake City); and a 3,700-square-metre manufacturing plant in Kanab, Utah. Stampin' Up! also maintains its Australian office, call centre, and order fulfillment centre in Sydney.

Stampin' Up! products are not sold in stores, but can be purchased at home workshops or through a network of independent sales consultants called Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. Currently, more than 40,000 demonstrators throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, France, Germany and New Zealand teach the art of stamping and share their enthusiasm for stamping, scrapbooking, and card making. Stampin’ Up! introduces new stamp sets and accessories annually in its full-colour Idea Book & Catalogue.

In the Idea Book & Catalogue, customers and demonstrators can browse through Stampin' Up!'s line of exclusive decorative rubber stamps. These stamps are sold in coordinating sets, making project coordination simple. Stampin’ Up! accessories—including papers, stamp pads, and markers—are offered in 48 coordinating colours divided into four colour families (another measure taken by Stampin' Up! to make project coordination simpler).


Stampin' Up!’s exclusive product lines are packaged in coordinated stamp sets and may be purchased from independent sales consultants, called demonstrators, at home workshops. Stampin' Up! offers business opportunities to people interested in becoming demonstrators. Whether you'd like to earn money to pay for your stamping supplies, create a full or part-time career, or simply get a discount on your stamping supplies, Stampin' Up! will help you do it.

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