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Old 10-10-2004, 01:43 PM   #1
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ok. I feel really stupis. I have always wondered, what is stamp a stack? I have seen many of you talking about it but I have missed what it is!!!

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Old 10-10-2004, 01:46 PM   #2
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It's a class by a demo where you come and make just a few different designs but make a bunch of each. For example, you would maybe make 3 cards with different designs but would make 5 of each designs for a total of 15 cards. HTH Kendra
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Old 10-10-2004, 02:03 PM   #3
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I'm going to ask a stupid question too! What's the difference between this and a stamp camp?
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Old 10-10-2004, 02:13 PM   #4
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At a stamp camp you usually make a variety of projects and only make one of each. The whole idea of a Stamp-a-stack is that you make a bunch of one thing (or 2).
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At my Stamp Camps the participants make four to five different projects. For instance, this month we made a Kit Kat pull card, a Trick or Treat web card, a Thump & Huff card, a triomino pumpkin pin, and a sour cream container filled with candy corn. They get to take them home and there is a small fee for this class which is refunded with an order.

At a Stamp A Stack, they make five of four cards for a total of 20 cards. The cost is $1 per card. They only make cards at this class.

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Okay - I've gotta ask. What is a Thump & Huff card?
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Does anyone have a sample of a flyer for a stamp-a-stack they can email me? I am planning a Christmas one for Nov and am stuck on the wording!

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I'd like a copy of a flyer too. I've never tried this, but since my regular classes are not well attended, I thought I'd try this. I'm also thinking of a One page Wonder from the Take Ten III book.
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I have to chime in here also that I would like to see a copy of a flyer for a Stamp n' Stack event. I would like to hold one in November. Thanks for everyone's generous infomation.
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Thanks ladies! I think I figured it out!

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Count me in also for the flyer for the Stamp n' stack flyer. I am planning to hold one the first week in November also. Thanks in advance, Melony
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Old 10-10-2004, 09:12 PM   #12
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I just held a Stamp-a-stack with another demonstator in my downline. We ended up with 18 people. They did 20 cards - 4 designs, 5 of each - for $25 (including lunch). In addition, they went home with a stamped soap and beaded pen. They were able to make the pen and watched the demo of the soap. Everyone loved it and we had really good feedback! The only bummer is that I cut paper for 240 cards, and I only made 2! But, my customers are happy and about half placed orders, so I think it was a good trade off.

If anyone wants more details, email me privately.
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