Saying thanks


If you’re not a demonstrator, you likely have never talked to Demonstrator Support (DS).  You may not even know that they exist.  But for those of us who are demonstrators, these people are angels.

A few weeks ago Crystal and I were discussing how much we had been whining to DS.  We’d each had a couple of situations where we’d needed their help, and they’d gone above and beyond (as is customary for them) to address our concerns.  We thought we’d tell them thank you.

Stampin' Up! Maui Stamper Treats for Demonstrator SupportThese little tents were our response.  Each one holds 3 Hershey Kisses.  But they’re not just any Hershey Kisses – they have macadamia nuts in them!  I’ve been told you can only get them here in Hawaii, and I have to confess I’ll just take that at face value because I haven’t looked anywhere else.  We thought they would be a welcome treat.

Stampin' Up! Maui Stamper Treats for Demonstrator SupportThere’s one now!  DSP is so perfect for something like this.  Having two different papers on each side makes such a difference.

Stampin' Up! Maui Stamper Treats for Demonstrator SupportThese are simple strips of DSP, scored 3 times and folded into a tent.  You could put a re-sealable fastener under the flap if you wanted to, but these are closed with a bit of SNAIL.   I was afraid that if they were too fancy I wouldn’t get them done.

Stampin' Up! Maui Stamper Treats for Demonstrator SupportIt’s a good feeling to do something nice for someone else.

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2 thoughts on “Saying thanks

    • Thanks Melody – what was really rewarding was hearing from so many of the Demonstrator Support staff that they appreciated our little treat!

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