My Story


 I’ve been a Stampin’ Up!® demo since Sept 2004. I joined Stampin’ Up! after much convincing by two Stampin’ Up! demonstrators who were teaching rubber stamping in the community where I live. I had been attending classes for about 6 months and my wish list --- well, let’s just say that almost every stamp set in the Stampin’ Up! catalog had a little wanted star beside it!

I didn’t want to teach classes, I didn’t want to sell anything I just wanted to stamp. They convinced me that with my wish list I could keep myself as an active demo for generations and get my stampin’ stuff at a 20% discount.

Then when both these talented ladies decided to stop teaching classes in my community, my classmates asked me if I’d take over the classes. So with much reluctance (I didn’t want anyone touching my stuff!) I started classes in Jan 2005 every other week. I soon found that sharing my love of stamping and seeing the joy that it brings to my stampers was far more rewarding than concerns about getting black ink on my wood blocks, or messy stamp pads.

Now I teach classes twice a week, hold in home workshops and just for good measure have a special event every couple of months. I also have fun with my blog at http://NeverTooManyStamps.com. 

What I like best about being a Stampin’ Up! demo is that I get to meet the most amazing, creative people who are my best friends.

If you are interested in joining my Stampin' Up! classes, hosting a workshop or learning more about the demonstrator opportunity give me a call or email.  (623) 203-4489 or SueAnn@NeverTooManyStamps.

My stamp room is a small walk in closet that I love because everything is within arms reach and it forces me to put things away or there is no room for me to stamp! As my stamp collection has grown I’ve taken over part of my other walk in closet...but who needs clothes anyway when you can have stamps!

I’m married for 33 years. My DH was a blind date. We both are Air Force retired officers with over 58 years of service between us—that must be some sort of record. We have a pound kitty, Mimi who routinely has glitter in her fur from helping me with my class prep.

If you want to read about my stamping adventures and see even more things you can do with a little bit of paper, ink and rubber stamps please visit my blog: www.NeverTooManyStamps.com