My Resume

Brian King BRIAN KING 

Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

[email protected]

About me.  I have always loved paper and ink.  It all started with notebooks and office supplies – I was a very organized child.  It all quickly evolved to stationery and stamping.  I am happy when I’m stamping, thinking about stamping or talking about stamping.

My History with Stampin’ Up!.  I was invited by a coworker to my first Stampin’ Up! workshop in December 2002.  I signed up with Stampin’ Up! on the spot and was excited to fill my craft room (a small, spare bedroom) with Stampin’ Up! supplies at a discount.  I quickly ran out of space and dropped after about a year-and-a-half.  I boxed it all up.  When I moved in 2011, I unpacked my boxes of stamps, inks and paper.  I now had space so decided to join Stampin’ Up! again.  I re-joined in 2012 because I knew it was the best way to earn free products and to earn the privilege of products at a discount.  I had no desire or intent to build a business out of this.

My commitment to you.  I am committed to offering my customers excellent customer service.  I love to share my enthusiasm for stamping.  I am also dedicated to sharing my enthusiasm and love of crafting with my team members.  I love to build meaningful and productive relationships with customers and team members.  I offer sound business advice for those who inquire and fun for all.

I can always be reached at [email protected].




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  3. Brian, I met you briefly at the Leadership Comference in Houston. I joined Stampin Up a year ago. I love to read your blog and I recognize your talent in reaching and mentoring all those who love the art if stamping. Outstanding job!!! Isn’t stamping grand?!!! It takes to me to a different place…..stamping yoga!!!
    Beth Hess Sr Supervisor Houston

    PS Penny Thomas is my mentor…love her!

  4. Hi Brian, I watched you demo at Convention last summer and loved your presentation. I am close to achieving Rising Star and was hoping to touchbase with you…

  5. I have sails this before. Brian you are an inspiration to so many.

  6. Hi Brian,
    While having my visiting grandsons stamp with me I told them about what a great stamper and demonstrator you are. I also told them about your Fungeon, and now the one who’s bedroom is in the basement is call it his Fungeon! I have 5 & 6 more years before I can sign them up! Thanks for your continual inspiration, and congratulations on your accomplishments this past stampin’ year.

    Wendie Waldman

  7. Brian~YOU ROCK! Nuf said~Robyn, fellow Georgian SU! demo

  8. So happy to find your blog as a fellow CPA and stamp lover! I just re-activated with SU and I am excited to get back into it, enjoy your blog and will be following you!

  9. Brian, finally able to sign up for your blog, whoopee! A fellow pretty pal!

  10. Just discovered this Resume section of your blog. LOVE it!!!! Thanks for all you do!

  11. Rosemarie Cowit

    Hi Brian – I just discovered your website AND YOU! I love your creativity AND your sense of humor. I also just resigned with SU- for the third time. Now I am wishing I had found you before I did and signed up under you. I don’t think you’re local to me though. I will continue to follow you online and maybe someday see you present in person.

  12. You are sooo inspiring! Thanks for sharing your journey! 🙂

  13. All I can say is YAY !What fun you will have with this !
    Can`t wait to see the projects this generates !

  14. Whoa!! I am so impressed!!! I worked for Cox Communications for 7 years as a cyber agent in Vegas! Unfortunately, they moved their customer service to Phoenix in 2015 I believe it was. A lot of us were put into a “forced retirement ” situation. Wish I had discovered Stampin’Up sooner. Scot Strehlow and his sister Kira Loy are my upline. Great people! What advice would you give a new Demonstrator trying to build a successful business? I just signed up in January and feel as though I’m floundering! I go to work shops to learn and develop my skills as well as watch the wonderful videos posted by other Demonstrators. Such a gracious group of people! Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Congratulations on your many achievements!!

    • Thank you for the comments, Mauri! I’m so glad you found my blog! <3 You'll have a great time with your new team - Scot is a great guy. My best advice is to try new things and find the "lane" you want to be in. Whatever you set out to do (classes, blog posts, workshops), be consistent with it so that others know exactly what to expect from you. For example, I post every day at 5 am - very few derivations from that. People know when to pop over for new content. Good luck!

  15. Donna Billingsley

    Your card is stunning! The colors couldn’t be more perfect. I know this will bring solace to your Aunt. Bless your family at this time.
    P.S. The flower reminds me of an Edelweiss.

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