Thursday, March 13, 2008

A New (ad)Venture

You know when you're not looking for something and something kind of finds you? Anyone who knows me knows that the last thing I need is a new job or to spend money. But a couple of weeks ago I was invited to a friend's Uppercase Living open house. You know the story: eat some food, drink some wine, buy some obligatory stuff to support your friend. The end.

Only problem was, I fell totally in love with these products. I'd been looking for something like this to decorate my sad bare walls with that was not expensive and easy to install. Besides, this totally appeals to my scrappy side, too. I love the idea of making my home warm and personal and basically, I love words. Plus it's all customizable with a variety of colors, sizes and fonts. And you know I love fonts. So after some thought and market research, I've decided to become an Uppercase Living Demonstrator. I'm really excited to see where this leads.

I'd love it if you guys would look around the website, check out the catalog and tell me what you think. You can access the entire site with the following information:

Go to:
Click on: Customer Corner Login
Demonstrator's ID: 157487
Registration Token: tsp

Of course, feel free to share my ID & registration token with anyone you think is interested. If you're in Southern California and would like to host your own Open House, it's an easy & fun way for you to earn some half-price and free products. You can also host a show online if you're not local. I've promised I won't become that friend. The one who is always trying to get her friends to buy stuff, host parties, sign up for every little thing. If I start acting that way, you are hereby permitted to smack me up side my head and say "What the hell is wrong with you?" Otherwise, thanks for looking and thanks to all of you who've been so supportive so far. This should be a fun ride!

P.S. As I get some of the Expressions in my home and clients' homes, look for a new blog from me showcasing pictures and ideas. More to come on this.


The Untamed Scrapper said...

Way cool girl! I've loved these products but haven't ever gotten any.

I signed up on your site so maybe I'll be able to make a purchase!

Good luck sugar!

Jennifer Lavender said...

Fun stuff! I hope things go well for you.

Awesome Abby said...

T!!! You are going to LOVE THIS! I am in love with all their products, and the favorite thing I've found so far is the refridgerator with the black vine thingy all over it. Unfortunately for me, I have a barn and animal fronts and backs on mine, but as Anna gets bigger, I hope to see that change into the charming black vines I found on the site! I will be putting your info on my blog for the world to see right after my post about my adventure in San Juan! Good luck, and let me know when you are ready for an order...when I get back to work, I'll do one up for you!

Meghan said...

Torreh, I am so ordering something from you!
I fell in love with this product.
I am so excited!

Storm said...

Good luck with your new adventure.

tspwlv said...

Lisa, Jen, & Storm - thanks for your good wishes.

Ab - Thanks for the all the great support. I'm ready for an order whenever you are. Don't forget if you host a party, you get half-price and free items. You know we love free!

Meg - I think you'd love this stuff. LMK if you need help choosing.

Thanks everyone for all the positive feedback. You guys rock.

NikJustNik said...

This looks awesome babe... Pity I cant get any here.. I would love some of them to personalise our rented homes...


Anonymous said...

T .. shall have to take a look when I have the chance. I'm actually afraid to. I so love to shop!


Kim - ScrapToMyLu said...

this looks great! I will keep your information on hand, cuz you know I'll want something.

Scrappytbear said...

Very cool, wishing you luck!!

tspwlv said...

Nik-Come visit and I'll have your order waiting for you when you get here.

Jax-You don't want to know how much "Live, Love, Laugh" stuff there is in the catalog...or do you?

Kim-this stuff has your name all over it. Think of it as ginormous rub-ons. I know you can do all kinds of crafty things with it.