About

Hello and welcome to my blog!  Let me tell you a little about myself! 


I became a demonstrator in 2000 after attending a Stampin' Up! workshop at a friend's home.  I was hooked!  I knew that night I wanted to become a demonstrator - and so I did! 

I have a thriving, growing business in Canton, Ohio.  I love teaching and sharing the art of paper crafting, and have a beautiful studio in my home - called The Bee Spot.  I spend time in my studio every day - it's my happy place! 

In addition to stampin', I enjoy gardening, cooking, and all things vintage! 

I just finished serving an 18 month term on the Stampin' Up's Global Events Council - a huge honor and amazing experience for me!  I got to work closely with the other five demonstrators selected for the Events Council and also the Stampin' Up! staff.  Wow! 


I have qualified for Founder's Circle six times, the company's top honor. Founder's Circle is a recognition given to the top 100 demonstrators in the company - based on having a well rounded business.  I am so grateful to have earned this recognition.

I have also had the honor to be a presenter at several different Stampin' Up! Events:  
Main Stage presenter at our National Convention in 2012
Regional Training Event Presenter in Columbus, OH and also Louisville, Kentucky
Presented at Onstage Live in Salt Lake City in 2017
Presented at Onstage Local in 2017 in Minneapolis, MN
Presented at Onstage Local in 2018 in Milwaukee, WI



I have "seen the world" through Stampin' Up! - earning 17 incentive trips!  Most recently, I earned the 2019 Incentive trip to the Greek Isles - we can hardly wait for that trip!  

The best part of being a demonstrator?  The people I have met - both locally and around the world! 

I am truly blessed to call this my job!  They say if you love what you do, you never work a day in your life!  Seems pretty accurate to me! 

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about Stampin' Up! or papercrafting.  It's one of my favorite things to talk about!

 Email: laura@lauramilligan.com

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