The Angel Policy has recently changed. If you've thought of selling your cards... then you'll want to read this announcement:
Stampin' Up!'s Angel Policy has been revised to allow the sale of hand-stamped items in permanent retail locations. The seller must clearly indicate that the items were created by hand, and not a product of the company. The seller may indicate that the supplies used to make the items are from Stampin' Up!, but the company logo may not be used in any way for the sole purpose of promoting the sale of these items.
Questions about the Angel Policy changes:
What is a permanent retail location? A store, a flea market, a craft sale, a craft booth at a trade show, Ebay, an online website, etc.
So does this mean that I can sell my handmade cards at a store or on a website? Yes, as long as you have an Angel policy stamp on the back of the card.
What if I put all of the cards in a fancy package? You will still have to stamp each card individually for copyright purposes, then put them into the package.
Can I sell the scrapbook layouts that I make? Yes. You can sell any craft item that you make, as long as it has the Angel Policy stamp on the individual item.
Can I use the Stampin' Up logo? No. This can not be used by demonstrators or regular customers to sell the hand made items. This means that if you want to set up a "store" to sell the items, you can not advertise that they are Stampin' Up! cards, however you can advertise that they are cards handmade by you using Stampin' Up! products.
Can a Demonstrator set up a permanent retail location to sell their crafts, or just customers? Both demonstrators and customers alike can sell handmade items in a permanent retail location.
When does this take effect? All of the above takes effect on November 15th. I can't wait!
*all answers have been verified through Stampin' Up!'s demonstrator support team and are accurate as of October 18th 2007.