This is what I did for my first demo for SDU. I arrived between 10 and 11am and stayed until a little after 2pm on Saturday. I was given these rectangles of paper by the activity coordinator and I cut some strips before my demo so that customers could see how the new low profile punches work. The butterfly is a sticker that was put on with the new powder tool and 3D dots. I know now that demos need to be kept very simple because everyone seems to be in a hurry. This did seem to work very well. People seemed to be very interested in the new tools and the classes. I gave out lots of info and plan to do as many of these type demos as I can before the classes start so that hopefully I'll have enough people sign up to have a class. I gave out brochures, calendars, and a list of the supplies needed for classes because that is probably the most asked question that people asked besides how much does it cost. I put a pretty little tablecloth on the table and wore a pretty apron that a friend made me with my SDU instructor pin along with a name tag I made with my name and certified SDU Instructor on it.
I brought a scrapbook that I made about my little Grandson to display.
AC Moore was so nice and helpful to me.
Now I'll feel much less nervous at the next one - Whew!
Go here to learn more about SDU: http://www.scrapbookdesignandyou.com/