Store Closing – Clearance Sale
We just celebrated our 5 year anniversary in January! Wow, time flies. For 5 years we’ve enjoyed supporting you, our fellow demonstrators with over 500 newsletters published in versions for 6 countries.
After meeting and completing our annual review we have made the difficult decision to close the CraftyPerson Newsletter Service as of March 31st.
This was an incredibly hard choice for us because we love supporting you and your business. The biggest factor in our decision is that our platform technology is over 6 years old, which is ancient in technology time. Without getting too technical, there is the risk that it could quit working at any time, which would leave you and us scrambling without warning. The system would require a complete rebuild, which is a larger financial and time investment than we can support with our family commitments and full time jobs.
The CraftyPerson store and website will also close on March 31st. Until then all tutorials in the store are available to you at no cost, so be sure to visit the store and add them to your collection. Our three crafting full-color, paperback books will continue to be available on Amazon. Debbie will continue hosting crafting retreats in Washington, Oregon, and Arizona.
We are truly grateful for your support through years! As you can imagine, we are sad to leave this chapter of our connection with you.
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Please note, the tutorials are all digital downloads that are available directly after the order has been made on the Thank you Page. You will also receive an email confirmation with the download links.
I understand this was a very hard decision for you both to make. Please know that your newsletter and other products you offered will be missed!! Thank you for all the work you both provided to SU demos. You will be missed!!
Best of everything to you both.
Question-I ordered and don’t know how to download!
Thank you. We appreciate working with you over the years.
I’m sorry to hear this. I wish you both the best of luck.
I have been following you ladies since I met you in Salt Lake City at one of the conventions at least 5-6 years ago. This newsletter and tutorials was just a great add and icing on the cake. Thank you for the years of information and tips and sharing your lives with us.
I hope one day to save up enough money and join one of your retreats, possibly Washington! I wish the best for you all and can’t wait to see you in the future. Many blessings to you both 🙂
Cassaundra from Canada
Cassundra, we hope you can join us for a retreat. Salt Lake City days are fun memories. We remember with fond memories the party we had with the yummy cupcakes and bus tour to the Home Office. Gosh, what a blast.
Thank you Geneva.
So sorry to hear but totally understand your decision. I’m just happy you will continue with retreats.
Thank you Cheryl. Yes, retreats are still a go as long as I can keep them up while working full-time. I wouldn’t want to miss the time with you.
Best of luck to you both in the future! Thanks for all your hard work.
Thank you Julia. So sweet of you to comment.
Thank you for your excellent services in the past! You both put so much creativity and energy into all you provided. It proved so valuable and inspirational. Best Wishes. I hope you will get more time for yourselves and your loved ones. I hope this will help you to be able to create without deadlines and pressure and have more fun with your artistic endeavors.
Betty Ann. You are an amazing lady and friend. We appreciated working with you, and all the crazy adventures we had at the Canadian Convention a few years ago. Thank you for being our tour guide.
Thank you for all you both did for the Stamping World!
You will be missed. It is understandable in these times, everything
is just too prohibitive right now, for anyone. I wish you both the best and pray for your new adventures, yet to come!
Blessings to you both, and thank you, again!
Awe, thank you Cheryl. Here’s to new adventures. We hope we can discover the journey with you.
I understand your decision and am sorry I will not have the newsletters available to me. They have been an important part of my hobby business. Best wishes and keep in touch!
Thank you Lori, we appreciate your comment and being a partner with you all these years. Best wishes to you too.
Closing a store is always a difficult and sad decision to make. I know first hand. Years ago I owned a video store with my very dear friend & after 5 yrs, we had to close because now the big stores came in the picture selling videos & were able to rent for less than we could. Thank you for all the heart & soul you put into all your videos & newsletters, etc. Good luck with this next chapter of your lives.
Thank you Nanci. It’s always difficult, the community is our family and we will miss them dearly. You never know what the future will bring.