Thursday, December 1, 2011

December COMPLETE Retirment Sale!

The time has come for Steadfast to close it's store doors. I am very sad about this, but it must happen. I have been designing for two years - exactly two years! It has been a wonderful experience and it's sad to make this decision. As a full-time student with a full-time job, I have found myself torn between design and life's commitments and responsibilities. I must move on. This will also allow myself time to work on my own family's scrapbook and family history research. I will most likely continue to provide YW handouts and whatever else I feel inclined to create as time permits. But, for now I must focus on improving my skills as a Graphic Design student.

So, the entire remaining Steadfast store is on sale. All of my favorite kits that I just couldn't part with last month are finally marked down 50%! You only have one month to grab everything because January 1st they will no longer be available for purchase. The Buy My Store option is still available as it is still a great deal - but, alas - this will be the final month for that sale as well.

It has been a pleasure working as a digital scrapbook designer and having such a wonderful customer base, blog followers, FB fans, and Creative Team. Thank you all!


  1. I am sad to see you go but I also realize how hard you are working in several areas! I have been amazed that you could do all you have for so long. I am a passionate genealogist and family history person with almost no time left to do the digital scrap booking I want to do. Maybe we each can refocus this next year. Good luck!
    Gotta get back to downloading all the wonderful stuff.

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  3. I hope your life finds a measure of serenity with this decision. Know that you are a very talented designer and when life slows down for you maybe you can come back to designing. Best wishes and God bless you in 2012.

  4. I too am sad to see you "retire", but wish you the best as you move forward with your goals in school and most importantly, your family. Many thanks for the wonderful YW handouts. My girls looked forward to them each week, and I wanted you to know how much your effort and creativity was/is appreciated. Best of luck to you and Merry Christmas!

  5. I am sorry to see you "retire", but I understand. Especially as members of our faith we find other things that occupy our time (as they should) besides the everyday necessaries of life. I have enjoyed your freebies (I am not into YW) God bless you and good luck with your career!

  6. I am sad to see you retire but we all know in our hearts what is the best for us.
    I want to take the time to thank you for all the
    help you gave me in learning to CT for you. You
    were my first and there were so many things I didn't know how to do.
    Good luck always, Dianne Kane

  7. Sad to hear you've retired... :-( But wishing best of luck with your future plans! Darn, I so wanted your Spike It kit....