Dear our She's Crafty DIY Studio community,
After seven incredible years of creativity, fun, and crafting memories, we sadly must announce the closure of our beloved storefront on December 1st. However, this isn't the end of our journey; it's merely a new chapter!
The restaurant next door is expanding into our studio space, necessitating our move. We are actively searching for a new location that will better serve your crafting needs and provide an even more exciting crafting experience.
In the meantime, we're not going anywhere. We're committed to bringing the DIY experience directly to you by offering home parties, workshops at local businesses, team builders at your office, fundraisers, etc. Your crafting dreams can still come true, just in a different setting. We will be updating our website soon with all the new and exciting craft party opportunities. Additionally, we’re on the hunt for suitable spaces to rent for workshops to continue fostering the DIY spirit within our community. If you know of locations for rent, please reach out to us.
We will continue to sell our curated DIY craft kits online and make them available to you either through shipping or personal pickup arrangements. Your creative endeavors are our top priority, no matter where they take place.
To lighten our load for the move and to share some of our beloved creations with you, we will be hosting a moving sale starting November 7th. This will be a fantastic opportunity to acquire our sample projects and craft supplies at great prices.
We’ve also been working hard on curating a delightful assortment of Christmas crafts for you and those will continue to be available throughout the month of November. We will continue to offer our Christmas crafts even after we move out of our studio for you to enjoy as take home DIY kits.
While we are in search of a new home, we will be discounting our current inventory of Dixie Belle Paint Products by 25%. We can continue to drop ship paint directly to your home through our website during our transition time and we can meet you to pick up any supplies we still have on hand once we close our Union Hills location.
We want to hear from you! Your input is invaluable as we search for our new home and strive to meet your crafting needs in the future. Please share your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions with us. We're here to create a space that reflects your desires and aspirations. Tiffany Cell Phone, feel free to reach out via text/call 602.524.0854….just not after 9PM LOL or email@example.com
Thank you for seven wonderful years of crafting together. We're excited about the new opportunities that lie ahead and can't wait to continue this creative journey with you.
November 19th - Extended Hours 10am-5pm
Monday November 20th OPEN 10:30-5PM
Monday November 27th OPEN 10:30-5PM
LAST DAY TO CRAFT November 28th 10:30-5PM
November 30th - Closing Day
Closed for Thanksgiving: November 23rd - 27th
With so much love,
Tiffany and Connie
& our wonderful employee, Lynn Ann
She's Crafty Diy Studio StoryHi everyone, I'm Tiffany Williams. I'm from a small town along the Mississippi river Illinois, and by small I mean 700 people. My family moved to Arizona when I was a teenager and the west valley has been my home ever since. After graduating from Cactus High School, I knew that I had to choose a career path that would allow me to explore my creativity and decided that graphic design and visual communications was the perfect fit.
I've watched the north west valley grow up around me for over 30 years and I love the amazing community that has bloomed here. As much as the west valley has grown, I still saw a desperate need for a space like She's Crafty in the west valley. I knew that I could combine my skills in graphic design, my love of party planning, and my experience at camp to create a place for crafters of all ages and skill levels to enjoy.
When I approached my parents with the idea of opening a craft studio, my mother jumped right on board. She is, after all where I get all my creativity. She was always the person I’d rope into making centerpieces for fundraising events or helping with kids craft days for camp. My father on the other hand, took some convincing. Thank goodness he came around. I feel so fortunate that my parents are a part of my daily work routine. Though it’s a lot of hard work, we believe in our company and professional success is much better when you can share it with your family.
Prior to opening She’s Crafty, I worked at a number of valley non-profits doing graphic design and special event fundraising. Most recently, I spent 7 years working for a non-profit camp for children with serious illnesses. The experience was quite humbling and the impression that the campers and their parents left on me has changed my life forever.
Our concept is unique in that we have a number of options for our customers. For the person who doesn’t want to plan ahead, we have over 100 crafts that can be done anytime; no appointment necessary. For the customer who knows exactly what they want, we can help them create that custom piece they’ve been dreaming of making. And for the group looking to celebrate, we have the event space for that special occasion.
Building lasting relationships with our customers is our number one priority. Being successful in business is all about kindness and the way people feel after they’ve left our studio.