A Right Set-up!

Hi Everyone, Jordan here with you today. Happy Fridays all round!

I thought I’d show you some of the photos Sean took during our stand set up at the NEC Birmingham last week, then we’ll look at our Stencil of the Month for November 🙂

Here’s a behind the scenes peek at our Creative Craft Show set up… it’s hard work, but we always have a right old laugh. And we’re a great team, too. Everyone pitches in and the setup is done before we know it.

So much to do!
The Clarity Crew!
He works very hard, bless him 🙂

A certain videography department here at Clarity Towers is also whipping up a little behind the scenes video content for you too, but I’ll say no more for now 😉

Anyway, onward, onto our Stencil of the Month!

November’s Products of the Month each feature a festive image to keep you going through with your Christmas preparations. Today, we’ll have a quick look at our marvellous Christmas Bauble Shape Stencil.

A beautifully versatile, minimalist Stencil, perfect for a host of seasonal uses. Cards, wrapping paper, and lots more besides!

I’ve found a spectacular little step by step project over at Barbara’s Blog for you to have a look at, which features our humble & handy Stencil of the Month. Barb combines Groovi and Stencil for a wonderful parchment creation. Just click below to have a look;

A Very Groovi Bauble Stencil Trick

I will also leave a link to the other Bauble shapes in this little Stencil collection. Click just here for a browse. Just imagine everything you could come up with using these??

Stuart will be here tomorrow for a catch-up, and I’ll be back with you on Sunday.

Clarity Matters. It really does.

Until next time, Crafters.

Jordan x

One thought on “A Right Set-up!

  • 8th November 2019 at 12:34 pm

    The stand looked amazing last week with plenty of room to get around & great samples from the design teams across the top of all the stands. Demos by Barbara & Paul could also be watched with ease which makes such a difference. Nothing worse than people watching demos being pushed from behind by people passing by. I think the organisers have realised having slightly wider aisles makes it much more comfortable for everyone.
    Thanks again for the snippets from Clarity Towers, I always read them but don’t always comment.


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