What’s New Review

Hi there, Steven here.

I hope you’ve enjoyed your Bank Holiday weekend so far, whether that’s spending some time crafting, gardening or relaxing, it’s good to do things that make us happy.

Today, I’d like to take a look at the latest additions to the Clarity product lineup.

It’s an unusual time at the moment (that goes without saying) and the last couple months seem to have passed us by, haven’t they? So, let’s take a look back at what you might have missed.

In case you missed a TV show or two, we’ve put together a collection on the website of March & April’s brand new releases. There are some real beauties there, like Tina’s Flower Spray collection as well as our chic and stylish City Skyline 3-way Overlays, so feel free to take a look.

Check out the latest releases here

My favourite has to be the Alphabet and Numbers Stamp Collection. The versatility of having a complete Alphabet and Numbers Stamp set, that work as 2-way overlay Stamps, make it quick and easy to stamp an outline and colour in each letter – they’re just brilliant for adding that finishing touch to a project, too!

You get two A4 Alphabet & Numbers Stamps sets complete with masks for just £35.00, saving a massive £25.00! Great value. That’s my pick of the bunch, anyway.

Let us know which ones are your favourites and why, by leaving a comment below.

Anyway, that’s it from me. Stay Safe, Happy And Creative.

Clarity Matters. It really does.

Steven x

3 thoughts on “What’s New Review

  • 10th May 2020 at 11:07 am

    Got to be the 2-way alphabet, so useful for any and all cards.

  • 10th May 2020 at 8:22 pm

    Hi Steven
    Its amazing how many lovely new goodies there are considering the difficult times we are in & you are all working from home or at a 2m distance. I received my new alphabet stamps last week & used them on my VE Day/ Rainbow pictures for the windows on Friday. Off to check out what I have missed

  • 10th May 2020 at 9:28 pm

    I am busy doodling on the new abstract dies, which have more roles every time I use them. I thought about the letter stamps but don’t know how tall the letters are. I also worry about how overloaded the post is with things taking weeks to arrive. I know someone on the blogs suggested a system where we bought like normal but could opt to have a big box of all our orders later. I guess it is difficult when you don’t know how long it will go on for. It’s also good to be occupied.


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