How-to Videos – Watch & Learn

Hi there, Steven here.

I hope you are doing well?

It’s a nice Sunny Sunday here in East Sussex and there’s a lot to get done in my garden. I need to replace some wooden panels that are sadly beginning to rot. I had the intention of replacing them earlier this year, but I still haven’t got very far. I’m not a savvy DIY’er (my wife would probably agree), but I think it’s always worth giving it a go, right? I’ve been watching ‘how-to’ videos on YouTube to help me with this little project, so I’m feeling a bit more confident.

I always say to myself, you’ll never learn if you don’t try!

So that’s my mission today.

With that in mind, if you ever feel like you need a bit of help, such as inspiration or tips, we have a YouTube library jam-packed full of useful tutorials across all of our crafting disciplines.

Feel free to check out the extensive video library on our YouTube channel here.

Then, we also have Doodling & Colouring sessions on Facebook. Every weekday at 10am, Barbara has been live in the SHAC Shack for a live doodling session and more recently colouring. So, if you are looking to learn some colouring or doodling tips, then our Facebook SHAC Shack playlist is a great place to start.

Catch up anytime with our SHAC Shack Facebook videos here.

I think it’s important to have a CAN-DO attitude because that’s how you learn things. So maybe today is the day you pick up one of our crafting disciplines, that you may not have tried before, and give it a go.

There’s Stamps, Stencils, Groovi, Dies, Doodling and colouring to choose from, so take your pick – there’s plenty to keep you Safe, Happy And Creative. And, with hundreds of hours of video content to watch on either Facebook or YouTube, you’re sure to find the help if you need it.

Anyway, that’s all from me today. I hope you have a lovely day and enjoy the Bank Holiday tomorrow.

Bye for now.

Clarity Matters. It really does.

Steven x

2 thoughts on “How-to Videos – Watch & Learn

  • 24th May 2020 at 1:38 pm

    I learned how to patch a hole in the drywall by watching a Youtube video. It’s silly, but every time I look at that spot I feel proud of myself.

    Barbara’s videos are great. She explains things very well, and if for example her stamping isn’t perfect, she doesn’t just toss it, she shows you how to fix it. She can even laugh at herself.

    There are 8 years of content available. Something for everyone.

  • 24th May 2020 at 2:43 pm

    Good luck, Steven. Even the best builder knew nothing on his first day. I’m looking forward to hearing how it goes. Clarity videos are brilliant.


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