Time for reflection

Hi there, Steven here.

As another week draws to close, let’s take a look back and reflect on the week.

We started the week with the second day of the 24-hour One Day Special, featuring the It’s A Wrap! Groovi Plates. You know how that went! Many of you should be starting to receive your Groovi bundle in the post. If you’ve received yours already, It’s not hard to wonder what you’ve been up to this weekend. 🤔

We swiftly moved on to doodling in the SHAC Shack. Each week Barbara alternates between doodling and colouring. This week was doodling. What a fun week it’s been! Every day this week at 10am, we visited the Netherlands and doodled a Windmill scene with Tulips, buttons and houses. The result is amazing.

If you missed any of the live streams and would like to catch up, each video is saved in the Facebook SHAC Shack library. Catch up any time here

Or, for those who prefer YouTube, we’ve got the video library there, too!

Take a look here.

I can’t believe there are 56 SHAC Shack episodes! Hats off to Barbara for her time and dedication to the daily doodle and colouring sessions.

Finally, we had Crafting with Clarity Spectacular on HOCHANDA. Featuring on the show was a Clarity Classic. One of my favourites. The Earth Has Music & Be Still & Listen 3-way Overlay Stamps. The shows were jam-packed full of tips, trick & inspiration – they’re well worth a watch. Did you know, if you missed any the shows, you can catch up on the HOCHANDA website using their rewind feature? You can watch Saturday’s show right here.

Ok, well that’s it from me today. Barbara will be back in the SHAC Shack next week, every weekday (Mon-Fri) at 10am, for some relaxing colouring.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Clarity Matters. It really does.

Steven x

One thought on “Time for reflection

  • 14th June 2020 at 2:39 pm

    Hello, everyone. Thanks, Steven – another busy week for the Clarity family, keeping us all happy. We do appreciate it, especially those of us living alone. I heard that the world’s largest container ship arrived in Essex today, so maybe the items out of stock since lockdown will reach the ‘non-essential’ shops when they re-open. I had wondered what they would be selling, though I wonder who will queue for them after food shopping. Use them or lose them, I suppose.


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