Hi there, crafters. Happy Monday, to you. Have you been enjoying the Clarity birthday celebrations over on HOCHANDA? There are only two of the nineteen hours left, which we hope you can also join in with. And hasn’t there just been such a glorious abundance of new products launched for you all! And we do hope you know that YOU – the loyal Clarity customers – are very much at the forefront of our thinking when we design our new products. We always want to give you something different and useful. The brand new Antarctica designer Papers are a prime example. Barb was really specific in identifying the need for a predominantly blue colour palette for our Designer Papers, in order to broaden the scope of there use and appeal. Thoughtful, specific and intentional. For the sake of good crafting, and for the good of crafters. So, why not let us know in the comments which was your favourite new product over the weekend? Doesn’t matter if you didn’t buy anything, just let us know which you liked the best – then I’ll tell you my favourite 😉
Speaking of parties, I went to a party at the weekend. A fourth birthday party – and it wasn’t for one of my own kids, either! Yep, I’ve finally hit that stage of life. Joy! And it was a slime party. Mmmm… I know, slim. I bet you didn’t even know slime was a specific thing, let alone something you could theme a party around. That’s right, folks. Slime is no longer a generic term for the silvery trail a slug leaves behind, the gunk you find in the u-bend when you unclog a sink or the stuff that drips from a child’s nose in the winter… Slime is an official thing, and it seems to come with glitter 🤦♂️!
Unfortunately, I can’t share any pictures because it wasn’t my back garden, but it was an event, I can tell you. Having said that – I’ll pause my disdain for when the goo is finally trodden into the carpet – because slime does a great job of keeping small children entertained for quite some time, and that is immensely valuable…
You just have to laugh at life, sometimes, don’t you?!
That goodness for our outlets – like crafting.
See you at 12? See you at 4?
Bye for now.