Happy Stu-Year

Hi there, Happy Stu-Year. Sorry, I couldn’t resist. It gets me every time. It’s quite a versatile name for puns, believe it or not, and I do love a good pun. My favourite day of the year is shrove stu’s-day (as I like to call it). But Happy Stu Year will do for now.

Anyone else able to turn their name into a pun? Let me know in the comments below. Let’s all try and have a giggle, hey?

Anyway, I’m busy putting together some cool stuff for Barb’s Blog Tutorial Offers for January. Currently working on a little library on the website to make sure you guys can find the offers, the ingredients and the tutorials very easily indeed. So I’ll be quick with my updates for the week. And, apart from the stuff going on on Barb’s blog, the main event this week is TV. Paul Church is taking command of two TV shows this week. Get Fresh with Clarity will air on Saturday at 1pm and 3pm with a botanical feast of floral dies for you to enjoy!

At 1pm, join Paul Church as he showcases the beauty of our Floral Framer dies. This collection is one of our favourite and most versatile sets of designs. With the sentiment dies included with each floral frame, they are designed for the easy, fun and surprising quick creation of greetings cards and die-cut artwork.

Then, at 3pm, Paul Church is back for another show, this time featuring our strikingly beautiful and unique collection of botanical designs. Featuring seeds, pods, flowers and foliage, these slightly more abstract designs are a great way to create designs with a bit more of a fine-art feel to them. Wonderfully compatible with our other products, there will be plenty of design team inspiration on offer to showcase the potential of all these wonderful designs.

Plus, don’t forget, we’ve got some extra special prices on our bundles of these dies that will be more than tempting, I’m sure. So, do join Paul Church throughout Saturday and enjoy the Fresh Cut entertainment, education and offers.

Sound good? We’ll see you there!

Thanks for reading, friends. Enjoy your weeks 🙂


6 thoughts on “Happy Stu-Year

  • 5th January 2021 at 6:22 pm

    You got into my head with that one and I can’t stop trying to think of more puns with your name. You can imagine how my name can be used around Wimbledon time and I am just glad that I didn’t marry anyone with the surname Curtin. Imagine going through life being called Annette Curtin 😂
    More great TV shows coming up. I can’t wait. Have a good evening. Annette x

  • 5th January 2021 at 6:37 pm

    It’s often initials that are funny. Parents should be careful. I know a few CABs but also a FAB and an INK. Love the dies so looking forward to the shows.

  • 5th January 2021 at 8:03 pm

    Hi Stuart, Happy New Year to you and yours.
    I never thought of a pun, but depending on how you say it, my name can sound like a ‘sneeze’ , also when I was young my initials were PK and that was the name of a brand of chewing gum. When my daughter was at school (her initials were PS) and one particular teacher always called her Post Script !!
    Take care, stay safe, stay well.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

  • 6th January 2021 at 1:02 am

    Looking forward to the shows on Saturday with the dies for more inspiration on how to use them differently – one of which I can see on the flyer.
    As to puns or initials it was only recently that I realised that our son is Mr M R, must ask him if he has any comments made.

  • 6th January 2021 at 8:53 am

    Happy new year to you all let’s hope its a good one 🙏🏻
    Looking forward to the shows .
    My ex hubbies initiais were B.A.D 🤭


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