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09/10/2019

Welcome to the New Thirsty Brush Weekly Blog!

 

So many new things have happened in the last couple of weeks. New blog, new weekly live shows on YouTube, new launches and a new workshop studio to run classes! Phew! That's a lot of new stuff. So exciting to see our brand growing.

 

I managed to meet lots of you at our stand at recent craft shows, while I was demostrating. It's so much fun talking to you all face to face about your card making and sharing ideas.

 

I hope you are all enjoying the Thirsty Thursday YouTube shows over at the Stamps by Me channel. It's fast becoming my favourite time of the week and I just love being able to cater the show to what you want to see. for example, tomorrow I will be recreating one of the most popular cards that people comment on when they visit our stand at craft shows. So, make sure you catch it. It's a fab card and a very effective technique I will be showing you.

 

For this weeks blog project, let's use our fabulous Bermuda Breeze stack that launched on last weeks show! The stack is such a versatile colour combination, and this tropical leaves design is perfect for male and female cards. This card by Design Team member Kerry is a perfect example of that. Here’s what to do:

 

 

My aim for this for blog, is for it to be as interactive as possible. So, if there is a technique you would like to see or a Thirsty Brush design you would like me to feature, then get in touch! I’d love to help.

 

So what’s coming up next? So, our brand new Birmingham workshop offically opens on Monday 14th October with our first free craft session at 2-4pm!

 

You can book into any of our workshops and classes here or on the Thirsty Brush Facebook page under events

 

See you this ‘Thirsty Thursday’ at 3pm on the Stamps by Me YouTube Channel for some super demos of techniques you asked to see ;)

 

Claire xxx

 

Products used in this project:

 

 

@Thirstybrushandco Instagram

@Cothirsty Twitter

@Thirstybrush Facebook page and the ‘Brushettes’ community crafting group