ABOUT BIRCH AND BUTTON
My aim is to help people feel inspired and get more creative. I’d love everyone to realise that creativity isn’t just limited to painting like one of the masters!
The main categories I blog about are ways to nourish your creativity, and specific art and craft projects and tutorials.
If you’re new here and want to start with some of my most popular posts, check out the following:
- The Epic List of 50+ Creative Tutorials (Learn A New Skill + Get Your Creativity On!)
- Getting Started With Blending Watercolour Pencils
- Heart-Shaped Rolled Beeswax Tealights
- 10 Ways To Get Your Creative Juices Flowing
- How To Clean Seashells For Use In Crafts
I started this blog to talk about all of the things I love with other people who love them too. I know that lots of people will be in a similar situation to me, wanting to embrace and enhance their creativity and look after their mind and body.
Maybe you have a distinctly uncreative job, maybe you are constantly rushing around and need more me-time, or maybe you are just interested in trying something new – those are all great reasons to get inspired and be creative.
If you want to know a bit more about who’s behind Birch and Button, read on! My name is Stacey and I’m a thirty-year-old English girl living in south Wales. I originally come from a town in Suffolk, and have lived in south Wales since going to university in Swansea.
I love anything creative, and for me that includes art, crafts and upcycling, and also cooking and baking. (It’s creativity with food, after all!)
THINGS I LIKE: Being creative, red wine, reading, tea, yoga, gin, sunshine, food, animals, stand-up comedy, being outside
THINGS I DISLIKE: Spiders and other creepy crawlies, pessimism, the word “moist”, noisy eaters
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So that’s a little about the blog and me – the only thing left to say now is that I hope you enjoy your time here at my little corner of the web!