**For the Saturday Spotlight Challenge #7 (Masterboards) and card blog candy giveaway, please see THIS post**
Digital 'Turkey' available at Aisne's Creations, Ribbon freebie by Kristin (crafty creations). Cardstock: Fall Daze - Paper Pack 2, Chocolate Chip. Accessories: Circle Nestabilities, Martha Stewart scallop border punch.
So what exactly is a Poser Club? For $10, you have a 3 month membership and are able to download any of the weekly graphic packs Aisne produces; November week 2 alone included 12 different packages of images! This cute little turkey in his different poses was one set, along with pilgrim counterparts.
Here's how Aisne describes how to use Club images: The graphics may be used for an assortment of projects including scrapbooking, taggers, web & blog design, email stationery, printable projects such as candy wrappers, cardmaking and more and they are great as a 'teachers resource'.
Want to try out this type of image before you buy? Check out Aisne's blog for a free 'Cookie - Cool Fever' and create a few Cool Cookie tween cards of your own.
Then stop by Kristin's blog for this free 'Gobble Till You Wobble' ribbon, too!
The sketch for this card was inspired by this week's PaperCraft Planet sketch challenge.On to the award portion of this post!
Isn't this a fun award that my buddy, Deb (Freckle-Face Printworks) gave me? And I'd like to pass along the honor to these bloggers who always bring a smile to my face:
1. Joanna at Sitting on Copic Pens and Needles. Joanna is even newer than I am to the blogging world, but she's a fast learner. Being very talented and a hilarious writer helps, too. Stop by her blog and you won't be disappointed!
2. Order of the Opus Gluei. Jana and Rosemary host this challenge blog and are such fun ladies that you know you'd love to go out to coffee with them and chat about ANYthing! Their challenges are unique and always have a fun spin -- play along to be featured as one of the Gluei groupies or just read their side bar for a good laugh. Oh yes, and did I mention they are both talented multi-crafters?
Wishing you smiles from a very soggy Illinois!