Monday, November 30, 2009

Monthly Round-up. November 2009

written by Ed Mascot

Well… that’s all for November readers! And what a month it was! A month when we were introduced to a big eyed artist, got to meet a kawaii mushroom, saw a very unlucky picture, and received some financial advice from a from a couple of snowmen! We also got to see the fantastic work of Coolpuk, 2:Spot Studio, Claclina, and Tactical Urban Gears to name but a few. And of course there was our monthly puzzle - did you work out who the Mystic Mascot was contacting?

Did you work out who the Mystic Mascot was contacting?
Amazing! It was the Grumpy Mascot! Who’d of thought he’d of been the one to record T.J. Hooker for the Mystic Mascot? Anyway folks… that’s all for now, but be sure to come back next month for more cute treats, kawaii crafts, and lots and lots of Christmas craziness!

See you all in December.
Your host with the most,
Ed Mascot :)


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