Thursday, June 22, 2017

Hop a train to the reef on the DBTL Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Train!

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, also called PCOS, is a hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges.  It is the leading cause of female infertility.

PCOS can also lead to other serious conditions including severe anxiety and depression, obesity, endometrial cancer, type 2 diabetes, liver disease and cardiovascular disease.

PCOS affects 1-in-10 women.

For more information on this disorder, visit

The orange, dark grey and eggshell white in the palette suggested clownfish to me, so that's what I went with this month.  Welcome to an under the sea adventure with 12 (3600 x 3600 pixel) .jpg papers, 25 elements, and 1 mermaid poser from ©Sirina's Box.

You are getting 2 bows, 2 borders, 2 frames, 2 ribbons, 1 angelfish, 1 awareness ribbon fish, 1 bubbles, 1 clam, 1 clown fish, 1 coral, 1 little crab, 1 octopus, 1 port hole, 1 sea horse, 1 sea lion, 1 sea plant, 1 sea weed, 1 starfish, 1 tower, 1 waves, and 1 whale.

300 DPI.  Personal use only.

Now, a question.  Approximately 75% of all downloads this year have been for full size kits.  Should I continue to make tagger size kits, or are you good with full size for the freebies?  Please leave your answer in the comments.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness

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If you know someone who is interested in this kit , please direct them to my blog where they can download their own copy. Free to use is NOT the same thing as free to share. My graphics are copyright protected.

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Pam K said...

Thank you for sharing this beautiful kit & bringing awareness to this syndrome.

Susan Says (Stupid Stuff) said...

Again, thank you very much :)

Susan Says (Stupid Stuff) said...

I forgot to mention - I'm absolutely fine with full size freebies - it's so easy to size them down if needed :)

Louyse Toupin said...

Very beautiful kit,thank you very much! :

Mary Presley said...

I prefer full size kits! The fish, octopus, crab, and sea lion are all adorable!!! The lighthouse is charming!!! The mermaid is delightful!!! The seaweed and bubbles are fantastic!!! The whale is amazing!!! The papers are stunning!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

CAscrapgal said...

Thank you so much for creating these beautiful freebies. Anything ocean related happens to be a favorite theme of mine. I do prefer full size. Thanks again!

Kimberly Goodman said...

Thank you for the cute kit. I only use full size kits. :)

Gonda said...

Thank you so much for creating these beautiful freebies. I'm also absolutely fine with full size.

Feonacy Tyson said...

Thanks for your beyond belief blogs stuff.
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