Sunday, 25 December 2016

M is for Monkey

Hello.  Welcome.  Merry Christmas everyone.  Hope you have had a splendid day filled with all good things.  I have altered a playing card for the Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary challenge.  This time it is M and I went with Monkey

I used some banana leaf patterned paper for my background.  I cut Cheery Lynn's Yay! Monkey and, inspired by the two stamps that I got on a couple of christmas cards, I cut him a tee-shirt and diaper. I coloured my monkey with distress inks and his diaper stripes, eyes, mouth and the 'm' are coloured with promarkers.  The 'm' is a sizzix diecut.  I also found some paper with banana's printed on it so I cut it out and gave it to the monkey. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
The Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary Challenge - M
I Love Promarkers Challenge 325 - Anything Goes
Die Cut Divas- Layers
Happy Little Stampers - Anything Goes With Dies


  1. This is really cute! Thanks for playing along with our Christmas day challenge at I Love Promarkers,

    Hugz Tinz

  2. Love it - made me grin from ear to ear! Thank you for joining in the Craft Barn Alpha/Dictionary Challenge xx

  3. Really fun and cute, a great card for M and ties in with the stamps and background brilliantly. Xx

  4. Very clever costume for your monkey! Great card.

  5. So cute and clever to do M is for Monkey. OMG! Those postage stamps!!!!

  6. That's a fun entry with a really cute die cut.

  7. So cute! What a fun card.Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers!

  8. A fun transformation of your playing card.

  9. So fun, your card make me smile!! Thanks for playing along at Die Cut Divas.

  10. What a fab chimp with his matching postage stamps!
    So pleased you join in over at HLS. :)


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