Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Monkeyin’ Around

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February Food Fun, yep that’s the name of the blog challenge I chose for this month of February on the Flybaby Forum at SCS.  We are taking turns hostessing a specified day to visit each others blogs.  Seems like our life here in Wittenberg revolves around food and it will be fun to see all the different stamps that have food or beverages displayed in different ways.  Thanks for joining in if you are participating and if you are just looking we are happy you took the time.  Remember to leave a hug in the form of a comment and we will know you visited us.  I’m off to look and see what the others have done. Tomorrow brings us to March and we hope an early spring.  toodles! Red rose
card deets:  High Hopes Rubber Stamps on cling rubber, Michaels paper scraps from a large pack that is 100 years old, I think.  Washi tape from Target.  Card die is from a box I was cutting up and I realized it was folded perfectly to make a card with a flap to open. love to find fun stuff like that Right hand side flap is covered with a pretty lighter colored piece of teal patterned paper from Creative Memories that washed out when photographed.   Smile   now if I knew how to shade around that monkey so he wouldn’t look like he is sitting in the open air….any suggestions?


  1. Cute monkey Janeen. I outline around mine with a light gray or a light blue.

  2. Oh What an adorable card. Love the flap and that cute monkey! Thanks for choosing such a fun theme!!! It was really fun to change things up and find a previously uninked stamp for this challenge! Is that blue washi? Adorable!

  3. Thats so cute, I don't think I have a stamp with food. Will have to be creative!

  4. Very cute, Janeen. If you just make a little shade for him under his legs it looks like he's sitting on something. Or you can draw a little line behind him. If you don't mind fussy cutting you could put the washi up closer next time and he can be sitting on the washi line. It's adorable, though, floating and all! :)