Saturday, 30 May 2009

Marelle's may challenge

Well just scraping into May here but I loved this challenge. On Marelle Taylor's website she set a challenge to take a project directly from the catalogue and copy it exactly, or as close as you can get, then using the same layout make it again but substituting different colours, stamps and embellishments. So this is the box from page 82 (minus the buttons as I don't have them...yet) Images © Stampin' Up!® 1990-2009 This uses Fifth Ave Floral, Baja Breeze cardstock and inkpad, Choc Chip cardstock and watercolour crayon, Kiwi Kiss cardstock, Whisper White grosgrain and cardstock, Stazon, aquapainter, acetate and Sticky Strip. and this is my variation. Mr Sock Monkey. Can you believe some fellow demos think he looks evil? Look at that face!!! not an evil bone in his body... in fact I don't think a Sock Monkey has any bones in his body and he certainly wouldn't pick a bone with anyone. This cute little party box uses Sock Monkey and Accessories, Riding Hood Red cardstock & inkpad, Pacific Point cardstock & inkpad, vellum, Tangerine Tango cardstock and ink pad, Whisper White grosgrain and cardstock, watercolour crayons - Choc Chip, Creamy Caramel, Gable Green & inkpad, Stazon, Aquapainters, Crystal Effects, Linen Thread and Sticky Strip. Hope you like it!


Thomas Houseman said...

I like it :)

Marelle Taylor said...

Lovely work Kirrily! ...even if you did use Sock monkey ;o)
Thanks for joining in my challenge!

Sam Coppack said...

This looks great! And I don't even like the sock monkey!

Tracy said...

cute! and yes I like the sock mean knitone-pearl one in his body!

Liam said...

very clever. Love it.


Kerry (Kez) said...

This is so cute, I am getting to like Sock Monkey a bit more now!

Karen said...


Absolutely gorgeous work Kirrily!!
I am luvin that little monkey - he's got soooooo much potential! lol



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