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Two Little Monkeys


Cute little monkey's don't you think? The latest Squigglefly challenge is to use fruit on your card. It can be an image or an embellishment or part of your paper. I didn't have any fruit that would work, so I went over to the Squigglefly Store and purchased this cute little guy called Little Monkey. I have a bunch of cute ideas for this image, but today I just drug it through some Tim Holtz Tea die that I spritzed with some Glimmer Spray (I can't seem to get into coloring lately and this method is so quick and fun).

Hope you will come join in the fun! Hugz!

Comments

  1. Cute, cute, cute...your little monkey x 2 is adorable. Great card, Nancy!

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  2. Love the sepia tone you used for these cute little monkeys. Love your rolled flowers too.

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  3. Eeeeeeek! Nancy, this is the cutest card with the sweetest image. Absolutely love it!

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  4. I have this little guy and I love him, but I never even thought to finish him up the way you did. I'll have to put that into my memory box because I love the look of him this way. Great card.

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  5. Too cute :) Darling little monkeys.

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  6. those monkeys are too too cute. Love how you showcased them on your card!

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  7. Lovely card Nancy as always, those two little monkeys are so cute
    Thanks for sharing
    Hugs Kelly x

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  8. So cute, Nancy. I see you made more of the rolled roses. They look great.

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  9. Ahhhha you just gave me an idea. I've been wanting to do some sepia cards lately and just couldn't get started! You just solved my problem Nancy - and I totally love those monkeys!!!! Beautiful card!

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  10. This is so gorgeous nancy, I like the sweet monkeys and the design.
    Kevin xx

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  11. Super fun card Nancy and its perfect for the challenge!

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  12. This is a fabulous card Nancy, such adorable little monkeys. I love your design and lovely rolled flowers.
    Pauline
    x

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  13. Nancy, I LOVE your (k)crafty card especially the rolled flowers and monkeys! Adorable!

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  14. so stunning nancy.i love your design and rolled flowers and fab cheeky monkeys :D

    xx coops xx

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  15. Oh they are darling. Those rolled roses speak to my heart. I love how they look and I love making them. Super cute card!
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  16. love your monkey card... awesome card

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  17. OMGosh these little monkeys are so cute and I love your rolled flowers.

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