Monday, May 23, 2011

How to transport a Monkey.

How do you keep a monkey occupied on the long journey to America.
Well you give him his own toy box to play in. Very simply made from cardboard sheets covered in different papers(these are by Craft Beautiful from their Delicate Garden range ) and holes punched round the sides and then threaded together with matching wool. A large button holds the lid closed.












I hear that he is very happy in his new home and made lots of friends.


12 comments:

  1. Oh I love it ! What a delightful box for the cuttest monkey ever ! Hugs x

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  2. Wow, this is fabulous. You are one amazing crafter, paying great attention to detail. Love it. Happy crafting.
    Love Sandra xx

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  3. No wonder he was happy, it's 5* transport if you ask me!. Dx

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  4. How brilliant is that!!! Is he a home bred monkey??

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  5. *claps*
    I didn't know you were breeding monkeys?
    and pedigree ones too ;)
    he's adorable xx

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  6. No NO NO! It was bad enough chaining up the little fella but locking him a dark (albeit EXTEREMELY attractive box!) Just takes the biskwit! (He's gorgeous, clever you!)

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  7. So glad you made him such a nice box....hope he is really happy there.......otherwise I know another good home.....lol
    xxx Margreet

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  8. What a lovely box for a cheeky monkey (I'm guessing he is that!)

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  9. Thanks to everyone for their comments. I,m not on my normal computer so my replies are not always working. Hugs Mrs A.

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  10. Yes, JAM is very happy here in the USA and he has found a nice place that allows him to keep an eye out on everything. With Terri Anne, they are keeping every thing under control. I kept the box and the pattern tissue paper - it's too cute not to use again! Thank you so much Mrs. A. - everyone loves JAM and Terri Anne when they come to visit!

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  11. Aw how very clever are your Mrs A!! love it! Shaz in oz.x

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