That’s what I wanted this card to say at first….but then decided to use a different sentiment, so I could be able to actually send the card away. This little monkey does look a bit lecherous though with his tongue hanging out…what do you think? To me he looks like he wants to monkey around!

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I just love these monkey images. I stamped  my little guy with Black Palette ink on shimmery white cardstock. I colored him with aqua painter and classic ink pads: Close to Cocoa, Ruby Red, Real Rust and Brocade blue.

The patterned Paper is from My Mind’s Eye. I ran it through the cuttlebug and used the Tiny Bubble dry embossing folder. I have been waiting forever for this to come back in stock. Kim McNutt made me NEED that folder in a bad way.

 The sentiment is stamped with Everyday Flexible Phrases.

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

23 Responses to “Let’s make beautiful music together”

  1. These monkey image are super cute!! I love both of them. Love your layout too – hopefully I’ll get to stamp soon and I can try it! TFS

  2. lecherous or in love – maybe both.

    I just got some impression plates for my Ellison big Kick. As soon as I uncover enough table surface, I’m gonna try them out. I also bout one cuttle bug plate to see if I could get it to work with my machine.

  3. awwwww…you didn’t want to save him for DH? what a cute little guy…ok, the monkeys are growing on me!

  4. Super funny!!!! I would never have seen that if you did not metion it!
    He is adorable though!

  5. Oh Beate– you are too funny!! Cute cards you are making with the Stampendous stamps!!

  6. Too cute! He looks like such a party animal. Love the papers you chose and the little glow around him.

  7. Oh my gosh! This monkey reminds me of Keith Urban’s guitar monkey he used to use on all of his stuff (I love KU, by the way).

    This card is so cute! Love the papers and the way you’ve colored the monkey!

  8. Very cute! I love the pp too :)

  9. Since you’ve shared that you use either choc. chip or black as a base for most of your cards, how do you write on them inside? Do you line the inside with white cs or use a signo gel pen or what? Love your work and hope to pass along the shadowing technique around changito to my stampin’ crew at my upcoming stamping day.

  10. Oh, this is funny and so, so cute! He is getting DOWN with that gi-tar! Love it all!

  11. Beate, Do you know what an enabler you are?! I just flew over to eP to get this little guy (also picked up the bee trio while I was there) when I saw your card. He will make a perfect anniversary card for DH. I already have the tiny bubbles embossing folder so I should be all set. But is an addict like myself ever “all set”, hmmmm……

  12. Oh I LOVE it! These monkeys ARE the cutest. I just LOVE what you do with them! :)

  13. so funny and so cute Beate!!!!

    marja

  14. Oh my goodness! I love these monkeys! The card is so stinkin’ cute, too! :)

  15. He’s so cute! Love the card. You may have to make another so you can use the title. You’ll just have to give it to your husband. Have an anniversary or anything coming up?

  16. Love this card. The paper selection is perfect. TFS.

  17. Aww! He is just too cute! Love that MME paper too!

  18. How freakin cute is this guy…hmmm I think I need this stamp!

    your artwork is amazing….I just love all your layouts…

  19. oh this is sooo adorable, Beate!!!

  20. He looks like he is up to something! :-) Love your paper choices, layout…well everything!

    Linda

  21. I love these monkeys! Your sentiment would be great to give to a spouse and not for any particular occasion, just out of the blue. You did an absolutely fabulous job. TFS.

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  23. You’re having too much fun with those monkey stamps.

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