June 12, 2007

Life in the Monkey Factory

Okay, maybe I shouldn't say "factory", that sounds so mass production. lol I made a bunch of new monkeys over the last week or so. Getting ready for the Farmer's Market and trying to list often on Etsy and on my site keeps me pretty busy. I'm trying out some new monkey colors too. The one in the gold hat is a yummy caramel color, the lavender hat monkey is a sort of latte brown. Not sure how I feel about them yet. We'll see if I sell them. :)
I also just finished a new zipper pouch, I sold the last one. I'm planning to make a bunch more of those, but maybe not take quite so long to do it. I spent way too much time piecing this new one together. Naughty girl.
And while I was doing a little online shopping yesterday, I came across this Tupperware Design Contest. Check it out, sounds like fun. (Maybe a collaborative effort for you & Josh, Jenn) I think I'm off to San Francisco today for lunch with Nick. We might get our new car tonight, wish us luck. Have a great Tuesday!


Christina J. said...

So cute. Looks like you've been working hard! I like the caramel color. I thought of you today when I was at Target. I was looking at kitchen stuff and there was a monkey scouring pad! Target has tons of monkey stuff right now it seems.

Katie Jean said...

I don't know why, but Monkey Factory made me start to sing that song "Hello, My name is Joe, and I work in a button factory..."

That tupperware contest looks fun, I'd love to see the results of that!

Jenn Maruska said...

A Monkey Factory - awesome!

I like ALL of your new Monkey colors.

Thanks for the link - I'll check it out.

Hey - Josh and I have a Jetta!

: )

LeeAnn said...

I like the different color monkeys. I think they will do very well for you. And that zipper pouch must of taken you FOREVER with all those pieces! Love it!

Anonymous said...

I love that phrase "Monkey Factory" LOL You should make a button that says that :)

PAC said...

what adorable monkeys!

Sweet Olive Press | Helen said...

oh cute!

and a monkey factory sounds like mischief :)