Apr 12

Scrapbook Saturday: Monkey Love

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Every Saturday I will be sharing a scrapbook page I’ve created.  This week’s page is called Monkey Love. I will share the list of supplies if I know them.

My daughter has always wanted a sock monkey. One year for Christmas I found one in pink. Pink was her favorite color for the longest time. As she gets older, she has been stepping away from pink and embracing other colors.

Monkey Love



Pattern Paper: unknown

Card Stock:  unknown

Font: Camilla

Sock Monkey Shape: silhouette online store

Rambunctious Red Bic Mark It Marker

Fandango Pink Bic Mark It Marker

Petal Pink Bic Mark It Marker


For Christmas one year you got a sock monkey. Of course it had to be pink! It was also a must to pose silly!


If you love to use die cuts on your pages I high suggest the Silhouette Cameo. I did a review on here.

The Silhouette Cameo let’s you design your own die cut shapes. You can also buy premade designs in their online store. I can honestly say I use my Cameo on just about every page I do since receiving it.


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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: gina@ginaslibrary.info


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  1. The Happy Scrappy Momma

    Very Cute, love the die cut sock monkey.

  2. Tamra Phelps

    I love that! I wish I could do this! I love sock monkeys.

  3. Gale McCarron

    So adorable! I too am a big lover of sock monkeys so I totally understand your passion. Can’t wait to see more of your scrapbooking!

  4. angie

    Thanks for such a great post. Its always nice to see exactly what supplies someone uses too instead of just having to guess!

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