My Little Felt Monsters

I had fun doodling my little monsters on card stock..
and bringing them to life with a little felt and sewing!

I’ve seen “Adopt a Monster” party favors all over Pinterest…
so I wanted to use that same Idea for our Monster Bash!
(A Toddler Friendly Halloween Party!)
I also created in Photoshop a Monster
Adoption Certificate for the girls to fill out with me. :)
It was fun having sophia (my 4 yr old) help me choose
how many spikes, teeth or eyes the monsters should have!
And even more fun hearing the names they came up with!
(the blue one is apple….haha. ;)
We also have a spikey, gilly and fuzzball.

I’m considering adding these to my Etsy Shop- Charming Felt!
(complete with the Monster Adoption Certificate!)
These little monsters are fun soft toys for your toddlers…
or as a party favor this Halloween!
I loved seeing the girls play with them..
I started off making 1..then they requested a daddy..
and then a mommy… etc etc..
Some of the monsters are in love.
as you can tell from the photo below.
I have to finish up some client felt orders…
but then I REALLY want to try and make these into puppet versions!
I think the girls would love that. :)
If you follow me on instagram or facebook, then you saw
I made up some sweet little felt owls too!
I’ll share those on here soon.. I seriously am in love with them.

The Busy Budgeting Mama

4 Comments on My Little Felt Monsters

  1. Cheryl Enlow
    September 25, 2012 at 9:18 am (2 years ago)

    Seriously, so stinkin cute! Love ‘em

    Reply
  2. Carmen
    September 25, 2012 at 10:10 am (2 years ago)

    I loooove the adoption certificate idea!! :) Your girls are so lucky to have such a creative mama!!

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  3. Krista
    September 25, 2012 at 10:48 am (2 years ago)

    These turned out ADORABLE! And I love the adoption certificate, reminds me of Cabbage Patch kids when I was little ;) You should definitely add these to your shop.

    The girls’ hair is so cute in these pictures. You sure have some sweet little “models”!

    Reply
  4. Sirane Ensaid Rivas de Gonzalez
    September 25, 2012 at 8:39 pm (2 years ago)

    Your’e so creative! This looks like so much Fun! I really like fun Halloweens not spooky ones!

    Reply

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