Sunday, August 10, 2008

Introducing Happy Monster

Happy Monster's special ability is that no mean monsters can be near him. He repels them totally. So if your child has a Happy Monster in their room they will not have any monsters hiding in corners, under beds or in the closet. Not a single one.


His working name was Uno, but When Stephen learned about his special abilities he said his name should be Happy Monster.
Stephen slept with him last night and told me this morning that he does work. :)
Happy's top half is yellow felt, bottom is some fun blue fabric I found. Everything is machine sewn, making him perfect for kids to play with.
Here is another shot of Stephen with Happy.
I'm going to make another one for Ethan later. Stephen has more of a monster problem than Ethan though, so I made his first. Oh and a note, working with bright yellow felt makes me think of Sponge Bob Square Pants a lot. I'm not a fan of his, so that annoyed me. I think Happy looks nothing like Spongebob though right?

5 comments:

Kim H. said...

I love it! Oh my goodness it is awesome! Those fuzzy paints on him are the best!

TJ said...

He does NOT look like SpongeBob ... at ALL! What a cute idea! Stephen looks adorable ... of course and I'm so glad Happy Monster is doing his job!

Jen said...

He is the cutest thing ever! Love Happy Monster Erin!!

Novell said...

Hmm...nope he doesn't look like Spongebob but is sorta shaped like Patrick, LOL. Glad he's doing his job....

Thanh said...

I cant stand sponge bob, but I think that Happy Monster doesnt look like him at all! V. cute Erin. one of my faves softies so far.