Sock Monkey Party


Unbelievably cute Sock Monkey Party by Bethany Chase! How adorable it this? Sweet candy and even sweeter decor! I love this theme!

Sock Monkeys have been around for about 80 years and have been making a big comeback the last few years! Usually the Sock Monkey is made with red heel socks. But, I have also seen some really cute pink and colorful Sock Monkeys.  Bethany Chase came up with some fun ideas using the classic stuffed animal for her son’s birthday party. Bethany says, “We had this sock monkey party to celebrate the second birthday of my son, Carter.  I made the bunting and the labels for the candy and favors on Photoshop.  The kids made sock monkey puppets using brown paper bags (from the dollar store!).  I made the templates for the sock monkey on a manilla folder, and then just cut out all the pieces on 12×12 card stock scrapbook paper.  We used an assortment of glass jars and containers for candy–all coordinating with the brown and red color theme of the party.”

 


Unbelievably cute Sock Monkey Party by Bethany Chase! How adorable it this? Sweet candy and even sweeter decor! I love this theme!

Make your own Sock Monkey Puppet Directions. I love this idea!

 

 


 

 Puppet and photo booth prop.

Is this the cutest photo prop booth ever?? Bethany created quite the darling party!

 via here.
Did you know the sock on the left is a vintage red heel sock and the new version sock is on the right?

A few party supplies to make your Sock Monkey Party special…

11″ Brown Big Polka Dot Balloons
Red with White Polka Dot Balloons
Red Swirl Pops (24)
 Red & White Polka Dot Gift Wrap 16 Foot Roll

Radio Flyer Little Red Wagon


Sock Monkey Party Decor


Kraft Gable Boxes
 Red Gable Boxes


 
Posted on March 11, 2012
 
Categories: boy parties, classics, fabulous parties, girl parties, monkey, parties for boys and girls

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  1. Country Wings in Phoenix says:
    March 11, 2012

    Good Morning Toni Sweetie…
    Oh my gosh does it get any better than this? I love this share. The little sock monkeys were my era and I remember one that my little brother carried around forever. (In fact he still has it. LOL)

    I love the party set up that you have. Look at the wonderful candies and the little puppets the kids made. Just fantastic. What a fun time. Aren't the photos PRICELESS?

    Love the idea of the polka dotted balloons and the little red wagon. Just to darn cute. You reall outdid yourself sweetie.

    Thanks so much for sharing this morning. I have a little grandson that will turn 2 in June. You have got my mind spinning. Have a glorious Sunday. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

  2. Beansieleigh says:
    March 11, 2012

    ADORABLE!!! Love the idea of a sock monkey party, but must admit I've never HAD one, and never MADE one before… I will most definitely have to remedy THAT one of these days! Enjoyed stopping by this party today, and hope you're enjoying your weekend! ~tina

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    March 12, 2012

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  4. Zsa Zsa says:
    March 12, 2012

    I love crafts even if I'm not sure I'm very good at it. I think I will attempt making the sock monkeys very soon.

  5. Stacey Wright says:
    March 12, 2012

    That is down right adorable!!! Thanks for sharing you really did an awesome job. I love sock monkeys and I love how the whole theme just comes together!

  6. Handicraft Passion says:
    March 13, 2012

    great and amazing sock monkeys… well done

  7. Nuha says:
    March 13, 2012

    how creative! I love sock monkeys!

    xo
    http://nuhasofiyan.blogspot.com

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    March 14, 2012

    I had plans to use this theme on my kids birthday party!

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