Tuesday, May 29, 2012

My son graduated from high school this past weekend. It's hard to believe how quickly time flies by. One day he was my little boy swinging from a tree branch (the point of time that he was appointed the nickname, Monkeyboy or Monkeyson) and the next, he's growing a beard, dating & setting his eyes to the horizon. I found a little time in the week before his graduation and ensuing celebration party to create a Graduation Monkey for my son. It had a spot right next to his diploma on the party table :) Enjoy!

My monkey son, Nate

Graduation Monkey for Nate


  1. Great to see it finished Miranda,congratulations to your son.
    I am not too good at blogging either but recently have improved.
    I have a second giveaway on my blog you are welcome to pop over and take a look, its not clay though!

  2. Thank you Jackie! Popped over to your blog, entered the giveaway too :) You make such pretty things. I'm trying, so so trying to be a better blogger this year...

  3. I would really like to get one these. Do you sell them?

  4. Hi Kris,

    I sent you a message but just in case, you can see all of my work on my facebook page at www.facebook.com/mirandascritters or in my etsy shop where I sell the critters I can part with. www.mirandascritters.etsy.com . I'm always open for custom orders though they may take a little time depending on what my schedule is. Thank you for asking :)

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