Sleepy Salvator Sock Monkey

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The world needs more sock monkeys. There. I said it. There’s much to be said about taking something as old and inanimate as a sock and breathing life into it in the crafting process. Slovenia-based Cardboard Castle definitely has a knack for just that. Pictured above is Salvator, one of the crew of “models of sustainability” made from recycled materials. Don’t you just want to hug him? Pictured below are Zora, Handsome Stan, and Anabel.

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  1. lucia says:

    Can I buy a little monkey like that from you? My daughter loves Sleeppy Salvator.
    Please let me know,

    Thanks

    1. Goli Mohammadi says:

      Hi Lucia,

      This post is from 2009, and unfortunately it looks like the Etsy store, Cardboard Castle, that sold these before doesn’t exist anymore. You could try to make one! There are a lot of sock monkey tutorials online. Here are a couple you could check out: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-a-Sock-Monkey-3/ and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWCWHg4K-oU. Good luck!

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