We had a monster themed 1st birthday party for our little monster Tripp. Full of bright colors, fun printables, and lots of arts and crafts for the kiddos!!
Most of the party decor was inspired by invitations and printables I ordered from shelleyspaperstudio on Etsy! She had adorable monsters that I duplicated and used throughout the party design!
Invitations, food cards, tshirt graphic - shelleyspaperstudio on Etsy. Cake - Blue Cake Company (Little Rock, AR) I bought foamboard insulation from a local hardware store for $8 for an 8x4 ft sheet...I was able to make 4 ft tall monsters placed throughout the party, as well as a fun photo prop!!
"Adopt a Monster" favors!! I made stuffed felt monsters, along with "adoption certificates" for the kids to fill out with their newly adopted friends!
Hello! I made the pin the eye on the monster, including the eyeballs. I was wondering what you used to stick the eyes on the board. Was it tape, or taks?
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Can I ask how you did the plate? I love it
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How much are you selling the pin the eye on the monster file? And how many inches was ther insulation board in thickness?
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I do still have the Pin the Eye on the Monster file if anyone would like to buy it. My email address is email@example.com
Could you share your publisher file for Pin the Eye on the Monster? I’m not very good at designing my own stuff!
hello! did you save the file for the pin the eye on the monster!? Are you selling it?
I am also wondering if you would sell your pin the eye on the monster file.
Thanks! It is so cute!
Hi!! Are you willing to sell your pin the monster?
Love this Idea! Can you tell me where you got the cupcake wraps?
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Also where did you purchase those frames were you placed the invite in
would you be willing to sell your image for the pin the eye on the monster? If so i’m interested =)
The month by month banner is just precious! How did you make it?
I used special ceramic paint from the same place I bought the platter. After it was painted, I took it back to her and she glazed/fired it!
I made the “pin the eye on the monster” in Microsoft Publisher and just printed at Walmart.com as a poster (I saved the file as a photo). The big monsters and photo prop I made from insulation foam board – I found an 8×4 ft sheet at a local hardware store for less than $10!! It was so easy to paint and cut out with a box cutter! :)
Thanks!! I bought the ceramic platter from a local paint-your-own pottery shop. She gave me some special paint to use and just went from there! I painted the monster and “balloon strings” after everyone did their thumbprint.
Thanks! I actually made both the burlap monster and favor bags! :)
I did make the play doh (Pinterest is an awesome resource for recipes!). I just created the labels in Microsoft Publisher and printed them from home on sticker paper!
Hi! I was wondering if you could tell me what kind of paint you used for the thumbprint platter. Did you use paint to make the strings?
How did you make the “pin the eye on the monster” and the monster photo board ??
LOVING the thumbprint tree.. how exactly did you set that up?? That is just such a wonderful idea to capture everyone that came to the party!!
For the mold a monster did u make the play doh? And the labels on the water bottles how did you make them? Thank you in advance
Hello I also want to know about this. Thank you for sharing your ideas I absolutely love everything
Where did you get the burlap monster and the goodie bags!!! you did such a wonderful good!!!!!! so cute!
Wow, not bad sewing job for a first timer! You really did an awesome job with this!
Yes ma’am! It’s a lot easier than it looks…which, luckily with monsters, they didn’t have to be perfect!! But trust me…there was more than enough hot glue used! :)
really??? your first time using a sewing machine? that’s amazing! so i guess it’s not yet too late for me to learn how to use it, huh?