Monster Vanishing Spray

We’re Aimee and Bettijo the Sometimes Supermoms from the blog Paging Supermom. We love sharing ideas that help each Mom create and cherish more Supermom Moments.

We recently had a reader submit a Super-tip explaining how to rid your child’s room of scary monsters. After all, doesn’t every dark closet harbor a big, scary monster? Our reader’s solution is so simple and effective — use a squirt bottle to spray away those uninvited prowling creatures! Ingenious! Since we’re graphic designers, we couldn’t help but kick the packaging up a notch to make the spray more official. (And our kids have commented that this spray “works better” than the old spray!) We simply filled a classic squirt bottle with a secret, monster-vanishing spray (also known as H2O), then labeled the bottle, so even our youngest kids can be assured this bottle means business with any late-night intruders. Our label colors were inspired by Land of Nod's adorable Robo-bedding.

Download the free Monster Spray Printable (available in blue and pink), and you'll be armed and ready for tonight’s bedtime!

Hmmm… what kind of spray should Moms come up with next?

Post by Aimee and Bettijo :

  • Kellie Hollister

    I love this, my daughter has her own spray bottle just for that, now we need one for big brothers. Hee! Hee!

  • Tara

    Awesome! Can’t wait for the monsters to come out, so we can use our monster spray! 😉

  • cindy love

    i am having issues trying to open this link. Any suggestions

  • Rachel

    So I just dealt with my nephew (he is three) having fears that monsters would get him. I don’t really like the idea of using the monster spray, because it confirms their fears that monsters exist. I think it is far more effective to explain that monsters are not real, that they are safe with mom and dad. We also pray with our daughter and nephew and tell them that Jesus will protect them. I think this is far more effective than confirming to them that monsters are real.

    -Just wondering other Mom’s thoughts.