Monster Party

My little girl turned three on Halloween, and I know I did the monster thing once before, but that was pretty much limited to cupcakes…so this time I took things a little bit further. Take a peek.

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The kiddos feasted on fluffy monster juice boxes and one-eyed cupcakes. Most of them just licked the frosting off the cupcakes, but can you blame them? I kinda wanted to do that myself.

One of our party games was a monster bean bag toss. The monster is one I designed for an invitation a couple years ago. I had this crazy idea to make the beanbag toss out of a vinyl outdoor banner and some PVC pipe. It was a huge hit; and super sturdy. I made beanbags out of knit gloves I found in the dollar section at the craft store. Hint: stock up on dollar-section gloves during the winter…they make great beanbags for games all year long.

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I've been wanting to have a monster adoption center ever since I saw this pin on pinterest. (Original idea here and here). I found some socks in the dollar section of the craft store (I hang out there a lot), cut them in half and added some eyeballs and felt hair. I learned the key to making monsters is not to try too hard. The best thing? Each one of these cuties only cost about .25 each. I had all the felt and the eyeballs on hand. Sidenote: I have a real problem buying wiggly eyes. Really. Somebody needs to stage an intervention. I've never met a wiggly eyeball I can resist.

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Another great thing? Monster parties are a hit with kids any time of the year. So grab some wiggle eyes and get to work!

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Post by Christina Williams : justcallmechris.blogspot.com

  • Catherine

    I almost wasn’t going to read this post as my kids have zero interest in monster type stuff but I am so glad I did! This is so stinkin’ cute. I love it all! Now I just have to convince one of my kids to like monsters… :)

  • Ashley

    Hi I love your cupcakes. Could you tell me how you made your eye and teeth? Is it fondant? So cute..