Anyone watch The Purple People Eater when they were a kid?
I loved that movie!
But I was also a kid who watched that movie and then thought Purple People Eaters lived under my bed, in my closet, behind my door, just outside my window…
It’s a good thing I have projects like these that present the Happy Buddy with cute, non-threatening monsters, so that he will learn to love and embrace monsters instead of fear them like I did.
it is what it is stuck some googly eyes on some Rolos candies, threw them in a baggie and attached her FREE Printable tag for a cute treat giveaway.
Make a pair of Monster Shoes using recycled tissue boxes and sponge claws over at A Bird and a Bean.
This Monster Eye Wreath looks easy enough (foam circles with googly eyes attached to a foam wreath) and makes a fun front door decoration.
A cool little after school project with the kiddos – Mini Pumpkin Monsters from A Pop of Pretty.
Snag this awesome FREE Printable Monster Match Game over at Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Using a simple spray bottle and this FREE Printable label from the handmade home will keep those monsters in the closet far, far away.
Make and Takes has these super simple (you just need 4 things!) Googly Eyed Green Monster Jars for you to display all month long on your mantel.
And, finally, I loooove these Monster Monster-Eyed Cookies using those Wilton Edible Eyeballs (you can find ‘em at Wal-Mart) from the idea room.
What a yummy treat to slip into your Happy Buddy’s lunch pail this month.
Have fun with your googly-eyed-bright-colored monster friends!
Happy Monster Mash-ing! :-)
“When I am afraid I will trust in you.* Psalm 56:3
*I have more fun Monster Crafts and Ideas on my Pinterest board. Check it out HERE!*