Monday, April 16, 2012

Monster Party - Printables

Happy Monday! Hope you all had a great weekend! We had a yard sale and are in the throws of moving preparations! Very soon, we will be moving into home number 4!  Eek!

As I promised last week, I am back today to share with you all the printables I made for Henry's birthday party! There's kind of a frustrating funny story about these labels! When it came time for food labels, I was about at my DIYing limit. For some reason, the idea of making my own labels was beyond me. Surely, with all the wonderful free printables out there, someone would have something that  matched! Right?

Ha! I probably spent 2 hours searching all my favorite blogs, Pinterest, and google and just couldn't find anything that would work. Uber frustrated that I had wasted so much time, I sat down to make my own. Using MDS and in less than an hour, I had my own set of perfectly customized and fun labels for my party! Should have just done my own in the first place!

So you don't have to go through these same thing...that is if you're having a green/blue/orange/red party...all my label templates are after the jump!

Here are my labels! I printed them on glossy photo paper and mounted them to card stock squares and circles (cut on my cricut!). You can see more of how my labels look here

However, I realize that unless you're offering the exact same foods and activities I did, the above labels won't be of much use to you! are all the blank templates!

Circle Labels
can be cut with a 2.5" punch

Small Square Labels

Large Square Labels

Table Tent Labels

Circle Labels
can be cut with a 1.75" punch

Straw Flags

They are ALL available for download here!

Please keep in mind all labels should be used for personal use only ;) Hope you have a great week! Next up, I'm going to show you how I made Henry's monster onesie!!!

See you soon!


I am linking this post to:The 36th AvenuePositively Splendid


  1. These labels are beautiful, Megan. They definitely made Henry's party a unique one. It's so nice to see every party piece labeled and organized. These labels sure made party planning less hassle-free. Cheers!

  2. Hi Megan, do you happen to have printables for the banner and monsters? I love it all and as we are stationed overseas my party supply options are limited mainly to AAFES and the internet. My son's first birthday party is Saturday and I was wondering if you could share.

    1. Hello BelleAur,

      The banner and all the little monsters were made using a cricut machine out of card stock, so I do not have these in printable format. I only make printables of the designs I create personally using a digital scrapbooking software. I'm sorry I cant help; I feel your pain living overseas! Living in Okinawa, we were at the mercy of whatever was available on base.

      Good luck and hope your monster party turns out great!

  3. Are these still available for download? Planning my son's first birthday party and it's monster themed so these would be perfect!

  4. I love these! I am planning a monster party for my little one next month. Is there anyway you could email me the zipped file? I am not a member of Scribd so I don't think I can download them.

    Thanks for sharing your great ideas!
    wyler27 at gmail dot com

  5. I am having the hardest time finding monster table clothes, napkins, decorations etc. Also, I'd love to know where you found the monsters to send home with the kids.

    1. Hi Jessica, Thanks for your comment! I made almost everything myself. I detailed every last detail in 11 posts here on the blog! You can read them all here:
      Hope that helps!


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