Mummies’ Little Monsters Halloween Party

Mummies Little Monsters You’re in for a TREAT today! We’re sharing Beth Beattie’s Mummies’ Little Monsters Halloween Party! Full of cute Halloween details from DIY Monster Pumpkins (step-by-step instructions below) to mummy sippy cups and tissue paper ghosts!Mummies Little Monsters Mummies Little Monsters Mummies Little Monsters mummies little monsters halloween tablescapePARTY DETAILS from stylist, Beth Beattie: “The table had chalkboards as placemats with gauze wrapped “mummy” sippy cups (tutorial below), pumpkins turned into monsters and bubbles with custom stickers to entertain the little ones.  The centerpieces were glass cylinder vases decoupaged with patterned tissue paper and ghosts made out of tissue paper hanging on branches. Mummies Little Monsters Ghost Treats The dessert table consisted of one-eyed monster cupcakes, ghost pretzel sticks, Oreo mummies, three-eyed monster marshmallows by Southern Belle’s Cakery and apple sauce and goldfish for a healthier option. The take home gift was inspired by Miner Moments blog where we painted their feet and stamped them on canvas upside down so they turned into ghosts. Mummies Little Monsters Drink Station The drink station featured Mummy’s sippy cup napkins, B-O-O spelled out with Anthropologie letters, a pumpkin punch bowl and stand from Pottery Barn, mason jars with chalkboard contact paper with mummy names of each child’s mom, such as Jack’s Mummy, Elsa’s Mummy, etc.” how to make monster pumpkin HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER PUMPKIN Create a cute + fun monster pumpkin with the kids this year for a Halloween decoration! SUPPLIES Plastic or real pumpkin Spray paint Pipe cleaners – 2 per pumpkin cut in half (4 pieces) 2 Large Googly eyes Chalkboard contact paper White Sharpie marker Hot glue gun 1) Start by spray painting a real or plastic pumpkin a color of your choice. (we did pistachio and violet) 2) While waiting for the paint to dry cut two pipe cleaners in half. 3) Hot glue a googly eye onto the end of two pieces. 4) Wrap the other two pipe cleaners around your finger or a pencil to create a spiral. 5) Once the spray paint is dry take a sharp kitchen knife and poke two holes on the top and two holes on the side. 6) Stick the pipe cleaners with the eyes in the top two holes and the plain two in the side holes. 7) Use an oval stencil (I got one from the Internet) and cut out an oval in the chalkboard contact paper. 8) Use a white sharpie to draw teeth mummy sippy cups how toHOW TO MAKE A MUMMY SIPPY CUP SUPPLIES Sippy cup Gauze tape – We used Curad Ouchless tape that was 2 in wide 2 small googly eyes Black Sharpie marker Hot glue gun 1) Take a child’s sippy cup and wrap self-adhesive gauze around the entire cup. 2) Once the cup is covered, hot glue googly eyes onto the cup. 3) Then take a magic marker to create a mouth. Mummies Little Monsters Ghost TreatsLittle Halloween Party CREDITS + RESOURCES: Photography: Alana Harris Photography | Styling + Design by Beth Beattie | Pumpkin Punch Bowl + Stand: Pottery Barn | B O O Letters: Anthropologie | Banners: Party Starters | Desserts:  Southern Belle’s Cakery | Ghost Art: Miner Moments blog |Invite: Single Handled Studio

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  1. […] Let’s not forget about the monsters. They’re not necessarily bad or scary. It’s actually easy to imagine some cute and funny monsters. These cupcakes, for example, are just adorable. The monster pumpkins are also lovely and so are the mummy references.{found on pizzazzerie}. […]

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