Monster Spray

Is your child afraid of monsters? If so, then you need Monster Spray!!

Lately Connor has been complaining about monsters in his room at night. I’m not sure if he has made this up so he can stay up later or if he is really afraid. Either way, I decided to make monster spray.

I took my weekly trip to Michaels and found some cute monster stickers. I took an old Glade spray bottle, peeled of the labels, and decorated the bottle with the monster stickers and some letters I already had.  Then I just added some water to the spray bottle.  You could also add some essential oil if you wanted to add a scent but I didn’t.

Now we spray his room every night before we go to bed to keep the monsters away. Connor keeps it on the side of his bunk bed just in case he needs it in the middle of night.

It seems to be working. So if your child is complaining of being afraid of monsters, maybe you need some monster spray also:)

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  1. cute idea :)

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  4. This is to stinkin’ cute! I featured it on my blog!

    Carlee
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  5. This is just what we need! Right now the monster spray is a towel and I think Jane is catching on :-)

  6. What a fun idea–my grandchildren will love this. I think I will send them some monster stickers and they can make their own Monster spray.

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  8. That’s so cute!! Can I share it on my blog? I’ll link to you and give you all the credit for it. My blog it http://inthe-mommybusiness.blogspot.com

  9. That is great! So creative. I have heard of people using monster spray before, but I’ve never seen anyone make a special bottle. Where did you get the monster stickers?

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  10. Ingenious! Thank you, my two little nieces will love this.

    Mila from http://hereundertherainbow.blogspot.com

  11. ah, the power of the placebo effect. so cute :)

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  12. The is a brilliant, creative, loving and wise idea for any parent with child facing nighttime fears! Can’t tell you enough how much I love it!

    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  13. What an AWESOME idea! I love the way you decorated the bottle! So Cute!

  14. OMG! This is an awesome idea! I am telling everyone about it!! I don’t know how you came up with that…but awesome!!
    (new follower)

  15. LOL My kids had monster spray when they were little. We used a can a room freshener . . . there were NO monsters and their rooms always smelled great!

  16. I came across this on Pinterest recently and just loved the idea even though I don’t have small kids. What a great solution! I even featured your monster spray today on my blog.

    http://www.imbusyprocrastinating.com/2011/10/get-me-motivated-monday_10.html

  17. Anonymous says:

    Is there anything in the bottle? If so what? I want to make this for my son, but I am not sure if it needs to be filled with something for the full effect. Thanks

  18. I used to do this for my boys, I would put a bit of my own perfume that I wore everyday, this way not only are they getting the feel of spraying the “monsters”, but also the secure smell of mom.

  19. I feature super cute idea on blog…just love!
    http://jolynnshobbyshop.blogspot.com/2012/10/monster-spray.html

  20. Fantastic idea! Mine’s going to be for monsters, crocodiles & ants… but there may well need to be additions later :-(
    I’d like to link your idea & image on my blog, I hope that’s ok… full credits to you of course!
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