Make Your Home Frightfully Fun with some Monster Door Decor


For those that may not know, Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays. Right up there with Thanksgiving and Christmas. And there is nothing I love more than Halloween decor! I kind’ve obsess over it and make it a personal goal to go bigger and better every year. This year I wanted to do something slightly spooky but in more of a fun way. So I came up with a Halloween Monster Face printable that is perfect for your front door and windows. This printable is free to download and is very easy to assemble.  Be sure to take pictures of your frightfully fantastic door decor and tag us in it @lovelyhomeparty!

Happy Haunting!!

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To create the monster face you will need to print off, 1 left green eye brow, 1 right green eye brow, 1 left monster eye, 1 right monster eye, 1 monster nose, and 2-3 copies of monster teeth, depending on how may you would like. To learn how to string the teeth together check out this post.

To create the monster eyes in the windows just print of 2 copies of “left monster eye” and two copies of “right monster eye.” Or you can mix it up, its really up to you.

Fun Father’s Day Pennant Banner DIY


Father’s Day is this Sunday and we created a fun pennant banner to celebrate! This fun diy project will have you ready to celebrate Dad’s big day in no time! Before you start, be sure to download our #1 DAD pennant banner below. Each PDF contains a # sign, the number 1, and the letters A and D.

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After printing the PDF files, cut out the pennant flags and punch a hole on each side using a hole punch.

Next you will use either string, yarn, or ribbon to attach each flag to the banner. There is a technique to looping the flags on your string so that it remains hidden and your letters appear in the correct order.


First, when adding your pennant flags to the banner, always start with the last word or symbol n your message. For instance, I started with the letter D in the #1 DAD banner.

Second, to make it so your string runs behind your banner and not in front; start your string on the second punched hole on the pennant flag,and push it behind the flag to the the first hole.

Once you have strung all your letters tie a knot at each end of the banner and find a place to hang it.  Dad’s gonna love it!



Summer Patriotic Printables Are Here!


Celebrate the stars and stripes with these free patriotic printables just in time for summer! The three printables can be used individually or layered.  Just click the PDF links below!


home of the brave 6×9



land of the free 6×9



red and blue stripes 8 x 10