Jan 15

‘Sweet Lips’ Printable Photo Props

by Amy Moss

Valentine’s Day is less than a month away and these sprinkles-covered ‘sweet lips’ would make a super-cute photo prop for any Valentine themed event… or any party with a photobooth for that matter!

Alternatively, these lips also make great gift tags or even mini notecards that can be hidden away for your loved ones to find on Valentine’s Day- perhaps on their pillow or tucked inside their laptop, etc. Can you think of any other uses for them?

To create your photo props, all you need to do is download the PDF at the bottom of this post, print out onto glossy photo paper (I’ve used Canon 275gsm Photo Paper Plus Glossy II), cut out the lips with scissors and attach lollipop sticks (can be found in baking and craft shops) onto the back of each of them with tape. Voila!

Have a fun and happy Heart Day everyone! :)

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Dec 16

Holiday Photobooth Props + Free Printable

I had several requests for a set of holiday photobooth props. So I asked Lauren Stiebler whipped up this cute set. All you need to do is print them, glue them to foam core, cut them out with an exacto knife, and add a stick! It’s really easy! To download just right click on the download button below or download them right here. You can find all my photobooth props right here and full instructions on how to make them on this post.

Thanks to Lauren Stiebler for the illustrations, Vivian Lee for assisting, and MegCaroline + Anne + Lindsey for letting me take their picture!

Oct 25

Photobooth Props Set #3 Free Printable

This post is sponsored by 1 800 Specs. 1 800 Specs is a great new company where you can buy prescription glasses for $20! Really! It’s fast and easy and they’ll ship them right to your door. See all their styles right here.

Here is another edition in my series of photobooth props. This time we have a whole set of glasses! These are perfect when you need something fun for a party. All you need to do is print them, glue them to foam core, cut them out with an exacto knife, and add a stick! It’s really easy! To download just right click on the download button below. You can find all my photobooth props right here and full instructions on this post.

Thanks to Lauren Stiebler for the illustrations, Vivian Lee for assisting, and Meg + Caroline for letting me take their picture! And a special thanks to 1 800 Specs for sponsoring the post!

Jun 23

Photobooth Props Set #2 Free Printable

There was such a good response to the first set of photobooth props that I asked  Alexis and Lauren to help me put together a new one. It’s so easy to do. All you have to do is print out the download, glue it to foam core, and add a stick! You’ve got an instant party!  All the detailed instructions are right here on the other post. Just click on the button below to download. Easy peasy.

Thanks to Aubrey Trinnaman for the photos and to Alexis Birkmeyer for helping me pull everything together. A special thanks to Lauren Stiebler for the illustrations and to Rebecca Wright for pulling all the models together.

All photos by Aubrey Trinnaman for Oh Happy Day

May 11

Photobooth Props DIY and Free Printable

This post is part of a campaign I’m doing with Shutterfly on How to Make a Great Photobooth. Over the next few weeks I’ll be giving DIY tips on how to make them. Every good party needs a photobooth! The best photobooths have props so your guests can cut loose and get silly. If you’ve moved on from just moustaches (so 2009!) here is a DIY to make a whole slew of 15 photobooth props (can you spy the hat from Kate and Will’s wedding?-very 2011!) The best part? There is a free downloadable pdf so all you need to do is print and your guests will be saying “cheese” in no time! You can find the directions and free download below!






Materials:
8.5×11 paper and 11×17 inch paper if you want to make the bigger pieces.
Dowels
Foam core
Spray Mount
Exacto Knife
Tape

Step One: Click on the free printable button (at the bottom of this post) and print out pictures of the props.

Step Two: Using the spray mount adhere the paper to the foam core.

Step Three: Using a sharp exacto knife cut out the shapes of the props.

Step Four: Tape the dowel to the backside of the prop. Voila! You’ve got your very own set of photobooth props!

Click on the button below to download the free printables.

Thanks to Aubrey Trinnaman for the photos and to Alexis Birkmeyer for helping me pull everything together. A special thanks to Lauren Stiebler for the illustrations.

All photos by Aubrey Trinnaman for Oh Happy Day

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