DIY Photo Booth Props

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DIY Photo Props are perfect for New Year's Eve Parties and Weddings

DIY Photo booth props seem to be a huge trend right now for everything from weddings, birthday parties and even holiday parties.  If you are attending or hosting a New Year’s Eve party be sure to have some fun props that will certainly make for some funny photos to remember for years to come!

DIY Photo Props are perfect for New Year's Eve Parties and Weddings

Supplies:
Cardstock
Hot glue
Printables
Popcicle sticks or other cake pop style sticks
Scissors

Step 1:
A quick google search for photo booth props will return several free downloads. Try http://ohhappyday.com/2011/10/photobooth-props-set-3-free-printable/

Step 2:
Print download on cardstock so the props will be sturdy enough to hold up

Step 3:
Carefully cut out each piece

Step 4:
Hot glue each piece to a stick and let dry

Step 5:
Make sure your camera is charged and ready to go for some funny pictures!

Visit our Party Planning and DIY Ideas Pinterest Board for more ideas.

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