Mod Podge Photo Booth Props
I volunteered to make some photo booth props for my 20 year high school reunion coming up. Yes… TWENTY years! Where does the time go??? Anyway, I have several ideas including these fun and simple Mod Podge Photo Booth Props that I made with some wooden props I found at Michael’s Craft Store.
- Wooden props
- Scrapbook paper
- Cutting mat
- Craft knife
- Mod Podge
- Paint brush
These wooden photo booth props at Michael’s are so cool and inexpensive! There’s a decent variety to choose from as well.
I began by tracing each prop. I chose some fun pattered blue scrapbook paper for our school colors, blue and white. Who says a mustache has to be black???
I cut them out with scissors. I did some difficult areas with a cutting mat and a craft knife. Personally, it was easier for me to just use scissors. When cutting the paper, cut towards the inside of the line.
Once they are all cut out, apply Mod Podge to the wooden area, and place your cut out on top. Take the time to rub over the entire area to avoid and bubbles. Next, apply another layer of Mod Podge on top and allow them to dry.
I raided the clearance bin and found some blue craft flowers, so I embellished the bows a little.
Here they are!
I have a few other ideas for photo booth props I will share at a later date. Let’s just say, I raided the dollar store too!
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