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Any party is better with props. Liven up your end-of-year celebration by staging a class photo booth, where kids pose with the prop of their choice. Plus, making the props is as easy as 1-2-3! Simply print out our templates and follow the directions below.
Tip: For extra fun in the sun, you could even draw a summery backdrop on chart paper!
What You Need
Heavy printer paper
Markers, crayons, or colored pencils
Scotch or masking tape
What to Do
1 | Print out our Summer Props template on heavy printer paper, then color them in using markers or crayons.
2 | Cut out the props, and use tape to attach wooden dowels to the back of each one.
3 | Set up the props at your photo booth station, and let the fun begin!
Photo: Adam Chinitz; Craft Stylist: Morgan Levine
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