Every parent says the same – “the time goes too quickly”, “they grow up too fast”, “I wish we’d taken more photos…”. Well, with just a couple of weeks left of the summer break, why don’t you arm your children with some printable photo props, grab your camera and find a suitable location to make some silly late summer fun memories that you can preserve alongside holiday pictures in your family scrapbook…?
Written for people deciding between a DIY or rental photo booth for their wedding, party or event, Hip Hip Horray’s post gives lots of ideas for various backdrops for your modelling session (love the picture frames hanging from a tree!) as well as providing a moustache and lips props free printable.
Oh Happy Day’s props are designed so you can “cut loose and get silly” and include a top hat, Batman mask, bunny ears and “that” hat from Kate and Will’s wedding and they’ve even involved the family pet in their photoshoot!
Combining a celebratory title, a love of photography and the spirit of the season is Kristen Duke on Capturing Joy’s Summer Photo Booth Props (Free Printables) where you can find a photo booth sign, snorkel mask and ice cream cone.
Our last printables post Searching time and space for Doctor Who printables included a link to printable bow ties and 3D glasses but for 12 Pages of Free Printable Photobooth Props supplied in both outline and full colour click on Kensie Kate’s blog and find a range of moustaches, glasses, ties, hats, crowns, beards, lips and a necklace. And, in case your models demand even more choice, Kensie Kate also provides even More Photobooth Props including Mickey Mouse ears.
There’s more moustaches available via Stacey W Porter’s Free Printable Moustache Brigade in honour of Movemeber!, yet more at Creative Juice’s Free Printable Photobooth Props which also feature a range of glasses, Red Ted Art’s New Year’s Eve Photo Props includes party hats, The Alison Show includes a pony party hat and blank party hat template, Liz Gray provides some particularly stylish printables wtith a vintage touch at Free Printable 1920s Accessories for Your Great Gatsby Party and flowers, popcorn, cake, scarves and some fabulous word art speech and thought bubbles are all covered by Accent the Party.
Still not enough to choose from? Bespoke Bride has a round-up of 10 FREE Photo Booth Prop Printables! and Imgaracde includes a gallery devoted to the subject.
Once your children are bored of decorating their own faces and posing for their close-ups, why not extend the activity by letting them design some crazy faces too? In her post Crazy Faces Loose Parts Play! Kate at PickleBums provides a printable of facial features as well as suggesting collecting family photos or images from magazines to emulate the fun she and her four-year-old son Noah had creating strange faces together.
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