DIY Photo Booth Prop Valentines: Sending You a Kiss

I’m not quite sure where January went, but I’ve definitely been in full force Valentine’s Day mode. A few weeks ago I threw a Batman birthday party for my son and we had a bunch of fun photo booth props. This got me thinking that it would be so fun to make Valentine’s Day photo booth props to hand out. I grabbed a few supplies I had around – washi tape, card stock, and a straw – and I got to work. The thing I think are especially great about these is that you could make a whole bunch of different ones. You can use all the same supplies to make mustache valentines or even fun shapes like hearts and stars.

Learn how to make your own DIY Photo Booth Prop Valentines: Sending You a Kiss here…

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    Sending You a Kiss

    Learn how to make your DIY Photo Booth Prop Valentines here...

  • Step 1: Washi Tape and Cardstock 2 of 7
    Stick Lips

    First, you will need washi tape and a piece of cardstock. 

  • Step 2: Covering the Paper 3 of 7
    Stick Lips 1

    Next, cover a portion of the card stock with washi tape. 

  • Step 3: Making the Lips 4 of 7
    Stick Lips 2

    Trace the outline of lips onto the paper and tape. 

  • Step 4: Cut Out the Lips 5 of 7
    stick lips 3

    Cut out the lips and make any adjustments if needed. 

  • Step 5: Tape Together 6 of 7
    Stick Lips 4

    Tape a straw or skewer onto the back of the lips. This is so you can hold it up like a photo booth prop. 

  • Smile! 7 of 7
    Stick Lips 6

    Tie them with a bow and a tag that says, "Sending You a Kiss." 

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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