Whether you're a regular reader here at BSB， or if you've found your way here via？Something Turquoise， I just wanted to say？welcome!
Last month I headed west for a mixture of work and play and I had the pleasure of meeting up with my sweet and talented friend Jen？who runs the fabulous DIY wedding blog， Something Turquoise. Jen and I share a similar love for craftsmonogram pillow cases， DIY projects， weddings， and of course the color turquoise， so needless to say， we've become great friends.pillowcase baby
Jen and I？love collaborating on DIY projects， and today we're sharing a super simple and awesome one on both our sites： How to easily make your own photo booth stick props!？I？designed two sets of？files that you can download completely for FREE to use to make photobooth stick props! One set allows you to？print and cut them out yourself， and the other is made for you to？upload and cut them out using a？Cricut Explore？if you've got one! (If you don't， just head over to Something Turquoise and watch it in action in this tutorial. It's super amazing!!)
The graphic below？shows you all of the shapes that are included in our files， both printable and SVG format! So cute， right？
Once you've got your printed / cut out pieces， all you do is glue some？lollipop sticks？on the back and voila! Perfect photobooth props!
Jen and I had entirely too？much fun making these？as evidenced by our impromptu photo booth party？below…；
SO FUN!! (PS —； how fab is the backdrop？ That gold sequin backdrop？is actually just a tablecloth from Koyal Wholesale. Awesome， right？!!)
We hope you love these props and have just as much fun enjoying them for your wedding or event photobooth!
Download the files below：
Cricut Template Files？
Be sure to visit Jen over at Something Turquoise to check out the full tutorial for both options!
DIY tutorial： Jen？of？Something Turquoise
FREE downloads and prop design files： Jessica of The Budget Savvy Bride
All design files are copyright of The Budget Savvy Bride. They are intended for personal use only and cannot be sold or used to make a profit of any kind.
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