This easy photo booth backdrop was a last-minute, fit-it-in-if-there’s-time-to-prepare-it activity that we did for my daughter’s birthday party.
I made this for her friend party. It ended up being a fun addition and I’m glad we included it. I think it will be fun to look back at the pictures of her and her friends in a few years. Did I say it was easy?
I had each of the kids stand in front of the rainbow photo booth backdrop made out of plastic tablecloths. We used an 11×14 open picture frame I had laying around as a prop.
My baby girl didn’t quite “get it” with the frame, but I thought her concept was cute. Can you tell she’s saying “Cheeeeeeeese”?
My adorable blue-eyed nephew did the “head through the frame” technique and my sweet niece pulled a silly face.
My son is a total goof ball. I had each of the kids do a smiley face and a silly face.
Since the theme was a rainbow art birthday party, I picked up the six different rainbow colors plastic tablecloths from the dollar store. I folded one side of the tablecloth back and forth into approximately two inch folds. I used a needle and string and threaded the string through the center of the folds.
Once I had all six colors folded and strung, I hung the backdrop from a couple of nails
After the strings were secured to the nails, I spread the tablecloths out to cover the wall. Pretty easy, right?
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