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Photo-booth Props – Silhouette Cut file

Hey there! Hope you have been enjoying the lovely hot weather, though I am glad it has cooled down a little bit now. I have a quick post today all about how to create your own fun photo-booth props with minimal supplies! And to make it ever easier for you, I have included the Silhouette Cut file at the end of the post for you to download and enjoy. So lets get started!

Materials required:

  • Coloured card stock of your choosing. I stuck with a classic black theme.
  • Wooden sticks – BBQ skewers work well for this as a cheap tool.
  • Silhouette Cameo and Mat
  • Adhesive tape or liquid adhesive. 
  • Tonic nuvo drops or other embellishments to decorate.

Photo-Booth Props project details:

Once you have downloaded the free cut file, you can quickly cut these shapes out in your coloured cardstock with your Silhouette Cameo.  If you have quite a lightweight cardstock, you can cut out each shape twice and then adhere one on top of the other to give more strength. I have included two of each shape in the cut file in case you need to do this, to save you time!

Before you adhere the prop together, now is a good time to an any embellishments. I used  tonic nuvo drops (white and silver) to add decoration to the female glasses and definition to the bow. Sequins, enamel dots and glitter are great for decorating!

Once all the embellishments are adhered and dry, use the adhesive tape to secure the shape to the BBQ skewer. Make sure all the tape is hidden from the front as you don’t want this spoiling your pictures!

You can change these up with different colours and embellishments. The bow could act as a hair bow or a bow tie, let you imagination decide. This project is so quick to make, you can multitask and make another project at the same time!

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Photo-Booth Props Free Download:

Click on the file below for the free Silhouette Studio file for the Photo-Booth Props Cut file. 

*Please note this file is for personal use only. If you would like to share this file, please share the link to this blog post and not the file itself or the link to Onedrive. Please also credit Pretty Little Button.

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About Me

Hi, I am Verity and I live in the UK.  I love to create beautiful projects whenever I can. My main passion lies with Papercrafting, however, I will always turn my hand to a new project or craft any chance I get.

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