My friend Kayley recently celebrated her Grandma’s 80th birthday. When she sent me an adorable photobooth frame idea that she found on Pinterest I was instantly excited to make one for her! It’s really a very simple DIY to put together and it would also be perfect for a bridal shower, baby shower or wedding. Grab these simple supplies and put one together for your next soiree!
- Frame – I bought a piece of art at a thrift store
- Glue – I used Goop but any thick glue would work
- Spray Paint – i used matte white
Use screwdriver to lift the tabs on the back of the frame and remove picture and glass. Use the screwdriver to pull out the metal tabs from inside the frame. You should now have a plain wood frame.
In a well ventilated area or better yet, outside, spray the frame with 2-3 coats of white paint. Following application instructions and drying times on the can.
Pull the flower blossoms from their stems and then cut off the piece of stem on the bottom so they will sit flat on the frame.
Arrange the flowers on the frame until you are happy with the arrangement and start gluing. (I added a cardboard strip to one corner so I could make the flowers thicker in that area.)
Make sure all of the flowers are straight and then let dry overnight. (I had to prop a few up with books.)
Add greenery and allow to dry overnight again.
Bust out your camera and take some fun and fabulous shots!
Photobooths are a fun way to capture the mood at any event. I find people let loose and have more fun when they’re handed a prop.
If you enjoyed this photobooth prop DIY, don’t forget to pin it for later!
Thanks for reading,