Every year on Christmas Eve, my family gets together with two others to celebrate. This always ends up being a big party filled with food, booze, friends, laughter, photos and more booze. Every year about half-way through we gather around a makeshift tripod (usually a ladder with some books on it) we take a group photo. This year, in an attempt to spice things up and to ride the end of the photo booth trend into the sunset, I have decided to set up a makeshift photo booth at the party. This way, families and different groups can gather together and take some non-traditional photos together. For a backdrop, I’m simply going to hang a roll of wrapping paper from the ceiling. Because I couldn’t resist making something homemade for this, I decided to make sets of Santa and Rudolph props.
For this you will need colored foam (found at any craft store), wooden dowels, scissors and foam glue. The templates can be found below, if you print these on 8.5 x 11 paper, they should work for adult sized props (you can also shrink them for kids). You’ll see in the image below, I used an extra dowel to make sure the antlers didn’t fall over.
I hope that everyone has a blast with these and I can’t wait to share the pictures with you. If you make these, please upload to pinterest and tag us. I’d love to see your family fun!