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MYO Photo Booth: Action Shots/MYO Gotham Box City

Creating a photo booth at your kids parties is an inexpensive alternative to hiring a professional photographer and still getting fun pictures to remember and share with the guests.

Set up a backdrop in an area of your party that can be easily created by decorating white craft paper rolls or poster board with letters that spell out the theme of your party, example “Super Kai”

Create props from repurposing cardboard boxes and other household items (i.e. cartoon style buildings)

To make the Gotham Box City:

Assemble an assortment of rectangular unprinted cardboard boxes to resemble city buildings, you will need approximately 6 to 8 boxes.  If the boxes have printing on them just wrap each one in a different color wrapping paper

To make the windows there are two options:

You can either draw them on with a marker or cut them out carefully with a pair of scissors

or a knife.

* If you cut the windows out, you could also add lamp fixture to give it the affect that the lights are on inside of the building.
Assemble the boxes to in a maze formation so that the kids can run through them casually or as a relay race.

Boxes can be used to create a play castle for a princess theme, the OK Corral for a cowboy theme or any other structures you can dream up.  Creativity is in the imagination you apply to ordinary objects to make them extraordinary!

Using a Polaroid camera take photos posing in front of the backdrop.  Let them color the frame and take the photo home.  The frames can be made of the same foam sheets that were used to make the invitations.

For added fun, have costumes on hand for the kids to dress up in for their pictures (i.e. superhero masks and capes)

 

To download the Large Exclamation Bursts and Super Hero Alphabet, click here!


 

Sourcing supplies:

Polariod 300 Instant Camera – $85.00

Polariod Film – 10 pack 12.97

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MYO Clothes Line Photo Decorations

Using a long section of twine or yarn, make a clothespin picture line to display pictures of the birthday boy/girl.  Paint old (or new) clothespins in the color palate of your party then allow them to dry thoroughly.  Hang pictures of your baby, one for each of the 12 months with the clothespins on the twine over the food buffet or gift table where guests can see them.   You can also create fun tags to adhere to the clothespin with the ages of your child to show guests the stages of growth.  This can be done for someone at any age!

 

To make the small tags to adhere to the clothes pin, click here!

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