A photo booth picture frame is a great way to get people involved in your photo booth at a party. I have complete instructions for making this neutral frame, and it can be decorated for each new occasion. This is the second time that my wife has decorated this same frame, and it was a hit at the bridal shower.
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Photo Booth Picture Frame
This easy to make photo prop frame is built from inexpensive Pine from a hardware store. You can look through the boards and select one that has more or less knots depending on the look you are going for.
If you decide to paint the frame each time you decorate it, the knots do not matter. If you follow my instructions for filling defects, the knots will be so smooth that you wont even be able to tell they are there after the paint.
On the last two occasions, my wife decided not to paint the frame, because the natural look of the wood went well with the themes of the two parties. One was Hawaiian, and this last one was a fall theme.
She used dark lettering that she cut out on her Silhouette Cameo from adhesive backed vinyl. This allowed her to make custom letter stickers that she just applied to the frame. After that the flowers were added, and it made a great looking photo booth picture frame.
If you follow my instructions, the frame will come out very nicely. I show you how to glue the frame together, as well as use a Kreg jig to secure the pieces. This provides a double layer of security that holds the piece together really well. Finally, finish the frame by either painting it, or using a clear coat.
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