- DIY party photo booth with Canon Creative Park
Here is an easy way to add some extra fun to your next party or gathering. All you need is a Canon printer to print off your favourite props. It’s the most fun you’ll ever have — and with a Selphy printer you can print your photos straight from your phone, after you’ve shot them with a simple DIY backdrop. For this shoot we used some large pieces of coloured pale pink paper from a news agency. We taped them to the wall and then simply added a bench in front for an instant and easy photo booth at home.
This idea is perfect for all kids’ parties. Both kids and big kids can create lasting memories and it’s a fun activity. Thanks to Canon’s Creative park — a great resource I just discovered with endless (FREE) download of all kinds of portables and projects — it’s easy to get carried away. We printed some fun props to make the photo booth even more fun.
Here are my tips for your DIY home photo booth for your next party:
Styling and words by Jason Grant
Photography by Jacqui Turk
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