Make Fun Halloween Photobooth Props with your Cricut
It’s HALLOWEEN!! Add some last-minute spooky fun to your celebrations with these easy-to-make Halloween Photobooth props.
Halloween is probably going to look a little different this year to previous years. You may not be trick or treating this year, or meeting up with friends and family like you usually would.
However, what you MIGHT be doing is having a Zoom/Skype/Facebook Live video with your loved ones to celebrate Halloween ‘virtually’. If that’s the case, what better way to say “hello” than by making them laugh with these cute Halloween photobooth props?
This project was part of 2020's Halloween Craft Countdown.
There are seven different designs to choose from: pumpkin glasses, vampire coffin glasses, skull mask, giant lips, “Happy Halloween” speech bubble, “I want Candy!” speech bubble and “Trick or Treat?” speech bubble.
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How to make photobooth props with a Cricut
Watch this video to find out how to make these fun photobooth props with your Cricut machine.
How to assemble photobooth props for Halloween
Step 1) Cut the shapes
Load the free Halloween photobooth props SVG into Design Space and cut out all of the shapes.
Step 2) Glue the layers together
Some of the photobooth props have multiple layers, for example the lips and the speech bubbles.
Glue the layers together with a glue stick to assemble.
Step 3) Glue sticks onto the backs
Glue a long skewer/stick to the back of each prop.
I used wooden skewers that you use for cooking with.
Glue gun the pointy end of the skewer to the back of the photobooth prop and make sure the glue completely covers the wood to hide the sharp point to make it safer.
There you have it – the final post in the 2020 Halloween Craft Countdown.
I hope that you have enjoyed the 31 craft projects that were released this month. I certainly enjoyed making them!