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NYC Party Printables By NYC Party Printables

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Edit Your Own, DIY Photo Booth Props. Add text, Nicknames, Funny sayings, anything you want to your photo booth props and use as many times as you want and for any occasion.

Edit 8 different shaped props to make your own unique to you and your guests as they will enjoy these props, use your favorite nicknames and inside jokes to personalize the photo booth at your next party.

8 Letter sized page of Props. Cut and use these for endless fun at your photo booth. These have to be edited on a computer using the Free Adobe Reader Version.


1. Download the files to your computer.
2. If you do not have Adobe Reader downloaded to your computer, find it free here.
Mac users will need to install Adobe Reader and not use Preview.
3. Open your files, ★ To edit your text, please use shortcut Ctrl + E on your keyboard. ★
4. Save and Print.


1. After you have print the photo props onto white card stock
3. Cut out the prop shapes using your cutting tools, scissors, or exacto knife
4. Position the stick of your choice on the back of the cut-out near to the middle or edge (depending on the design), and secure with hot glue or other strong adhesive.
5. Allow to dry


1. 8 letter sized pages (8.5 x 11 in) of Printable Word Bubble props.

★ This listing is for a DIGITAL INSTANT DOWNLOAD FILE only. No physical items will be shipped ★

The files will be available for download a few minutes after your purchase is complete. Go to "You" at the top right of your Etsy page. Select "Purchases and Reviews" and scroll down to your purchase. Click the blue "Download" button in the right column and save the file to your computer.


• Color Printer
• Hot Glue, tape, strong adhesive
• Scissors or exacto knife
• 8.5" x 11" White Card Stock
• Wooden dowels, paper straws, or bamboo skewers for a way of holding props

► Dollar stores and supermarkets sell skewers relatively inexpensively, or check out your local craft stores for wooden dowels or even paper straws