These printable props will be the best ice breaker for your next party or event! They also possess a small amount of magical power- when one of these props is placed in the hands of a child, it will instantly cause said child to beg to have their picture taken! *
* results are not typical, and you should not assume this will work.
All joking aside... they ARE fun to play with... whether you are young or just young at heart! :) Setting up a makeshift photo booth is easy peasy, but really isnt necessary!
Ideas for the printable props:
You can use these props in your next party, as favors... or anything else that strikes your fancy!
Included in this set:
- 1 pdf file, containing 10 pages for easy printing. Two of the pages, are instructions and will not need to be printed. Just make sure you have adobe reader installed, and ink for your printer! :) No need to even open photoshop! However, Each page is also included in 8x10 format @300 dpi for easy enlargements.
- Each page is also included in a hi-res JPEG file, so you can print individual pages directly from photoshop, or for possible re-sizing/enlarging.
-Because these are faces, you may want them to be a little larger/smaller then what I have done. To do this you can open a new document (8x10 or 11x14) and bring the selected face (by cutting cropping etc) into the new document. Drag it to re-size to the desired size. :)
(If your printer crops the images play around with the scaling option from the printer dialogue window. If it is selected un-select, and if it isnt selected, select it! :)
How will I receive my files?
After purchasing you will be automatically e-mailed a time sensitive download link. You will need adobe reader installed on your computer if you would like to print from the pdf.
Photographers may use the props when shooting weddings, parties, or other events. Otherwise, these are strictly for personal use only. Questions? Feel free to e-mail me: email@example.com
Copyright 2012 VOL25 Digital Eye Candy
More questions? Please send me an e-mail: contact (@) vol25 (dot) com
Thank you to:
for testing the set for me, and for contributing a few images!