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We are in full party prep mode here. I have been working on some things for a few weeks, but I am just getting them to the point where I can blog them. I can’t wait to show you the bunting for this party; I think it’s adorable.

Ninjago backdrop HPGMost of this photo booth is made possible thanks to the generosity of other bloggers providing or linking to free printables. I found the backdrop at Craft Interrupted along with a couple of the props: Sensei Wu’s beard and the word bubbles. The weapons can be found here. I printed the backdrop at 4×4, trimmed the margins and taped it all together. It will hang on a gray wall during the party. I will try to take photos of all of the kids and email those as another Thank You/favor to the guests.

Ninjago Photo Booth propsFor everything I printed, I simply printed on regular printer paper, cut out, taped (double sided tape) to card stock, and cut again. I printed the weapons enlarged (I believe at 300%, but looking below you can see they could be larger. The sticks on the beard and word bubbles are bamboo that was taped to the back. This was all super easy. In fact, if you look closely, you can tell that my son helped tape the weapons. The Serpentine glasses are just $1 sunglasses with hand-cut spirals glued to the lenses.

Ninjago photo booth HPGI am also making each child a personalized ninja head band to wear during the party and take home, but that is for another post.

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