AUTOPLAY
Make An Easy Photo Booth Backdrop
8 steps
Hello!
What you’ll need
2
Queen Flat Sheet (Adjust Size Based On Your Frame)
Tape Measure
Iron (optional)
1
Photo Booth Frame
Fasteners (Safety Or Bobby Pins, Clips Etc.)
Scissors
Pencil
Measure about 3.5” in, on the L & R back side of your sheet seam pocket, mark with a line
1. Measure about 3.5” in, on the L & R back side of your sheet seam pocket, mark with a line
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Cut the line on L & R, careful to only cut one side of pocket (don’t cut through to the other side)
2. Cut the line on L & R, careful to only cut one side of pocket (don’t cut through to the other side)
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Thread your sheet seam with the top bar of your photo booth frame
3. Thread your sheet seam with the top bar of your photo booth frame
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Once the top bar comes out the other end, re-secure it to your frame (do better than I did)
4. Once the top bar comes out the other end, re-secure it to your frame (do better than I did)
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If using two sheets, hide the frame by fastening the two together (in the back)
5. If using two sheets, hide the frame by fastening the two together (in the back)
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Hide the outer ends of the frame by fastening the fabric around the pipe to more fabric
6. Hide the outer ends of the frame by fastening the fabric around the pipe to more fabric
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Tip: Fabric should pool on floor- adjust sheet size (queen: 108”) based on frame height (ours: 91”)
7. Tip: Fabric should pool on floor- adjust sheet size (queen: 108”) based on frame height (ours: 91”)
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Optional: if your sheet is too wrinkly, you can iron or steam it and reattach to the frame
8. Optional: if your sheet is too wrinkly, you can iron or steam it and reattach to the frame
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Thanks!