Halloween Costume Photo Booth
Catherine Romano blogs about crafty projects for kids and parents
This Halloween, we are planning a party. In addition to the usual spooky-themed loot bags and creepy looking desserts, I wanted to come up with a fun activity for parents and kids. Since we love to play dress-up (and I love to take pictures), I came up with a costume booth idea.
The plan is to set up a designated area in my living room with costume pieces, a camera, and a photo printer. Since the party isn’t happening until the weekend, I asked my little boy and husband to play the part of party goers for this post.
Surprisingly, my little boy easily took on the role of a devil.
1. Set up the costume booth area.
2. Try on a few costumes.
3. Start snapping photos.
4. Print out the best photo, and voila, a special way to remember Halloween.
P.S. Friends, this is my final Make It! post as I am moving on to new projects. Thanks so much for reading and hope you were inspired to create art with your family. If you are feeling ambitious, here are a few of my most favourite posts:
Catherine Romano moved back to Toronto from New York City. Since making a few of her dreams come true in the Big Apple, completing graduate school and working in arts management at New York City Ballet, she decided to be a stay-at-home mom to her young son. Now, back in Toronto, she embarks on an exciting adventure with her new love and lively 3-year-old son. For more art, design and culture for kids and parents, check out Catherine’s blog, sweet spectacle and follow her on Twitter @catromano