DIY Holiday Gift Box Backdrop

12/4/2012

I have an exciting announcement today! I’ve recently signed on as a DIY contributor for Whimseybox. You know, that awesome subscription service that delivers craft supplies right to your door! Oh yeah, get on that! My first project went live today and, you guessed it, it’s holiday themed! A DIY photo booth backdrop inspired by holiday gifts! This is so perfect for photo-taking at parties, for a statement behind a dessert table and even as a holiday card option. That’s what Jeff and I used it for (You’ll get to see those soon, too!). Hop on over to Whimseybox to check out the full tutorial!

DIY Holiday Present Photo Backdrop by Studio DIY

DIY Holiday Present Photo Backdrop by Studio DIY

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6 comments

  • Valerie (Pieceful Wedding)

    This is such a great idea! This would be absolutely amazing as a Christmas wedding backdrop!

  • Melissa

    So amazing!! And congrats on the new gig; a match made in heaven, I’d say!

  • Erica

    This is such a fun and festive idea for a backdrop. I think I’d even leave it up afterwards for decoration.

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