Halloween Photo Booth Props [Printables]

by |October 8, 2021
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Halloween Photo Booth Props

Say cheese, because we're back with another fun and free printable for you: Halloween photo booth props! Now you can turn any party into a Halloween party—or add a twist to your regular ol' Halloween photos. Dressed as the Hulk? Add Frankenstein's forehead to make the Frankenhulk. It's genius! Consider setting up a photo station at your next Halloween party, birthday party, office/work party, or even just a place at home for social media photography or kids' playtime!

Not sure where to start? Simply print these photo booth props, cut them out, and tape them to a wooden dowel or skewer. It may help to print them on cardstock or glue them to poster board. Some props can even be taped directly to your face or costume—or string elastic through them to make mask masks! Then place the props near a neutral backdrop for everyone to use. A blank wall will do, or cover up your existing wall art with large pieces of paper. (You can find large paper rolls at craft stores, shipping stores, or big-box retailers.)

Scroll down for some examples of the photo booth props, or click here to jump right to the printable PDFs!

 

Photo Booth Props #1

Photo Booth Props #1

Jason's hockey mask, a halo, Frankenstein's forehead, some mustaches, and a spider shoulder-sitter.

 

Photo Booth Props #2

Photo Booth Props #2

A "boo" sign, a witch's hat, some funny masks, and a mustache.

 

Photo Booth Props #3

Photo Booth Props #3

A pumpkin head, a "Happy Halloween" sign, a Batman mask, some glasses, and a mustache.

 

Photo Booth Props #4

Photo Booth Props #4

The Bride of Frankenstein's hairdo, a skull mask, some funny glasses, a mustache, and a ghost shoulder-sitter.

 

Halloween Photo Booth Prop Downloads

Halloween Photo Booth Prop Downloads #1

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Halloween Photo Booth Prop Downloads #2

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We hope you liked the props! If you used them at a party, let us know how it went in the comments! If you're looking for actual, physical props, we can help! Check out all of our costume accessories at HalloweenCostumes.com.

Wyatt Edwards
Wyatt Edwards

Wyatt Edwards is the Internet Wizard at HalloweenCostumes.com, where he is lead editor and writes about superheroes and pop culture. He has been interviewed about costume trends by numerous entertainment and news outlets.

His past costumes include a rocket surgeon, Wikipedia, Optimus Prime, and a picnic. Yes, a picnic. Wyatt also plays Dungeons & Dragons but doesn't put on fancy costumes for that. You can find him on Twitter @whatandwyatt.

Katelyn Schaaf
Katelyn Schaaf

Katelyn is the Junior Graphic Designer at FUN.com, where she dabbles in a little bit of everything from blog images and social media graphics, to media pages and pattern designs. Katelyn is always ready to tackle any project and is reliable to step in and help the rest of her team when they need it. 

Outside of the office Katelyn enjoys outdoor activities, working out and being creative in the kitchen! She will never turn down a chance to be outside. She loves pushing herself in the gym with some friendly (and very competitive) competition from her friends in the CrossFit community. Food is constantly on Katelyn's mind, she enjoys long walks at the grocery store finding new recipes to create. You can most likely find Katelyn distracted by a dog or really any animal of that sort.


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