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We are wrapping up our roaring 20s party decorations for New Year’s Eve with some frosted paper disco balls, photo booth props, and a Happy New Year banner. Along with your party hats, this is everything you need to have a rip-roaring good time!
You will find all of the downloads you need below in either a printable PDF to cut by hand or an SVG file to use with your cutting machine. There’s also a photo tutorial to help you craft the frosted paper disco balls.
Capture Good Times
These roaring 20s party decorations are such a great way to celebrate the new year. They also make a perfect backdrop for taking photos! Of course we couldn’t resist designing some photo booth props to help you capture some extra fun memories.
To set the scene, we chose paper lanterns in thee different sizes and then transformed them into frosted paper disco balls. Our template below will tell you exactly how many pieces to cut depending on the size of the lantern. Once you’ve glued all your paper pieces onto the lantern, just string it up from the ceiling with some ribbon. Easy peasy!
After hanging your disco balls and banner, simply cut out your photo booth props. Depending on the size of your party, you may want to make multiples. Our template below includes the props pictured below along with a gorgeous flapper-style headband. You can also make the crown to use as a photo booth prop.
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Materials for Photo Booth Props
- 12×12 Glitter Cardstock – Gold and Ebony
- Frosted Cardstock – Punch
- Matte Cardstock – Black
- Bamboo Skewers
Materials for Disco Balls
- FAV Shimmer Pure Gold
- FAV Shimmer Hinted Gold
- Shine Light Gold
- Paper Lanterns – 8-inch, 10-inch, and 12-inch
- Gold Ribbon
Banner: Print on white cardstock, cut, hole punch corners, and string ribbon.
Photo Booth props: Cut and glue to bamboo skewers.
Disco Balls: Cut paper according to template notes using scissors or a cutting machine. Then start gluing your paper pieces around the bottom of the lantern. Layer paper pieces around the lantern and overlap paper pieces as you glue, being sure that the lantern is covered. When you get to the top of the lantern, leave an opening to tie a string around the hook for hanging.
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.