Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

As soon as this one started taking shape, Mr. Lovely said it looked like a 1980’s video game. And I couldn’t really disagree. But I’m deciding that I like it. Perfect for an 80’s-themed party? Or a high school reunion? You could even leave pens by the photobooth and let people write notes on the Post-its! However you want to rock it, here’s what you’ll need.

Materials

  • Post-its (I used this six pack and it was enough for a 5′ x 4′ area)
  • level
  • blank wall

Make Time: 2 hours

Start by getting one even row of Post-its. Use a level for each Post-it, ensuring that it each one is straight and aligned directly next to the neighboring Post-it.

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

Once you have a straight and level row, use it as a guide to add rows above and beneath, until you are satisfied with the size of your backdrop.

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

Done! The technique for this one is beyond easy, but because there are so many pieces it’s a little more time-consuming than some of our other backdrops. And I’m not really sure why, but I feel like this one goes really well with some big ol’ headphones. xoxo

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

Photobooth Factory // Post-It Pixels

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