This is not a magazine cover. My brilliant creative nephew put together this photo booth DIY. He used a few bales of hay, and borrowed the saddle, milk can, table cloth under the saddle, rooster, and star. He made the flags, and hobby horse. It was a big hit!
He made the hobby horse from mostly found materials. Added a few hay bales, borrowed items such as the rooster, saddle, star, and milk can. Used the Pioneer Woman table cloth under the saddle, and wallah! A cool Party Photo Booth for any occassion.
with a pallet, rope, and a little fabric
We made the white garland (photo below) from old sheets. Check out several types of decorations at Country Party Decorations
Red Neck Red Carpet Photo Booth
This picture was taken back in 2013 at a country party. Me on the right, brother in the middle and sister Bren on the left. My sister Bren and her husband Arron came up with this great idea for a "Redneck Red Carpet". it was a real popular spot during the whole party.
Make Party Sign
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Hello. My name is Pam. Welcome to theDIYeffect.com, previously known as RetroSewing.net. Thank you for visiting. We're updating the design and content, so things are changing, but it will be worth it when done.
Much has happened since I started this website in 2009. A big move to the country, lots of remodeling, gardening, experimenting with recipes, party planning and parties are just some of the activities keeping our family busy. Living in the country is full of new, exciting things to do and discover. I love the fresh air, wild life, and beautiful country views, not to mention new experiences, like watching my husband learn to drive a tractor.
Our life is full of DIY's, and that's how theDIYeffect.com was born. Retrosewing will always be a part of theDiyeffect.com, and retro sewing projects will continue, but this change of name (RetroSewing to theDIYeffect.com) will accommodate all our DIY activities, including "Home Improvements", "Recipes", "Gluten-Free Recipes", "Growing a Square Foot Garden", "Party Planning Ideas", and of course "Sewing". I'll soon be posting the adorable "1950's Playsuit" with romper and skirt, as well as many other DIY's. Hope you'll join us.
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