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Free Printable New Year’s Eve Photo Booth Props (2024)


These free printable New Year’s Eve Photo Booth Props are a great way to make memories as you ring in the New Year with friends and family! Whether you’re having a party or just enjoying some family time, these photo booth printable props are a fun activity and are sure to induce giggles. Updated for 2024!

A small bowl holding printable photo booth props for New Year's Eve with craft supplies on a table.
You’ll love these printable props for New Year’s Eve.

New Year’s Eve Photo Booth Props

These free printable photo booth props for New Year’s Eve are easy to put together and are a great way to personalize party photos. 

We like to stay in and make dinner on New Year’s Eve. And while we love spending time together, sometimes laying around on the couch means you might very well fall asleep before midnight.

So even if we’re not having a full on New Year’s Eve party, we still like to serve yummy things and do fun activities.

A party isn’t a party unless there are photos, right? While it might just be a party of your immediate family this year, setting up a small photo booth area is always fun.

Related: Christmas Movie Drinking Game Printable

A photo booth encourages silliness. And it’s a fun way to have visual memories to remember the night by.

Aside from doing our New Year’s Eve Countdown Bags, I always look for ways to keep the kids engaged so they can stay up all night. 

These props can not only be fun to take photos with, but you can make it an activity to keep them engaged too. It’s a simple tutorial to follow and you can get as creative as you want with these New Year’s photo booth props.

Photo booth props should be fun and let the people using them have tons of fun while taking pictures.


Craft supplies on a table with bambo sticks for making photo props.

There is no need to go out and buy specific items to jazz these up. Chances are, you’ve got a bunch of things that you can use already at home. Here are the items you need and some that would be fun.

You can buy all these supplies online or just take one quick trip to Michael’s and find it all.

How to Make New Year’s Photo Booth Props

Close up of craft supplies on a table.

Step 1

Print out the New Year’s Eve photo booth props that you prefer. Cut out the shapes from the printables.

Step 2

Have the kids decorate them as they like.

Step 3

Use tape to attach a stick to the back.

So easy. When they are completed, you can stick them in a tall vase full of rice or sugar or just lay them on a small table near the photo booth area.

Printed out paper photo booth props that say "2017" with sticks attached.

Yup. This post is from several years ago. I know it’s not 2017. I’ve updated the numbers to represent 2024.  

And every year I get confused about what numbers our photo booth props should show. So for this year, 2023, the numbers should be 2024 because we are celebrating the coming year.

Kid holding a mouth and hat photo booth prop up to his face.

How funny is this mouth!? We added an easy yarn tassel to the fez and a little bit of glitter to the mouth.

But even without the customization, these DIY printable photo booth props are super fun.

Kid holding a mouth and hat photo booth prop in front of his face.

Dude. I just used letter stickers to make this hat look like one he would actually wear. 

Close up of printable photo booth props on a table.

If you are looking for an easy to way to dress up your wall so that the photos come out even cuter, this vintage ornament decoration would be simple to recreate as a backdrop.

Two kids holding up funny mouth photo booth props in front of their faces.

The kids thought they were hysterical! The minute they saw these, they started claiming the ones they liked best.

It’s hard to tell from the lighting in the photo but two of those teeth are metallic gold. 

Whether we have extra friends over or it’s just your family, set up a photo prop “bar” where the kids can decorate the photo props however they want to.

You’ll love the photos that you’ll have to remember the night forever.

Download Printables Below

*Note: The original props shown in the photos were made years ago and the original files have long been lost. These updated props are as close to the ones shown as possible.

2024 Dot Numbers | This file has Black and White dotted numbers that are whimsical and fun.

2024 Plain Numbers | This file is a simple white number with a black outline. You can decorate these anyway you like or even have the kids color them.

2024 Line Numbers | This file is a simple black and white rounded number with a line in the middle giving it a bit of a roaring 20’s vibe.

2024 Bubble Numbers | This file has multi-colored numbers for the new year. You can use the Zero file below to replace the one in this file.

Happy New Year Zero | This file is just a zero that says “Happy New Year” that you can add to the number sets above. 

Big Mouth Printable Photo Booth Props for New Year’s Eve | This file has 3 varieties of large mouths. 

Hat Printable Photo Booth Props for New Year’s Eve | This file has 5 different hats that can be printed out. 

Please let me know if you have any issues with these files for the New Year’s Eve Printable Photobooth Props! I’m happy to email them to you.

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Printable New Year’s Eve Photo Booth Props

These fun New Year's Eve Photo Booth Props are so easy to make and use! Just print out the printable and get creative!
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Course: Craft / DIY
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Cost: $7
Servings: 12


  • Printer
  • Scissors


  • Printable Props printed out on cardstock
  • Wooden Skewers
  • Scotch Tape
  • Variety of items to embellish glitter, pom poms, etc.
  • Glue if needed


  • Print out the printable numbers and hats, etc. on cardstock paper.
  • Use the scissors to cut out around the shapes.
  • Use tape to secure the wooden skewer to the back of each prop.
  • Embellish the front, if desired.


Using cardstock is a great way to ensure that the items you use to embellish don’t get too heavy and make the New Year’s Photo Booth props floppy.
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