I've been looking for super cute and affordable photo props and I'm not finding too many. So, I looked for links on how to make some of my own and I thought I'd share what I found. Here are a few of my favorites.
These cute headband crowns that can be easily altered and then used for birthdays, for princes and princesses or for super heroes.
Grosgrain's tent that folds down for easy transportation and storage.
Spunky toddler tie (girl's or boys)- For some reason I especially like these in black and white photos. Here is another pattern (no elastic).
Wood Crate and you can add "vintage" labels from here.
I did get two banners made- one girly and one with "boy" colors.
Here are the simple instructions: Draw a triangle the size you'd like your flags to be on paper. Mine were about seven inches across the top and about 11 inches center top to bottom point.
Pin to fabric and cut around. I cut out seven flags (triangles). Use the same pattern to cut out seven flags from felt (this gives your banner a nice weight so it hangs nicely and doesn't get all curled up in storage). Place one decorative fabric flag on top of one plain felt flag and serge or zig zag stitch around your banner flags. Get two packages of bias tape. Leave two feet (for tying) and then begin zig zagging your flags onto the bias tape. Equally space the flags. I put mine about three inches apart. When you run out of bias tape just open the second package and sew the new tape on top of the old, overlapping about three inches. Keep adding flags. Leave another two feet for tying. Display behind a cute munchkin and start snapping photos.