I’ll make it short and sweet today with more Spy Birthday Party Printables. I’m sharing Spy Badges and Secret Agent Photo Booth Props.
Secret Agent Photo Booth Props
Normally, kids love to ham it up for the camera, but not this time. The kids laughed and giggled as the posed, but for some reason, they thought that spies should be very serious. There wasn’t a smiling picture in the bunch! Too funny. I guess they thought they were posing for mug shots!
For these printables, just print, cut, and then glue to wooden skewers. You’ll need an x-acto knife for the details.
Secret Agent Training Badges
You have three options for this printable:
- If you have Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, you can customize them yourself. I’ve included the psd file in a zip format.
- You can print the blank cards and have the kids add their name, spy name, and a photo (or have them draw a funny picture).
- You can send me a note from my contact me page, and I’ll customize them for you. (Just let me know your deadline, and I’ll send you my rates.)
Ready to download? Follow the links below.
The link to the pdf file will open up the printable files in a new window. You can print from there or save a copy to your computer to print for later. (You will be able to see exactly what the printables look like before you print.)
The link to the zip file will download a zipped Adobe Photoshop layered template for the spy badges. Unzip the file to add photos and text to the template.
Have fun with your party! In case you want to match the fonts, here are the fonts I used on the Spy Badges: Gadugi (Name and Code Name) and Spy Agency Condensed (Secret Agent), and OCR A Std (In Training).
Stay tuned for more Spy Party posts coming soon!
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