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Let your graduates play fortune teller with a fun photo-booth party setup.

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Photography by: Aaron Dyer

Cut a 22-by-20-inch piece of foam board, then cut out a 17-by-15-inch rectangle inside. Paint it with chalkboard paint and let dry, at least 1 hour. Apply a second coat; let dry again. Use craft paint and alphabet stencils to paint “Most likely to...” on the frame bottom. Provide guests with chalk to predict friends’ futures, then snap photos against a solid-colored wall. Extra credit: After the party, assemble the printed photos into a yearbook-inspired album, using a service like Shutterfly.

 

Multisurface chalkboard paint, by Martha Stewart Crafts, in Gray, $6 for 6 oz., michaels.com

 

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