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DIY New Year's Eve Printable Game
Keep everyone entertained at your New Year's Eve party by getting the conversation started with a New Years themed party game where you look back on the year by answer questions such as best song of the year, best movie, most embarrassing moment, etc.
Learn how to make your own New Year's Eve game with the free printable at Alice And Lois.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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DIY Wrapping Paper Star Medallions
Use up your leftover wrapping paper from Christmas by making some stunning gold and silver wrapping paper star medallions in various sizes to create the perfect backdrop for your New Year's Eve food table.
Read the paper star medallions tutorial at Elli to learn how to make your own.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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DIY Champagne Bottle Tags
To keep your party extra exciting, consider having a party game or a door prize with the chance to win a bottle of champagne which you can decorate with festive New Year's Eve tag that goes around the bottle. Another idea would be to use these printable bottle tags on all the bottles of Champagne you serve as an easy way to make affordable bottles of sparkling wine seem fancier.
Download the Champagne bottle tags for your New Year's Eve Party at Sarah Hearts.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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DIY New Year's Eve Ball Headband
Add some sparkle to your outfit by crafting your own New York Time Square inspired ball drop headband by attaching several mini disco balls to a headband for the perfect festive accessory to make any outfit seem more fabulous.
Learn how to make your own New Year's Eve ball headband at A Subtle Revelry.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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DIY New Year's Eve Confetti Party Favors
New Year's Eve is all about sparkle and confetti, so for a fun party favor fill small test tube containers with confetti for guests to toss at the start of the New Year as the grand finale to your party.
Read the full tutorial at A Pumpkin And A Princess.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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DIY Confetti Balloons
Finish your New Year's Eve party with a bang, by having confetti flutter down on guests at the end of the countdown by decorating clear balloons with large pieces of confetti and inviting guests to pop the balloons at midnight sending the confetti flying into the air.
Discover how to make your own confetti balloons at Design Improvised.Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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DIY Gold Ombre Champagne Flutes
Give your old champagne glasses a new gilded look by creating a goregous gilded finish on the glasses by spraying them with gold color food mist spray.
View the tutorial at Francois Et Moi.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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DIY Kiss Me At Midnight Banner
If you are looking for an affordable and romantic way to decorate your party, no matter if it is a big group of friends or just a romantic night in at home drinkly bubbly help to ensure you get a kiss at midnight with this cute banner that you can make to hang on on a wall using a few sheets of cardstock to give a friendly reminder to your special someone attending the party.
Learn how to make the banner at Idle Hands Awake.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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DIY Gold Fringe Party Hats
Get your party hat ready to wear while watching the New Year's Eve count down by making a paper cone hat for all your friends out of cardstock and decorating them with chic gold metallic tissue paper cut with fringe scissors.
View the gold fringe party hats tutorial at Almost Makes Perfect.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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DIY New Year's Eve Clock Balloons Backdrop
Inflate some round foil balloons and decorate them with vinyl number stickers and cardstock arrows to create clock balloons as a quick way to decorate your home for your New Year's Eve party before all your guests arrive. Once your guests have arrived, keep them entertained, by inviting them to post selfies on Instagram in front of your clustered clock balloons using your party's custom hashtag.
Read the full step by step balloon tutorial at Studio DIY.