New Year’s Eve parties are a DIY fan favorite. There are so many clever things to make and cook to spread the New Year’s cheer. Whether you’re hosting a party, attending one, or just staying in for a cozy celebration at home, you can still ring in 2015 with crafty style!
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The experts over at Balloon Time will give you the lowdown on how to get these awesome balloon DIY’s below up and floating! Check out their site for the how to on the giant ‘year in balloons’.
If you’ve got the kids for the night and are looking for something fun for them to do, we love Tips From A Typical Mom Blog’s suggestion to make a time capsule questionnaire. The savvy ladies over at Pretty Providence have the 2015 version of these pretty printables ready to go!
What’s New Year’s Eve without lots of gold and glitter? These glittery champagne glasses via Something Turquoise are a simple way to add sparkle to your sparkly! Speaking of sparkly, check out this round up of Sparkling wines for under $20!
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New Year’s Eve is all about the props. The great news is you can simply download the 2015 version of these adorable photo props created as a collaboration between I Heart Naptime and Strawberry Mommy Cakes here.
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Here’s another way to bring some (inexpensive) bling into your New Year’s party atmosphere. This DIY is so easy, it veers into office hack territory! Thumbtack Votive Candles via Spark and Chemistry.
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When it comes to party food, New Year’s Eve is a fun way to explore the thematic colors of black, white and gold in creative ways. Tux and Pearls Oreos from I Gotta Create are a perfectly, irresistible hi-low combo that one can deny.
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Mylar makes everything brighter. Why not fringe some into colorful pom-pom cake toppers? Cupcakes and cakes look like they’re sporting little sparklers. Studio DIY shows us how!
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If wowing guests is a priority, then Spun Gold Cotton Candy from Cooking-Books never ceases to fail. This sticky treat is festive, elegant, decadent and just plain gorgeous. What better a way to cross over into a new year then with this nostalgically sweet confection?
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