New Year's Crafts
You'll be set to celebrate with these easy projects that add lots of sparkle to your New Year's Eve party. Create personalized party favorites like confetti poppers and place settings, then decorate your home with celebration accents perfect for welcoming the New Year.
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New Year’s Party Decorations
Celebrate the New Year with custom noisemakers, sparkling table settings, and simple party favors. Our easy-to-make crafts will fill your New Year's Eve celebration with the perfect ambience.
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DIY Confetti Poppers
Add cheer to your party with fun confetti favors. DIY confetti cones and celebratory poppers are sure to impress and inspire guests when midnight strikes. Simply use a bottle cap, toilet paper roll, and decorative straw to craft a memorable guest gift.
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Homemade "Cheers" Banner
Toast the New Year under a festive DIY banner. Use gold glitter paper and stencils to cut the letters, then use a hole punch and ribbon to string together the sign. Frame your bottles of champagne with white and gold balloons to complete the toast-worthy occasion.
Ombre Glittered Centerpiece
Make an ombre glittered vase for a celebratory centerpiece. This DIY decoration will amaze guests -- they'll never believe it's homemade. Use the New Year's centerpiece to hold party favors or winter flowers of your choice.
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Happy New Year Party Hat
If you're throwing a New Year's Eve party, a confetti-covered hat makes the perfect accessory. Buy paper hats from the crafts store, then use glue to coat with multicolor confetti. Use hot glue to attach gold trim and a special New Year's message.
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New Year's Day Place Setting
Special table coverings, napkins, and plates combine to set the stage for a memorable New Year's Eve party. This personalized table setting becomes a fun keepsake for guests to take home. Editor's Tip: You don't have to fill the New Year's crackers with glitter or confetti. Think about filling it with candy for dessert or a note about how the person has impacted your year.
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Tuxedo Champagne Cozy
Fine restaurants serve wine wrapped in a simple napkin; you can take that elegant touch a step further by fashioning a beautiful cozy. These wraps are so easy to make that you'll want some for entertaining and some for gifts.
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DIY Glitter Candleholder
Guests will love making these glittery glass candle jars while they wait for the New Year's ball to drop. Simply brush glue onto the jar, then shake glitter over the glue. The customized votives also make a perfect New Year's hostess gift.
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New Year's Vision Board
Use salvaged champagne and wine corks to create a shadow box corkboard. Use this New Year's craft to hang memories of the previous year or set goals for the New Year. Have guests bring their own corks or buy a pack at your local crafts supply store.
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Paper Confetti Curtains
Use an expandable curtain rod and curtain rings to create a pretty New Year's paper decoration reminiscent of confetti. As a holiday trick, use up your leftover wrapping paper for this project. Editor's Tip: If you want a simple way to remember your New Year's resolutions, write them on the hanging pieces of paper.
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Bright Snack Set
This tray and its sweet snacks win high scores with their striking colors. It's the perfect New Year's craft for resolving to spend more time with friends and family.
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Painted wineglasses add sophisticated style to any holiday party. These copper-dipped glasses are simpler to create than you think. Just tape off the top of each glass with painter's tape, then coat the stem with copper spray paint. Editor's Tip: Adapt this project for your New Year's celebration by substituting champagne flutes.
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Next Slideshow Easy Ideas for New Year's Tables
Easy Ideas for New Year's TablesSpice up your New Year's table decorations with these festive projects and decorating touches. Our New Year's table settings help set the tone for your holiday dinner party and encompass every New Year's decorating style.Begin Slideshow »