Here's How to Turn a Champagne Bottle Into the Perfect Hostess Gift

These clever gifts will garner some serious attention.

Camp Makery

Don't expect to be the only person with a bottle of champagne for the New Year's Eve hostess. After all, it is the perfect gift for someone who has spent all day cleaning, cooking, and decorating. But at least make your bottle stand out! We found the best DIY projects to dress up your bottle of champagne that are almost as good as the sweet stuff inside. These ideas range from last-minute crafts to truly impressive designs they'll want to keep even after the bubbly is gone. Pick a project out below:

1. Champagne-Bottle Tuxedo

You came dressed to the nines, and so should your alcohol. Dress up a bottle of champagne with this adorable felt tuxedo for a memorable hostess gift that will rouse a few laughs. Everyone will be asking how you made it!

Learn how here

2. Ombre Glitter

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We'll be the first to admit that this one gets a little messy, but it is so worth it. Drown a bottle of champagne in glitter for a hostess gift that will truly be the light of the party. This pink-to-gold ombre design is perfect for New Year's!

Learn how at Camp Makery

3. Cheers!

From Glitter to Gumdrops

Let the whole group be involved in a toast to the hostess with these adorable, individually wrapped miniature champagne bottles. Each one comes with a well-wishing tag, a straw, and an obligatory party popper. These will surely get the party started.

Learn how at From Glitter to Gumdrops

4. Champagne Yearbook

Parties For Pennies

Put an adult twist on your grade-school tradition of signing yearbooks. Bring a painted bottle of champagne to the party and secretly have all the guests scribble a kind note directly onto the bottle. Then give the bottle to the hostess at midnight! This is so much better than a thank-you card.

Learn how at Parties For Pennies

5. Upcycled Vase

Celebrations At Home Blog

Give the hostess a gift she can appreciate after January 1st with this shimmery gold champagne bottle. Once the party has seen the bottom of the bottle, rinse it out with soap and water and transform the bottle into a chic vase.

Learn how at Celebrations At Home Blog

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