New Years Eve Party DIYs // Napkins & Cups!

December 31, 2015

Happy new year everyone! I hope 2016 brings you what you need! Today's post is all about celebrating! Many people have NYE parties or stay at home and still have a get together, either way these last minute DIY ideas are for you!

NYE parties can have different themes whether it be silver and gold, confetti, or the Great Gatsby! Personally, I like the classic themes using metallics and glitter. Whatever it may be I hope my party tips and DIYs help you. :)

Our first DIY on the table are these adorable glitter glasses. These are all over Pinterest in shot glass form, but why not make it a little more sophisticated?! These plastic stem ware are from the Christmas clearance section and they are disposable. How much easier could it be?

To make these beauties I just used mod podge, a paint brush, and some extra fine glitter. However, if you're using real glasses that you want to keep, be sure to look into what type of sealant is needed over the glitter so it stays in place during washing.

I began by brushing on the glue up the stem of the glass. You can put the glue in different patterns even to add some extra pizzazz. Once you've applied a generous amount of mod podge, lightly sprinkle your glitter over the glue area. Being sure to lightly tap it every so often on your scrap paper so excess glitter falls off. Once it is completely covered, leave to let dry for at least an hour (may still be tacky). Then, they are ready to use! Really fun and simple. Besides, who doesn't love a little bit of glitter in their lives? I can't wait to use these! Also, thank you to my lovely boyfriend for taking these photos for me!

The next project will just add a tad of pizzazz without having to spend any extra money. You can take any color napkins you may have and just lightly stamp a cute festive image on it. I have examples of a party hat and more as you can see. Really easy way to carry your theme without spending more money.

Along side your napkins you can put out all sorts of snacks. Just search for some on Pinterest. If you're not looking to feed your guests a whole meal, but rather just snacks, try and find some festive bowls or some candies wrapped in the colors of your party. This will really add a nice touch! :)

I hope you enjoyed these fun and festive DIYs! Be sure to subscribe for more! Thanks for reading!

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