4 Last-Minute DIY New Year’s Eve Projects
1. New Year’s Eve Idea: DIY Balloon Drop
New Year’s Eve is a night famous for parties and heavy drinking. But if you’re a parent, it is likely that your New Year’s Eve consists of nudging kids to stay awake for the ball drop. New Year’s Eve should absolutely be a fun time for them as well. Instead of just filing them outside to bang pots and pans to welcome in the New Year, make this simple and fun activity that will delight and surprise them.
2. New Year’s Eve Idea: DIY Geometric Piñata
Heck, you could celebrate any occasion with this festive DIY geometric piñata! Get the how-to below.
3. DIY Marble-Dipped Stemware for Your Next Party
We’ve been loving the marbled nail polish trend so much that we decided to try it out on our stemware! This marble-dipping technique is super quick and fun, and the spray paint won’t flake off (just remember to hand-wash these glasses once they’re dipped). Parties offer a time to celebrate and dress up, so why not dress up your bar as well with this DIY?
4. DIY Sparkly Bottles Will Make Your Party Pop
If you’re going to (safely) indulge in a little drinking, why not to it glamorously? Whether you’re serving cocktails such as our Chambord sparkling Champagne cocktail or straight bubbly, everything looks more glamorous in a bottle that’s as sparkling as the wine inside — and we make it easy with this quick DIY.
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