How to Throw a Great New Year's Eve DIY Party


New Year’s Eve Party!

New Year’s Eve is a special time of year, filled with resolutions, parties and laughter with your friends and family. Bring it all together by hosting a party that your guests will remember for many years to come. From yummy treats to holiday décor, we created a fun list of DIY ideas that will fill the evening with joy.

  1. Butterbeer Jell-O Cubes

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Who doesn’t love Harry Potter? If you’re a fan, then these butterbeer Jell-O cubes are a ton of fun for your New Year’s Party to ring in the year of 2018. Try adding a sprinkle of rainbow sugar just before serving for a pretty burst of color.

  1. White Chocolate Covered Cherries

For a glamorous and delicious treat, dip fresh cherries in a generous coating of white chocolate. Before the chocolate dries, sprinkle silver sugar pearls onto them for a great ornamentation factor.

  1. DIY Wintery White Mason Jars

Metallics and stark white colors look wonderfully wintry and festive. Decorate a few mason jars with varying glittery shades matched with white for an ultra-glam centerpiece.

  1. Champagne Shooters

These delectable little champagne shooters is something everyone will love. It’s a yummy champagne flavored pastry cream served in a festive sugar rimmed shot glass with a swirl of chantilly to top it off!

  1. Fringe Foil Decor

Don’t know what to make for festive decorations for New Year’s Eve? Try crafting unique streamers by fringing foil and twisting it. Try using metallic colors to go with a New Year’s Eve theme.

  1. Confetti Dipped Ballons

Dip your party balloons in confetti this year for memorable holiday décor. The textured shimmer is so chic and will amp up the style factor of your average balloons.

  1. Countdown Confetti Boxes

Make sure each and every one of your party guests has their very own box of confetti to toss at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve with this fun DIY project. Fill matchboxes with homemade confetti and wrap them in brightly colored foil paper.

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