Getting your home décor ready for New Year’s is easy with all our party supply inspired ideas. Shiny metallic and glimmering glitter set the mood for a festive collection of glamorous projects that will definitely make the holiday even more dazzling.
Let’s count our ideas down.
TEN: Countdown Art Piece
Gold glittered cardstock numbers count their way down to being a striking art piece when setting against a black backdrop and framed under glass.
NINE: Midnight Kisses Jar
This sweet addition to your décor brings a touch of whimsy as well as a welcomed treat when the clock strikes that magical hour. Learn how to create the label here.
EIGHT: Three Framed Horns
Transform ordinary party horns into fun and funky art by mounting them in a polka dot shadowbox.
SEVEN: Center Stage Metallic Spray
Fill a gold vase with a Happy New Year centerpiece spray to add height, texture, and volume.
SIX: Quote Printable
Printables are always a quick, easy and opportune way to add thematic elements to your holiday décor. Get our New Year’s Day print here.
As a nod to the passage of time, raid your stash of clocks and include a few with the other timely projects.
FOUR: Party Blower Wreath
THREE: Mylar Magic
Give hanging mylar decorations a new purpose. Arrange stars linearly for a bold graphic and a gold glittered background makes the black themed words pop.
TWO: Glittered Vessels, Shooting Stars, and Beads
All that glitters truly is gold in the case of these glittered vintage milk bottles. Punched metallic stars attached to wire shoot upwards for added height without visual distraction. Glittered votive candle holders, once lit, will bring a twinkle and glow to the whole presentation while a few strings of beads help tie differing elements together visually.
ONE: A Brilliant Banner
These multi-star banner “pennants” come from a set of hanging decorations. Simply detach them from their mylar coils and thread onto baker’s twine then add glittered cardstock numbers with foam adhesive. The mylar fringe ties? Cut approximately five inches from the bottom of a fringed door cover and use the strips as ties.
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