25 ideas to help dive into 2019 in style!
1. Big Fringe Garland
Here is a party idea that could be used for decoration, a photobooth, or even hung as a garlands. Big curtains of fringe make a huge impact and are so easy to make. Click through here to find the easy step-by-step instructions.
From: Oh Happy Day
2. Tassel Garland
I just LOVE these Tassel Garlands! I love to use them for parties and events. I even have a tassel garland decorating my office. If you are looking for a cute DIY project to add some fun to your parties, shower, wedding, or office, then you must try these cute tassel garlands.
3. New Years Mason Jar Gifts
Christmas is over and it’s time ring in the new year! We usually spend the evening at a friend’s house for a laid-back evening of appetizers, board games, and laughter. I love mason jar crafts so I made these New Year’s Eve mason jars that are perfect for your New Year’s Eve party.
From: The Gunny Sack
4. Champagne Ice Cubes
Champagne ice cubes are a genius way to fancify your mimosas. Here’s how to make ’em happen.
5. Glitter Votives
This year’s New Year’s theme is all that glitters and shines.
From: Julie Blanner
6. Gold Bottle Decoration
New Year’s Eve is just one quick week after Christmas and will be here before we know it! It’s always fun to have a little decor up to celebrate the New Year. Here’s a tip…hang on to old glass bottles to turn trash into a festive treasure to make this super easy New Year’s Eve decoration.
From: No Biggie
7. Printable Game – “Year in Review” theme
This game is a big hit in our house for New Year’s Eve. It’s a great way to get the party conversation started with questions like: Best Song of the Year, Best Movie of the Year, Most Embarrassing Moment, etc. The questions will get your friends and family thinking back on their favorite moments of the year.
From: Alice and Lois
8. New Year’s Eve Party Straw Noisemakers
No matter what your plans, these DIY New Year’s Eve party straw noisemakers are so much fun and easy to make…very easy to make. They are made out of drinking straws. You can glam them up with glitter, glitter glue, sequins or jewels or just leave them plain. The kids can help design their own.
From: Meaningful Mama
9. Confetti Dipped Balloons
After I covered my shoes and my purse in confetti, I just started confetti-dipping everything. No really, everything. And one of those victims of my obsession was.. you guessed it, balloons! Now, we’ve all seen those gorgeous clear balloons filled with confetti that have become quite the trend, but what if you don’t want just clear balloons!? Well you put the confetti on the outside, of course!
From: Studio DIY!
10. Disco Ball
I think I’m going to add a little bit of sparkle to my celebration this year with this fun and easy DIY Disco Ball. This is so simple, and you can find everything you need locally.
From: How Was Your Day?
11. Confetti Poppers
We are definitely guilt of throwing around our share of confetti on New Years Eve. The messy tradition started a few years ago and I can only imagine the mess this year. Our DIY confetti poppers make celebrating New Year’s Eve with kids super fun and super simple to make! Kids can get into the spirit of New Year’s Eve with a few activities that will make the night extra festive.
12. New Years Wreath
I had so much fun making this wreath.
It will take you about 5 minutes to make.
I love easy, affordable, and quick projects!
From: The 36th Avenue
13. Mantel and Banner Decorations
I hope that everyone starts the year off on a positive note and makes it their Best Year Yet! This year’s holiday mantel is fun and inspirational with a touch of glam. Today I will be showing you how to make this super cute DIY New Year’s Eve Countdown Banner for your New Year’s Eve Mantel – it is a quick and easy project requires only a few inexpensive supplies. Let’s begin, shall we?
From: Love the Day
14. New Year’s Eve Midnight Kisses
Looking for midnight kisses this New Year’s Eve? We love these easy and free midnight kisses printable for your next New Year’s Eve Party. It’s a great way to spread kiss through a chocolate high over sharing winter germs! Enjoy!
From: Frugal Coupon Living
15. Turn Your Christmas Tree Into a New Year Tree
The history of the New Year tree tradition goes all the way back to the 1600s.
From: Country Living
16. Printable New Years Resolutions Sheets
I made these simple printables so that my girls (and the grown-ups!) could jot down a few goals and think about the new year and what will help us make it a great year for everyone.
17. Champagne Jello Shots
Anyone else have terrible memories of the ever-present ‘jello shot’ from their college years? No? Then I’ll assume you’ve repressed them. The thing is, no matter how nasty those technicolor monstrosities tasted, I can’t help but recall how efficient they were for entertaining.
From: Sugar & Cloth
18. Elegant Votive Candle Holders
I’m decorating my house for January right now. When I think January I think cold so I want to keep my house cozy, with warm candlelight and soft materials. Phase 1 of this plan was making some winter candleholders. I wanted a snowy white color with warm candlelight peeping through. I’ve seen this idea before so I decided to replicate it on my own.
From: The Hyper House
19. Countdown Clock Balloons
Fill several balloons with helium and tie them in a row to help mark the hours as you countdown to midnight. This is especially helpful for a party with kids who keep asking “How much longer?” 🙂 You could also do these balloons without helium and just tape them to a door or wall. Pop one each hour, on the hour, until midnight!
From: One Good Thing
20. Balloon Confetti Poppers
New years eve is not just for the grown-ups! In fact, for the past 8 or so years we have had completely kid-friendly evenings. Most of them resulted in us not staying awake until midnight but we still enjoyed festivities with the kids. First up, when preparing for a kid-friendly new years is plenty of New Years Eve crafts, like these Balloon Confetti poppers! Like any good new years eve craft it involves confetti and loud pops.
21. Glitter Covered Champagne Glasses
Looking for a fun way to personalize champagne glasses for your New Year’s Eve party?
From: Something Turquoise
22. Dollar Store Balloon Drop
There was a time when my husband and I used to go out like adults do and enjoy the typical New Year’s Eve celebration, you know, prior to having children. Now, we stay inside and make some noise with out little ones. To be honest, neither of us can say we miss the old way of ringing in the new year. This way brings us so much joy and it also gives me an excuse to do crazy things that moms do for their kids like…create a DIY Dollar Store Balloon Drop!
From: Miss Mae’s Days
23. Kiss Me Party Favors
Don’t forget to send your guests home with party favors! They’ll love these little treats for later!
24. New Year’s Eve Party Hats
We don’t typically do anything wild and crazy for New Year’s Eve. We eat something unhealthy, like nachos or more fudge, watch a movie, and nod to each other at midnight…if we’re awake. Nevertheless, I walked past an end cap at Target with celebratory hats, looked at the discount tinsel in my shopping cart, and decided to make a few New Year’s Eve hats to throw a little extra fun into our quiet festivities.
From: girl Inspired
25. New Year’s Eve Headbands
In preparation for your fun New Year’s Eve plans (no idea what I’m doing yet…probably falling asleep on the couch), I wanted to put together a few simple New Year’s headbands ideas for you. I’ll share three different, very easy DIYs you can make to celebrate the night away. Personally, I don’t wear usually hats, so headbands are the ideal alternative for me.
From: Club Crafted