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New Years Ever Party Decor

Looking for some holiday party inspiration? These handmade New Year's decorations are the perfect place to start. Brought to you by our friends at Fiskars, these New Year's Eve party decorations are simple enough for crafters of all skill levels. If you have a soft spot for paper crafts, spend one of your last days of 2013 creating a few of these handmade decor ideas. These ideas are perfect for any New Year’s Eve celebration. However, they're so versatile; you could use them for birthdays, anniversaries, and more. Thanks to these easy paper crafts, you can spend your time celebrating the holiday, not working on your party decor.

 

Materials:

  • 1/4" circle hand punch
  • Hole puncher
  • Paper trimmer or scissors
  • Patterned paper
  • Glitter
  • Colored cardstock
  • Ribbon

Instructions:

Fortune Cookies:

  1. First decide upon your ‘fortunes’ and print them in your word processing program.

    Note: You’ll want your phrases to stretch no longer than 4.5” long and no more than a few typed lines tall.
     
  2. Then, you’ll gather patterned papers and cut a 4.5” circle for each fortune using the Ultra ShapeXpress along with the smallest circle from the Super-Sized Circle Set.
     
  3. Gently fold circle in half, creasing only  1” in the middle.
     
  4. Open circle and add a glue dot approximately 1/4” away from the crease on both sides of the crease.


     
  5. Then pinch the circle in half in the opposite direction of the crease, but do not crease, instead, grab the opposing points with your thumb and middle finger, while pushing inward on the crease with your pointer finger.
     
  6. Once the crease starts caving move your pointer finger and tuck the thumb and pointer finger in between the paper to pinch the glue dots together.


     
  7. Slide fortune into cookie.

    Note: Once you get the hang of this process you can tuck the fortune in the cookie before collapsing the paper to form the cookie shape.


Customized Confetti:

  1. Customize a standard bag of plain white confetti by adding small pops of color and sparkle. Create  ¼” hand-held circle punches and add them to your confetti.


     

Jingle Bell Bottle Embellishments:

  1. Decorate kid-friendly wine bottles by covering the labels with patterned paper, cardstock and sparkle paper.


     
  2. Create a few numbered cut-outs and add the New Year to each bottle.
     
  3. Add a few ribbons to finish them off.

    Note: You can make quick and easy invitations using the same numbered cut-outs you added to each wine bottle!

 

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From fortune cookies to customized confetti, everything you need for party decor is in this collection and it's all made from paper. This is something you can do in minutes and be ready for a party. Love the fortune cookie idea the most.

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