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15 Easy DIY Decorations for New Year’s Eve 2016

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Today I’’m sharing some Easy DIY New Year’s Eve Decorations with lots of glitter and sparkle – —totally different from the boy’s birthday parties we usually feature here! The Sparkly Bubbly Sign is perfect for the Bubbly Bar or Gold Glitter Dessert Table. How cute are these DIY Confetti Dipped Balloons, Sparkly Cake Toppers, Glittered Lanterns, Sparkly Pom Pom Toothpicks, Gold Fringe Wrapped Numbers, and New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Cupcake Toppers? The New Year’s Eve Bottle Centerpiece, New Year’s Centerpiece, and DIY Glam Champagne Glasses will dress up your New Year’s Eve party dinner table while the Clock Mantel Decor, Hanging Holiday Decor, and Lighted NYE Background are perfect for a dessert table or buffet. Get ready to dazzle! Need more ideas? Check out these New Year’s Eve crafts!

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Kids DIY Confetti Dipped Balloons Party Idea

1. DIY Confetti Dipped Balloons :: Studio DIY
Confetti dipped balloon are a great decoration and fun to make.

2. New Year’s Eve Bottle Centerpiece :: No Biggie 
A gorgeous, golden centerpiece for your New Year’s table.

Sparkly Cake Toppers Kids Party Ideas

3. Sparkly Cake Toppers :: Fellow Fellow, via Say Yes 
Add a bit of fancy to your dessert with these sparkly cake toppers — made from pipe cleaners.

Party Ideas for Kids Sparkly Bubbly Sign

4. Sparkly Bubbly Sign :: Hostess With The Mostess 
This sparkly and bubbly design is the perfect backdrop for your drink station.

5. Clock Mantel Decor :: Carla Aston, Original post from Martha Stewart
You won’t have any trouble counting down the seconds to the new year with this clock mantel decoration idea.
Bubbly Bar Party Idea for New Years
6. Bubbly Bar :: Camille Styles
These beautiful inspirations will give you all the glitz and glamour your New Year’s eve party deserves.

7. Hanging Holiday Decor :: Two Little Birds Planning
Here’s everything you need to know to host an amazing New Year’s Eve party and some decoration ideas as well.
Lighted NYE Background Kids Party Idea
8. Lighted NYE Background :: Catch My Party, Submitted by Mis Pequeñas C 
This lighted background is a beautiful and easy addition to your New Year’s decorations.
Kids Glittered Lanterns Idea for Party
9. Glittered Lanterns :: Two Delighted 
This glitter lantern is easy to create and makes an excellent disco ball for your New Year’s Soiree. 
Sparkly Pom Pom Toothpicks Party Ideas for Kids
10. Sparkly Pom Pom Toothpicks :: Lil Mrs. Tori 
These sparkly toothpick Pompoms will make your party snacks even more irresistible.

11. Gold Fringe Wrapped Numbers :: Ruffled Blog, Submitted by Hey Look

Party DIY Glam Champagne Glasses Ideas

12. DIY Glam Champagne Glasses :: Something Turquoise
Here’s a fun way to personalize the champagne glasses at your New Year’s Eve celebration

13. New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Cupcake Toppers :: Oleander and Palm 
You won’t be able to wait for the ball to drop with these festive cupcake toppers.

14. New Year’s Centerpiece :: Lil Luna, Inspired by Somewhat Simple 
This centerpiece will get you into the New Years spirit and it’s easy to make. 

Gold Glitter Dessert Table Party Ideas for Kids
15. Gold Glitter Dessert Table :: Party styled by Sweet Details, via Little Big Co.
These gold glittered dessert table decorations are so captivating no one will notices how many trips you’ve made. 😉

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Maria Healey

Maria is a photographer to stylists and stylish brides, a failed newspaper journalist, retired waitress, and ex-paralegal. She is a new mom and Navy wife. Her son keeps things busy on the homefront, while making her husband's deployments seem more like a cruise ship vacation. When she's not writing blog posts for SS&LB, editing or taking photos, you can find her drinking coffee and building LEGO towers with her toddler son. She is currently based in Southern California, though that changes often.