So On-Point New Year’s Eve Party Backdrop

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Christmas is over but let the holiday spirit continue. It’s now time to plan for the New Year!

Are you hosting a New Year’s Eve party this year? Show off your event planning and decorating skills to your guests. Plan ahead and think about every details. Make sure everyone will have a good time from the moment they arrive until they leave. One way to entertain them upon arriving is to set up a backdrop for picture taking! This way, they’ll have something to do and post on social media pictures of your awesome party! Check out this DIY that you can easily do.

So On-Point New Year’s Eve Party Backdrop

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Seriously, this backdrop is soo on point. It’s awesome and it doesn’t need much material to make. Who wouldn’t love that? Most of the things you need, you probably already have; cardstock, old cardboard, scissors, and spray paint. Top it up with confetti and balloons! Oh-so fun! Have fun crafting and may you all have a fruitful and wonderful year ahead.

Black Cardstock - 12 x 12 inch - 65Lb Cover - 25 Sheets

Creative and Fun Clay Christmas Ornaments DIY

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Wow, can’t believe it’s almost Christmas already. How time really flies. You might be one of those who lost track of the days and haven’t really decorated yet. It’s not yet too late to go to your nearest Christmas tree farm and pick the perfect tree for your home. And when it comes to decorating it, here is a DIY ornament tutorial that you can easily do at home.

Creative and Fun Clay Christmas Ornaments DIY

Instructions at A Pretty Fix.

Christmas is all about family. So let the entire family be involved in the decorating. These air dry clay ornaments are so easy to do even for kids. This is just like baking your own cookies, using cookie cutters and rolling pin. Use glitters, watercolor, and embossing set for design. Have fun crafting!

Christmas Holiday Cookie Cutter Set - 5 Piece

Festive Felt Holiday Wreath

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Whether you are decorating for Christmas or you just feel the winter feels in the air, you can’t really go wrong with putting up a wreath. It is such a nice feeling when you enter your home and you are greeted by such a cheerful decor. This is what your visitor will feel as well when they come for a visit. This is the perfect decor if you are planning to host a party these coming holidays. This felt wreath craft is soo easy to make and so festive too!

Festive Felt Holiday Wreath

Full Instructions at The Tiny Funnel.

If you find that your last year’s wreath is already old and ruined, just reuse the wreath wire frame. The felt alone is so fun to do! Add felt or pompom balls and it looks even more fun! Can’t wait to try it out! Have fun crafting!

Wire Wreath Frame 12 Green

 

Super Easy Marbled Candle Holder DIY

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You’ll surely be needing more candle holders. Not only because it’s autumn and more indoor days to come but also because Thanksgiving is coming and so is the Christmas holiday. You are going to need that to light every evening and to decorate your Thanksgiving or Christmas table. Whether you are aiming for traditional or non-traditional look, you can’t go wrong with this marbled candle holders.

Super Easy Marbled Candle Holder DIY

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You can’t really resist an easy, marbled craft DIY. What we love about this is that you can customize the colors with polymer clay for the occasion. Use a neutral color if you are planning to use it all year round. You are also free to shape it the way you want to. Then you need baking tray and parchment paper and bake it! How easy! Go ahead and try it. Have fun crafting!

Polymer Clay, 32 Blocks Colored Oven Bake Modelling Clay