Pretty New Year’s Eve Party Backdrop DIY

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So how was your Christmas celebration? Did you get to spend it with your family and/or loved ones? For sure, it was a wonderful. Now, we can look forward to our New Year party. You might be one of those that just go and attend someone else’s party. But if you are not, if you are the one throwing a party this year, go all out and make it as sparkly and glittery as you can. For sure there will be a lot of selfies, groufies, and other picture-taking sessions. Make sure that it will be as wonderful as the memories you are making. Here is one idea that you could try.

Pretty New Year’s Eve Party Backdrop DIY

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Isn’t it wonderful? We love how it stands out but doesn’t demand too much attention. Also, it’s ridiculously easy to make. With just a few materials like metallic tissue and tape, you can make your decorations amazing. Happy crafting!

Gleam 'N Wrap Metallic Sheets

Easy Lighted Christmas Star DIY

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As soon as Halloween is over, most of us start to decorate for Christmas. It can be as over the top as filling your entire backyard with Christmas lights and reindeer decorations or as subtle as just a star for now. Instead of going to the store, rummage through your storage and look for lights you used last year. Use some spare woods you have or slats from your other projects. Make it your DIY project for this weekend.

Easy Lighted Christmas Star DIY

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We love how this DIY allows you to reuse old Christmas lights and how really easy it is to make. Definitely far more affordable than buying store-bought Christmas star. The end result is simple yet relays the message through very well. That you are looking forward to the Christmas season. Have an awesome day.

Holiday Wonderland's 300-Count Mini Multi Color Christmas Light Set

Gorgeous Fall Wreath DIY

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How is your fall so far? Are you loving it, too? From the lovely colors of the autumn tree leaves to the colder weather. From apples to pumpkin spices, and of course, pumpkins and gourds. They are the very definition of fall. If you just started feeling it, there is still plenty of time to do so. Decorate your front door with a stunning gilded pumpkin wreath.

Gorgeous Fall Wreath DIY

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This is a great way to use those cheap artificial pumpkins and gourds you used last year or maybe you can find these in a thrift store. Paint them nice and well and you have yourself a gorgeous decor.

Ehdching Pack of 16 Artificial Realistic Fall Harvest Mini Pumpkins for Halloween Home Decoration

13 No-Carve Halloween Pumpkin Ideas

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Fall is here. Most importantly, Halloween is here. Pumpkin carving is one of the things most families, especially the children, look forward to during this season. If you haven’t started doing the craft yet, we’ve gathered a few ideas that you can do to decorated your pumpkin. Avoid the mess and go with no-carve pumpkin decorations.

Let us know which on you will be doing!

13 No-Carve Halloween Pumpkin Ideas

Cute and Easy Burlap Covered Pumpkin by Little Red Brick House – Make your pumpkin more textured by decorating them with Mod Podge and burlap ribbon.

Marbled Indigo Pumpkins by Alice and Lois – Learn how make a pretty marble effect with this tutorial.

Hocus Pocus Quote Pumpkins by Lovely Indeed – Ditch the carving and go with statement pumpkins this Halloween!

Winking Eye Pumpkin by Idle Hands Awake – Simple with a little bit of spook. Make your pumpkin wink with this craft.

Glitter Owl Pumpkin by Dwell Beautiful – Easy and adorable way to decorate your pumpkin. It’s an easy silhouette project for the beginners.

Pokemon GO Pumpkins by Just A Little Creativity – It’s the year Pokemon Go was released so it’s only fitting to go with Pokemon-themed pumpkin decor.

Disney Belle Pumpkin by A Pumpkin and a Princess – Show your love for one of the most adored Disney Princesses through your pumpkin craft. Check out how lovely it looks.

Melted Crayon Pumpkin by Heathered Nest – It’s a good way to make use of your broken or unused crayons you have around. Your pumpkin will look creative, colorful, and fun!

Cupcake Pumpkin by Club Crafted – This pumpkin design is too adorable, not to mention yummy, not to try.

Polka Dot Color Block Pumpkin by Shrimp Salad Circus – If you don’t feel like going for a really spooky Halloween-y design, stick something simple yet still with a little bit of theme.

5-Minute Pumpkin Decor by Drawn to DIY – Don’t stress yourself to much with the designing. You can still get the same effect even though you spent less time decorating. Learn more here.

Retro Label Maker Pumpkin by A Bubbly Life – If you feel like being a rebel, you can shy away from the traditional fall or Halloween colors. Feel free to go with pink!

Peppy Pumpkins by Delineate Your Dwelling – Your Halloween doesn’t have to be gloomy or creepy. If you really wan to, you can make your pumpkins peppy! Because, why not, right?