12 Festive New Year's DIY Projects - Fashion and Decorcraftyamy
New Year’s is right around the corner. Are you hosting or attending any parties? Or do you just want to decorate for the big day? I have to admit, of all the crafting projects for the holidays, New Year’s projects tend to be the most fun and bright. You can definitely go wild and use a lot of glitter! I wanted to share a fun collection of projects including fashion, party and home decor. I love these countdown party pieces found at Fiskars, especially the clocks. Take a peek at all the ideas I’m featuring, I know you’ll find something that you like – just continue through the jump.
Glitter Clutch 1 of 11Make a gorgeous statement by adding chunky glitter to an inexpensive purse.
See how it was made at The Fashion Spot
Subway Art 2 of 11Decorate a frame and insert subway art for a simple and sparkly mantlepiece.
Get the tutorial and printable at Mod Podge Rocks
Sparkly Nails 3 of 11Make your nails just as festive as your outfit with this tutorial.
Learn how it's done at Makeup Savvy
Rules to Live By 4 of 11Capture family resolutions with this pretty subway art - using vinyl and spray paint.
Get the tutorial at Lil Blue Boo
Designer Inspired 5 of 11Get the look of designer red bottoms on a small budget.
Find the step-by-step at Groom Sold Separately
Colorful Banner 6 of 11Use papers or fabric already in your stash to create a festive bunting.
See how it was made at Purl Bee
Fancy Centerpiece 7 of 11Cover a candle with paper and add bling to a glass plate for the perfect centerpiece.
Find the how-to at Domestic in the City
Cake Toppers 8 of 11Decorate your party food with shapes cut from bright paper.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
New Year’s Door 9 of 11Don't let Christmas supplies go to waste - revamp them for New Year's with this cute wreath.
Find the step-by-step at Thrive
Fanciful Earrings 10 of 11A mixture of Mod Podge and glitter makes the sparkle for this pretty druzy jewelry.
Learn how it's done at Dismount Creative
Cheery Card 11 of 11This was made with a gocco, but you could adapt this look with pretty stencils.
See more images at Lovely Morning
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