Here’s a festive DIY for your New Year’s Eve party! These glittery mini party hats are super easy to make and are sure to delight your guests. Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: plastic headbands, glittery scrapbook paper, pom poms, scissors, hot glue, and a mini party hat template (click on the image below to download the FREE template!) Directions: 1. Print out the template, cut it out, and trace it onto the glitter paper. 2. Cut the shape out of the glitter paper. 3. Put a line of hot glue on the tab of the party hat template, roll the paper into a cone, and press the tab onto the underneath of the other side. Hold together until the glue cools. 4. Attach
New Year’s Eve is just three days away! If you’re looking for festive ways to decorate, we have the perfect DIY garland for you! Supplies: glitter scrapbook paper, a paper cutter or scissors, an X-acto knife, a cutting mat, letter stencils, string, and hot glue. Directions: 1. Using a paper cutter or scissors, cut glitter paper into rectangles. Ours were about 3.5×5″ 2. On a cutting mat, use the X-acto knife to cut out triangles from the base of each rectangle to create flags. 3. Use stencils and the X-acto knife to cut out letters from each flag. We printed our letters and cut them out of card stock to create our own stencils in the font we liked. 4. Use hot glue to attach
Personalize your New Year’s Eve party with Places for Faces! Make gift tags, personalized swizzle sticks, cupcake toppers, centerpieces, and so much more. The best part is, the holiday coupon code for all our readers is still available! Use the code MERRY2015 at checkout to save 50% on templates. Don’t forget, you can print each template as many times as you’d like! Scroll through to see how many ways you can use Places for Faces to add some personality to your party… Follow @placesforfaces on Instagram for updates, deals, and lots of holiday inspiration. Use #placesforfaces and #placesforfacesNYE for a chance to be featured on our social media sites! We’re on Facebook too! “Like” Places for Faces on Facebook to stay in the loop on
We have seen these chalkboard-dipped wine glasses all over Pinterest for years now so it’s about time we tried them out! One thing that held us back was the thought of potentially ruining perfectly good wine glasses, but we have a solution! The glasses we used are from the Dollar Tree! Lots of dollar stores have great glassware to choose from that’s perfect for crafts like this. Target even has some inexpensive stemware to choose from! This DIY could not be simpler, and it’s an awesome way to save your glass during a dinner party or get together! Here’s how to make your own: Supplies: wine glasses, chalkboard paint, aluminum foil, a paint brush, and chalk. Directions: 1. Make sure your glasses are clean and
Good morning, party people! Today we’re sharing an easy and stunning New Year’s Eve DIY that will knock your Christmas socks off. These glittery mini champagne bottles need only TWO supplies and take no time at all to put together. We tied metallic curling ribbon to ours to make them extra festive! Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: mini champagne bottles, spray adhesive, glitter, a shoe box, wax paper, and curling ribbon (optional). Directions: 1. In a well-ventilated area (preferably outside), coat a champagne bottle in spray adhesive. 2. Over a shoe box, sprinkle the glitter on the bottle to coat completely. 3. When the bottle is covered, set it down on wax paper to dry. 4. Repeat steps 1-3 with the second champagne
Happy Friday! Today we’re sharing a deliciously festive cocktail that’s perfect for your upcoming holiday parties (or just a quiet night home on the couch watching Christmas movies!). Peppermint Martini serves one vanilla frosting candy canes 1 oz Kahlua (try Peppermint Mocha!) 1 oz Iced Cake vodka 2 oz sweetened creamer (we used french vanilla coffee creamer) Directions: 1. Use a knife to spread the frosting around the rim of the martini glass. 2. Place a few candy canes in a Ziploc bag and seal shut. Crush the candy canes using a hard object like a rolling pin or the bottom of a glass jar. 3. Pour the crushed candy canes onto a round plate. 4. Dip the martini glass rim into the crushed candy
Need a little last-minute inspiration for your Thanksgiving table? Here are 10 beautiful and simple name tag ideas to add a personalized touch to each place setting. 1. Turkey Feather | 2. Gold Lettered Leaf | 3. Printable Napkin Ring 4. Neon Pinecone | 5. Metallic Mini Pumpkin 6. Stamped Clay |7. Chalkboard Flatware | 8. Scrabble Names 9. Mini Bunting | 10. Gold Wishbone Wishing you and yours a FABULOUS Thanksgiving! We will be back on Friday with some Black Friday through Cyber Monday deals! Follow Vicky Barone on Instagram to stay in the loop!
Today we’re sharing a clever and cost-effective way to add a personalized touch to your Thanksgiving table: silverware that doubles as a name tag! Show your guests to their seats in style and reuse them year after year! We used a paint pen on our silverware to make hand lettering the names a bit easier than with chalk. If you’d like to use chalk, leave some extra pieces on the table and have your guests write what they are thankful for on their knives and spoons! Supplies: silverware (ours was from Goodwill: 12 pieces for $2.25!), chalkboard paint, a white paint pen (or chalk), and a paint brush (optional). Directions: 1. Thoroughly clean and dry the silverware. 2. To paint each piece of flatware you