Every year I hate to see the holiday season end. To make sure that doesn’t happen too early I love to decorate for New Year’s. Because Christmas tends to empty out my wallet, I don’t want to spend a lot of money. Here are some of my favorite easy DIY New Year’s decorating ideas that are both inexpensive and festive.
What a great idea! Incorporate champagne bottles into your holiday décor. From ideasevite.com comes an easy and inexpensive glitter project. Just use spray adhesive and glitter to add pizzazz to the bottom half of your champagne bottles. Champagne never looked so sparkly!
From Chickabug.com comes another sparkly project: washable glittered wine glasses (above)! Inexpensive and easy. And best of all, they’ll last for many more New Year’s celebrations to come!
Being a wine lover, I adore this wine cork countdown project (above) and paper fan clocks (below) featured on tipjunkie.com! Coordinate the colors of your decorations with paper plates and napkins for an added New Year’s flair!
Add some bling to your New Year’s décor! From momtastic.com comes simple diy New Year’s Eve glitter candles. Transform simple white candles into bling bling New Year’s table top décor!
I love this monochromatic Christmas balls wreath (below) from Initiales GG.com. Using all white, gold or silver balls adds that sophisticated and elegant flair that is perfect for New Year’s.
Une simple guirlande lumineuse (a garland of lights) comes from decoration-de-fete.com. Using miniature white lights, white balls and olive branches, a tablescape is transformed into an elegant yet natural magical New Year’s centerpiece reminiscent of Provence, France.
And again, reminiscent of the Provence style, a simple combination of white candles and olive branches can add an elegant yet natural touch to any New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day celebration.
And, last but not least, one of my favorite easy diy New Year’s décor ideas: Glitter New Year’s Candles from diy-projectss.blogspot.com. Glitz up your holiday décor with this very easy project using only candles, modge podge and glitter. Will definitely do this for our 2014 celebration.
Whether I’m throwing a New Year’s Eve party or a New Year’s Day dinner, for a group of friends and family or for just my immediate family, I love to add sparkle and bling to make things festive and fun. I’m inspired and motivated by these easy and simple DIY New Year’s décor ideas. I hope you are too. Have a wonderful and blessed (and always creative) New Year!