Making your own organizing divisions will save you money and keep your decorations nice and neat! Click here for this tip from One Perfect Day.
MOM Tip: These New Year’s Party Favors will definitely cause a big ruckus when midnight arrives by providing party guests with confetti and noisemakers. Fill a small glassine bag three-quarters of the way with confetti. Use double-sided tape to affix the bag to the stem of a noisemaker. Fold the top of the bag over, and seal […]
MOM Tip: Make and decorate paper plate shakers to use as midnight. Click here to get this tip from The Centsible Life.
MOM Tip: A fun look back at 2017… Hide photos from the past year around the house and send the kids hunting for them. Once they’re all gathered, talk about your family memories from 2017. Click here for this tip from No Time for Flash Cards.
MOM Tip: Fun cookie recipe for your New Year’s Eve party! Click here for this recipe from The Decorated Cookie.
MOM Tip: Save yourself the confusion of trying to figure out which garland fits where. Label decorations with their intended location to stop the guessing game when you pull them out next year. Click here to get this tip from Better Homes & Gardens.
MOM Tip: Ring in the new year with your very own giant glitter DIY New Years Eve Ball Drop. All you need is: 10″ FloraCraft Foam Ball Silver Spray Paint Foam Spray Glue Gold and Silver Glitter 1/4″ Wooden Dowel Square Wood Base Wood Glue Click here to get this tip from Giggles Galore.
MOM Tip: These New Years Eve Countdown Bags are perfect ways to keep the kids entertained all night long! I love this idea because it’s so interchangeable with however your party is planned. This particular event had the bags starting a countdown at 6 p.m. and every hour on the hour, the kids got to open them […]
MOM Tip: Fruit Pizza Christmas Wreath is the perfect thing to make for your Christmas party. A light delicious dessert that makes a creative Christmas wreath. Click here to get this recipe from Nest of Posies.
MOM Tip: You can make Christmas garland, swags, and a smaller tree with faux tree branches. Check out this tutorial for fabulous Christmas decorations you can make yourself. Click here to get this tip from Hometalk.