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Every New Year’s Eve party needs a bit of glitz, don’t you think? Luckily, we have an exclusive collection of printable party decor and easy paper crafts from The TomKat Studio. We’ll provide the sparkle, you bring the bubbly!

New Year's Eve Party

Tissue Paper Tassel Garland
Tissue Paper Garland

Tassel garlands are a huge party trend. It’s easy to make your own with some tissue paper or sparkling mylar, scissors and string.

New Year's Eve DIY Tiara

Make a Festive Paper Tiara
Using basic party goods as a template, create your own tiaras embellished with glittered cardstock, fringed tissue paper and decorative brads. Or, set up a decorating station and let party guests create their own!

Champagne Cocktails
Printable Party Circles

Dress cupcakes, favor bags, pitchers and glassware with our pink-and-white printable party tags. Use a 2-inch circle punch or scissors to cut out the designs, then rim them with gold glitter glue.

Pink Bow Food Labels
Label each dish with a printable buffet tag embellished with gold glitter.

Printable Party Flags

Attach our printable party flags to monochromatic tubes of white candies (such as Sixlets) and hand out as guests depart. Or, attach to drinking straws, lollipops or cake pops.



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    These appear to be good ideas. But why on earth would you send this out on New Year's Eve? It is 3 p.m, hardly time to plan a party, invite guests, go to the grocery store, etc. Send this out again next year the first week of December.

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