Hiya, crafty friends! New Years Eve is coming up, and I have always felt that after making it through Christmas, New Year’s Eve party prep should be simple and effortless. I LOVE New Year’s Eve and I think it’s such a great way to reflect on the last year of life’s adventures and accomplishments. It’s a good time to reflect on all the hard stuff too and focus on what you have gotten through with your family. I always throw a NYE party for my little family that I keep pretty simple, but still really fun. Check out this special rosette New Year cake topper I made to dress up our party dessert!
We tend to ring in New Year’s Eve with treats, movies, and simple party decor. This New Year cake topper is a great example of how you can take just a few craft supplies and make something really fun for your own party.
New Year Cake Topper Supplies:
- Core’dinations Party Mixers Paper Rosettes
- Darice Striped Paper Straws
- Alphabet & Number Stickers
- Darice Scissors
- Black Ink Pad
- Darice Hot Glue Gun
To get started with your New Year cake topper, open up your pack of pre-made paper rosettes and remove the white ribbon. Cut two paper straws down to about 6″ tall. Adhere 7″ of ribbon to the tops. Your ribbon length will depend on what size of cake you make. I made a standard 8″ cake, so 7″ of ribbon was perfect for my topper.
You can also use your leftover paper rosettes to decorate additional party supplies like treat sacks or soda bottles! You can also use the rosettes to make your own New Year DIY party hat headbands.
Hope your New Year’s Eve is full of good family, quiet movies, and lots of late night crafting.
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Natalie is a wife and mom to four fabulous children. Well, except the last one. She’s a bit of a stinker. Natalie is a full time crafter, thrifter, blogger, photographer and creator of Natalme.com. She has a studio in her home where she likes to hide from her children and watch Netflix on her iPad. I have done everything from being a power seller on eBay, to selling handmade goods and upcycled furniture at local boutiques and art fairs. In her free time, she volunteers for the Circle of Love Foundation and the Special Needs Youth Athletic Foundation, all in hopes of one day being forgiven for her constant use of profanity.