Pretty sure my 2017 intention was “growth” or “focus” or something super inspirational like that. But clearly all I’ve accomplished is procrastination.
That’s ok though because waiting-until-the-guests-are-on-their-way is the mother of inspiration. So even though New Year’s Eve is IMMINENT (yikes)…you truly have time for this incredibly easy 5-minute party hack. Ready to see how to make your own DIY Cheers champagne flutes?
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DIY CHEERS CHAMPAGNE FLUTES
SKILL LEVEL: Literally too easy to quantify.
TIME: 5 minutes.
WHAT YOU NEED:
+ washi tape (optional)
WHAT YOU DO:
Surprise! There’s only one step! Slap some STICKERS on those glasses and get back to the important stuff: drinking all the bubbly and dancing in a sparkly dress.
I did use washi tape to keep my letters straight, so I suppose if you want to be really technical, applying the tape counts as another step. But still, two steps to a modern New Year’s Eve DIY idea ain’t bad.
Plus, if you write “cheers” in different languages, the words count as DIY glass markers so your guests can tell their glasses apart. Isn’t it nice to have a craft that multitasks? Pictured here are English (obvs), German, Irish, and Italian.
I bet my fellow Boston readers know how to pronounce Slainte. (It’s not how you think).
I KNOW, the sparkling apple cider is a bummer. Sadly even just a sip of the real stuff gives me a migraine. But that just means when I party, it’s aaaallllll me, baby.
Besides the Kiss Me at Midnight garland, this is only my second ever New Year’s Eve craft. Would you like to see more? I’m not a huge New Year’s Eve person as my friends are usually away and I end up watching the Twilight Zone marathon on SyFy (that sounds pathetic but is actually really fun). But I aim to please the party people!
What are YOU doing for New Year’s Eve this year? And do you have any intentions for 2018? I think I’m going to set my sights a little lower and just focus on “surviving.” 😉