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  • Overview
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New Year's Day

January 1 can be as relaxed or as celebratory as you like. Host an open-house brunch party, cook a special dinner for loved ones, or simply reflect on ways to make the new year even better than the last.

January 1 can be as relaxed or as celebratory as you like. Host an open-house brunch party, cook a special dinner for loved ones, or simply reflect on ways to make the new year even better than the last.

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Leftover holiday paper gets a fresh start when used to make decorations for a New Year's party. We used metallic paper to make two decorations: streamers of shimmering circles that descend from above like the Times Square ball and a set of party-worthy tray liners for serving drinks. For a final bit of recycling, we grabbed small tart tins from the kitchen and used the shiny containers to hold tea lights.