Sparkly tinsel garlands make flashy party decor for New Year's Eve.
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How to Make the Tinsel New Year's Number Banner
This New Year's greeting is a grand way to make amends for holiday cards that didn't go out in December (you're not alone!).
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How to Make the New Year's Clip-Art Envelope Greeting
Ball-shaped ornaments displayed in glass flutes mimic the rising bubbles.
Put guests in a bubbly mood with these invites
Invitations That Pop
Classic mimosas get a fresh twist -- and a pretty, rosy hue -- when they're mixed with pink grapefruit juice instead of the usual orange juice.
Here's an illuminating way to point guests to the party: Put your house number in lights.
Guests will go dotty for confetti decorated with their own smiling faces.
Strike a sweet note with cookies packaged in CD envelopes and sealed with festive tags.
Cookie Gift Sleeve
For a contemporary centerpiece that turns into party favors at the stroke of midnight, arrange a group of colorful noisemakers on top of a cake stand.
New Year's All Over
Light New Year's Food
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Clip Art and Templates for New Year's
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New Year's Party Appetizers
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Our clever organizing tips will get your house in tip-top shape this year.
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