1) Glass ornament ball.
2) Confetti (of various sizes).
3) Curly ribbon strips (in bright colors).
4) Paint marker.
5) Mini Funnel.
1. Carefully detach the top of the glass ornament and keep to a side.
2. Place the ribbon and confetti inside using the mini funnel.
3. Put the top back in place on the ornament.
4. Use a paint marker to write the year or date on the ornament. Keep aside to dry.
5. Tie curly ribbons around the top of the ornament (optional).
1) Card stock pieces - 4 or 5.
2) Wrapping paper.
5) Glue stick.
6) Adjustable circle cutter.
7) Jump rings.
1. Apply glue on both sides of card stock pieces.
2. Carefully cover the card stock pieces with wrapping paper.
3. Use adjustable circle cutter to cut out circles (graduating from 2 to 6 " diameter) from wrapped card stock.
4. Punch a hole at the top and bottom of all the circles, barring the smallest one.
5. Make one hole only at the top of the smallest circle.
6. Use jump rings to connect the circles, placing the largest at the top and smallest at the bottom.
7. Make more streamers in a similar manner.
8. Hang each streamer from ceiling using monofilament and a thumbtack.
1) One large empty lanyard spool.
2) Foamy Star - 1.
3) Foam Brush.
4) Paint (pereferably red).
5) Curling Ribbon.
6) A handful of beans/beads.
7) A pair of scissors.
8) Glue stick.
1. Dip the foam brush in paint and colour the spool.
2. Allow the paint to dry for sometime.
3. Glue one end of the foamie star. Stick it over the opening on one end of the spool.
4. Pour a few beans/beads in the other end.
5. Stick a foamie star over this end.
6. Cut long pieces out of the curling ribbon.
7. Tie the ribbon strips to the core of the spool and curl with scissors.
1) Styrofoam Ball - 1, of 2½" diameter.
2) Silver Metallic Pipe Cleaners - 10.
3) Crystal Beads - A handful.
4) Silver Glitter Paint.
5) Toothpicks - 8.
6) A long piece of tinsel stem.
7) A pair of scissors.
8) Glitter glue.
9) Hair pin.
1. Push eight toothpicks into the surface of the Styrofoam ball.
2. Paint the entire ball with glitter glue. The toothpicks will serve to keep the ball from sticking to your work surface.
3. Keep the ball to a side until the paint has fully dried.
4. Sever the tinsel stem into 1½ strips.
5. Push a bead into the middle of each tinsel stem piece. Twist the stem ends together and push into the Styrofoam ball.
6. Repeat the process until you have beads around the whole ball.
7. Push a hair pin into the ball. This will let you have a loop to attach a string.
8. Make similar balls and hang around your new year party zone. Or you can make one big ball and lower it right at the midnight hour just like the Times Square Ball at New York.