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Just in case you’ve read this and are having a minor panic, don’t worry we’ve got it covered. Here are our super-easy New Year DIY décor hacks that’ll put you in the party spirit post crackers and Brussels sprouts.
Before you rush to the recycling bin on Boxing Day, hold a few empties back and create this amazing decoration to help celebrate 2017 in the glammest way possible!
If you’re thinking…wait a minute, drinks trolley? What year is it?! Well, it’s 2016 and these vintage items are back in vogue and perfect for parties.
If you’re ahead of the curve and have your own or have read this and are about to start searching; use Rust-Oleum Metallic in Gold to bring your trolley into the 21st century and delight your guests with a stunningly chic drinks delivery service.
Welcome everyone with a brilliant hand-drawn wall message or party hats. Leave the chalk out for your guests to have their say! Your chalkboard will be a people magnet when the party’s in full swing and it’s bound to put a smile on your face the next morning.
All you need is a can of Rust-Oleum Chalkboard paint and you’re ready. Just remember to take a picture before you rub it off.
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You may have heard us talk about these before but that’s just because we love ‘em so much! This geometric wreath is bang on trend and most importantly, a great piece for Christmas AND New Year.
Believe it or not, this wreath is made from drinking straws and string. Customise yours with Rust-Oleum Metallic in Bright Gold or Bright Copper and no-one will ever know.
They’re every upcyclers favourite because they’re so easy to customise. Check out these beauties! Talk about super glam décor, you can just see them on your table sparkling the night away.
For some extra extravagance this New Year, adding the dipped effect or confetti style to your champagne flutes is a definite top up of style for the big toasts at midnight.
Using a Rust-Oleum Metallic Leafing Pen in Gold, write on your guests’ names and apply the polka dots. For a dipped effect, use Rust-Oleum Metallic in Bright Gold and simply mask off the glass and spray.
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This classy look is really easy to achieve with some white balloons and Rust-Oleum Metallic brush paint.
Blow up your balloons, grab your paintbrush and make stroke marks, but remember, it’s meant to look “messy”. A simple and satisfying way of making the inexpensive look luxurious.