10 DIY Hacks for New Year Party at Home

Throwing a large party comes with a lot of fun, but also a huge bill. One solution to this problem can be making your own party paraphernalia for your house party, in your own house! So, for the next party you're throwing make sure it's with a bang, not a fizzle. Take your party to a whole new level with these 10 DIY hacks. From food and drinks to eco-friendly decor, you are sure to make this party more impressive for your guests with these creative projects.

Check them out and let us know which one is your favourite in the comment section below.

1. Frozen water balloons
Frozen water balloons

Instead of ice, fill clear ice buckets with frozen water balloons to keep your bottles cold without having to open the fridge time and again.

2. Watermelon Shot Glasses
Watermelon Shot Glasses
You are looking at your watermelon and you are like "Hmm, what fun thing can I do with it?". Well, why not scoop out the insides to make shot glasses out of the watermelon?

3. Dip shot glasses
 Dip shot glasses
For the ones who do not want to use the watermelon shot glasses. We have another solution for fun shot glasses. Keep melted chocolate and sprinklers in a bowl beside the shot glasses which you can dip into and let your guests enjoy a tasty and colourful treat.

4. Tape giant confetti to your walls
Tape giant confetti to your walls
Cut a few interesting shapes like circles or stars out of sheets of colourful paper and stick them to your wall.
P.s. The paper can be glittery too.

5. Coloured light bulbs
Coloured light bulbs
Replace those regular light bulbs with coloured ones and see how your humble abode transforms into a glitzy, psychedelic den.The roaring 70’s are back!

6. Garnish the glasses
 Garnish the glasses
Garnish those tall wine glasses with cotton candy. Or, pour a champagne over a pink cotton candy-filled glass and watch the colour change. Who said candy is only for kids?

7. Prepare cake pops
Prepare cake pops
Cake pops at home parties are definitely a crowd pleaser. They are as delicious as they are pretty.
Tip: Dipping these cake pops in chocolate helps them stay moist and delicious.

8. Party poppers
Skip store-bought poppers and make your own. How? Images below.
 Party poppers
 Party poppers

9.  Party hats/masks
Party hats/masks
Party hats/masks
Make your own party hats and masks to give your guests when they enter your house. Makes for a fun theme party too…

10. Chandelier
Chandelier
Only if the centre of your home is lit with the brightest colours, your party preparations end right there. Make a bright chandelier out of glow sticks and let the centrepiece at the centre of discussion for many parties to come.

To make life easier while hiring a DJ or a bartender for your home party, download the LIS App here

Image credits: thekitchn.com, sheknows.com, cbc.ca, buzzfeed.com, lightingstyles.co.uk, abd-news.com, keepitsweetdesserts.com, honestlyyum.com, makeandtakes.com

Liveinstyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

10 DIY Hacks for New Year Party at Home

10 DIY Home Party Hacks for Last Minute Preparations
Lorraine Parakel

Throwing a large party comes with a lot of fun, but also a huge bill. One solution to this problem can be making your own party paraphernalia for your house party, in your own house! So, for the next party you're throwing make sure it's with a bang, not a fizzle. Take your party to a whole new level with these 10 DIY hacks. From food and drinks to eco-friendly decor, you are sure to make this party more impressive for your guests with these creative projects.

Check them out and let us know which one is your favourite in the comment section below.

1. Frozen water balloons
Frozen water balloons

Instead of ice, fill clear ice buckets with frozen water balloons to keep your bottles cold without having to open the fridge time and again.

2. Watermelon Shot Glasses
Watermelon Shot Glasses
You are looking at your watermelon and you are like "Hmm, what fun thing can I do with it?". Well, why not scoop out the insides to make shot glasses out of the watermelon?

3. Dip shot glasses
 Dip shot glasses
For the ones who do not want to use the watermelon shot glasses. We have another solution for fun shot glasses. Keep melted chocolate and sprinklers in a bowl beside the shot glasses which you can dip into and let your guests enjoy a tasty and colourful treat.

4. Tape giant confetti to your walls
Tape giant confetti to your walls
Cut a few interesting shapes like circles or stars out of sheets of colourful paper and stick them to your wall.
P.s. The paper can be glittery too.

5. Coloured light bulbs
Coloured light bulbs
Replace those regular light bulbs with coloured ones and see how your humble abode transforms into a glitzy, psychedelic den.The roaring 70’s are back!

6. Garnish the glasses
 Garnish the glasses
Garnish those tall wine glasses with cotton candy. Or, pour a champagne over a pink cotton candy-filled glass and watch the colour change. Who said candy is only for kids?

7. Prepare cake pops
Prepare cake pops
Cake pops at home parties are definitely a crowd pleaser. They are as delicious as they are pretty.
Tip: Dipping these cake pops in chocolate helps them stay moist and delicious.

8. Party poppers
Skip store-bought poppers and make your own. How? Images below.
 Party poppers
 Party poppers

9.  Party hats/masks
Party hats/masks
Party hats/masks
Make your own party hats and masks to give your guests when they enter your house. Makes for a fun theme party too…

10. Chandelier
Chandelier
Only if the centre of your home is lit with the brightest colours, your party preparations end right there. Make a bright chandelier out of glow sticks and let the centrepiece at the centre of discussion for many parties to come.

To make life easier while hiring a DJ or a bartender for your home party, download the LIS App here

Image credits: thekitchn.com, sheknows.com, cbc.ca, buzzfeed.com, lightingstyles.co.uk, abd-news.com, keepitsweetdesserts.com, honestlyyum.com, makeandtakes.com

Liveinstyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

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