I hope you all are feeling ready for Christmas! I have a special treat for you today! My (incredibly talented) friend Taryn from Design Dining & Diapers is here today to share with you a simple DIY Party Favor Tutorial for your New Year’s Eve Celebrations. Taryn always comes up with the most clever ideas that are classic & chic. She also co-hosts a really fun party on Thursday evenings- Inspiration Gallery – so be sure to check that out & get to know her.
Hi New Friends! I’m Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers and it’s a really huge honor to be here today! I adore Gina and love love all of the things that she shares with all of you. Today, I’m going to be sharing an easy DIY News Years Party Favor that includes a free printable!
I’m all about using what I’ve got on hand and recycling, so I came up with these simple New Years Favors made entirely from recycled Christmas wrap! So before you are done wrapping tonight, be sure to save your scraps!
– 1 wrapping paper roll (cut into 4″ pieces)
– wrapping paper scraps
– ribbon scraps
Cut your wrapping paper into 5″ X 11″ strips. Tape one edge of the paper onto the roll and then roll it up.
Secure with an additional piece of tape.
Tie a ribbon onto one end, fill with your favorite candy and tie up the other side! See SUPER simple.
Then, print out your FREE printable by downloading it HERE.
Even if you just have a small gathering, it’s still fun to make favors for everyone, especially if they are just about FREE!
Check out my blog next week for more free New Year’s Printables!
And here are some of my other winter projects that you may like:
Thanks so much for having me over today Gina!
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas!
You see- I told you she was FABULOUS!!!!! Thanks you SO MUCH Taryn!!!!
I love having you here today!
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Hey, girl…just wanted to pop in and say Merry Christmas! You’ve been on my mind so much the last few weeks. I can only pray that God gives your sweet family an amazing holiday. XO!
The party favors are such a wonderful idea! Next year I will buy my wrapping paper with new years in mind!