Ring in the new year with a simple DIY decoration made from party supplies. Everything I used for this wreath came pre-glittered, which means very little fuss or mess!
New Year’s Eve party cutouts (like these)
hot glue gun
duct & masking tape
a few dozen paper clips
Arrange your noisemakers into a circle, paper clipping them together to keep in place (see blue circles below for where to clip them). Cut a ring out of cardboard that is large enough for your wreath, reinforcing with duct tape if necessary.
Hot glue 3-6 noisemakers at a time to the cardboard ring to create the first part of your wreath.
You can stop at this point like I almost did, but I kept feeling like the wreath was a little bare. Plus the cardboard peeking through behind the plastic of the noisemakers was bugging me a little.
For the inner ring of the wreath, I hot glued my ready-to-go tissue paper pinwheel in the center of the horns. Then I taped my New Year’s Eve party cutouts to the center with masking tape so I can swap out some of the different cutouts as I see fit.
Let dry completely before hanging. This is a super easy & affordable project that really packs a punch. It’s about 2 feet around, so it will look great hanging above a dessert table or on your front door. Your New Year’s guests will be surprised to learn this epic wreath is made of discount store party favors!