Printable: New Year’s Resolutions

Written by Sara Albers and Melissa Fenlon of  Alice & Lois

Are you throwing an intimate gathering or a big soirée this New Year’s Eve? We designed a colorful New Year’s Resolutions printable for you to download and print for your party, no matter how many guests you have coming over. This printable is designed to be used by both adults and kids with questions like “I Want To Learn,” “I Want To Go,” and “I Want To Be.”

You can set up a table next to the cocktails with enough printables for each guest. Throw some colorful confetti and noisemakers, along with pens, so your guests can starts dreaming up where they want to go and what they want to learn for the new year. You can also use these at each place setting if you’re hosting a dinner party on New Year’s Eve. Throw some gold confetti on the table and scatter some pens to invite your guests to participate in creating their resolutions.

Supplies:
• White card stock
• Pens

Steps:
1. Download our free New Year’s Resolutions Printable and print on white card stock.
2. Distribute to guests at your New Year’s party!

Photos: Melissa Fenlon


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DIY: Recycled Holiday-Card Garland

Written by Kathleen Ballos of  Snowdrop & Co

New Year’s Eve has never been a massive affair for us—usually we end up at home watching movies or playing board games with friends and family, snacking on chocolate fondue. We don’t put away Christmas decorations until New Year’s Day, so it still feels a bit like Christmas. When I’m tidying up I never quite know what to do with holiday cards, so this year I thought it would be neat to turn them into a garland for New Year’s Eve. I think I’ll even keep it up the rest of January to keep the mood festive for a few weeks longer. Happy New Year!

DIY Recycled Holiday Card Garland | Julep DIY Recycled Holiday Card Garland | Julep

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DIY: New Year’s Eve Drink Stirrers

Written by Sara Albers and Melissa Fenlon of Alice & Lois

Looking for a quick way to add a festive touch to your New Year’s Eve cocktails? We’ve created these simple DIY drink stirrers with bamboo skewers and gold ribbon. A little touch of gold goes a long way at the cocktail bar. It’s fun to add a little DIY personal touch to your celebration this holiday season.

Whip up these simple DIY drink stirrers for New Year's Eve Make these cute DIY drink stirrers in under five minutes

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New Year’s Resolutions Printable

I’m not religious about making resolutions but I do love the feeling of fresh starts and goal setting to kick off a new year. To help, here’s your official “2016, I’m Coming for You!” printable that you can fill with things you’d like to work on, as well as things you’ll be giving up this coming year. Sorry, kale—2016 is the year I’m going to stop pretending I like you.

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DIY: Watercolor New Year’s Eve Party Hat

By Melissa Fenlon and Sara Albers of  Alice & Lois

Get ready to ring in the New Year with these DIY watercolor party hats. We love to include the kids in prepping for New Year’s Eve celebrations and these party hats are simple and artistic even for the little ones. What we love about these is that you can pick the watercolors to coordinate with your color scheme for your festivities.

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