New Years Centerpiece

Christmas is over!! Do feel like it just came and went so quickly? That’s how I feel! As we’re busy getting our house back in order and taking down Christmas decor, we are preparing for the New Year.

Not sure what everyone does but we always have a nice, big family party at my parents. To get into the New Year Spirit a little more I decided to make a little New Years Centerpiece. I was inspired by my good friend, Steph’s (of Somewhat Simple’s) Christmas Centerpiece. I thought a New Year’s piece would be just as cute, so this is what I made:

It turned out so fun and festive, and I can’t wait to share with you how I did it.

Here is what you’ll need to make one:

SUPPLIES:

– Plastic Planter Box {from Lowe’s}

– Rustoleum Metallic Spray Paint {from Lowe’s}

– Floral Foam

– Silver & Gold Christmas Ornaments

– Silver & Gold Beaded Necklaces

– Chipboard

– Mod Podge

– Glitter

– Skewers

DIRECTIONS:

1. Gather all your supplies together.

2. Spray your planter box with Rustoleum Metallic Finish Spray Paint (whichever color you like). The key is to do lots of light coats. Let finish.

3. Add floral foam to your box. Fill with ornaments.

4. Add your beads to the box as well.

5. Trace and cut out 2-0-1-3 numbers from chipboard. Add a thin layer of mod podge as well as some glitter to the numbers. Let dry. Hot glue to skewers. Add your numbers into your planter by inserting into the floral foam.

Now you have a cute, festive and inexpensive New Year’s Centerpiece. What’s great is I bought all the ornaments either last year after Christmas making them half off or at the dollar store, which made it about $3-$4 for all of them. The beads were from Party City for .25/each.

I love that this turned out so Sparkly and fun and didn’t take long to make at all – my kind of cute craft!

For more creative inspiration, visit Lowes Creative Ideas and Lowes.com

And for more tutorials be sure to check out the Tutorial Gallery HERE.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lowes. All opinions are 100% mine.

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  1. 1

    That is really cute, I like that a lot!
    sue @ cakeballs, cookies and more recently posted..Chocolate Covered Oreos with Chocolate TransfersMy Profile

  2. 2

    Simple and pretty. Just how I like it. Pinned and thanks for sharing!

  3. 3

    Love it!!!

  4. 4

    What a great idea, we always get caught up in centerpieces for Thanksgiving and Christmas but I personally have never seen a well put together centerpiece for New Years other than a cheap paper one from a party store. Great tutorial.
    Angela – My Personal Accent recently posted..Comment on Simple Unique Brooch Cabinet/Drawer Knobs by AngelaMy Profile


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