3 DIY Ways to Deck Out Your Party With Disco Balls

No dance floor? No worries! These disco ball DIYs are sure to liven up the party!

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Give your party a groovy makeover with shiny stirrers, cups and sunglasses.
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Everyone thinks the same thing when they see a disco ball: time to party! Don’t fret if you don’t have room for a real disco ball and dance floor at your next gathering. Instead, DIY your way to a funky-fresh party full of '70s-inspired bling.

1970s-Inspired Stirrer

Transform a small Styrofoam ball into a disco ball with just a few easy-to-find materials. Secure the end of a string of sequin trim to the ball with a pin and roll the trim around in a spiral securing with a pin every few sequins until the entirety of the foam ball is covered. Use scissors to cut off the excess and slide the ball on to a wooden skewer. Garnish your favorite cocktail for a dreamy disco drinking experience!

A Bright Cocktail With a Disco Ball Stirrer

A Bright Cocktail With a Disco Ball Stirrer

This festive cocktail is made even more festive with the addition of a disco ball stirrer garnishing it. The stirrer is a foam ball sitting atop a wooden skewer.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Groovy Glass

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Where there are disco-themed cocktail stirrers, there are bound to be disco-themed cocktail glasses as well. To make yours, simply cover a small dollar-store glass bowl with adhesive mirror tiles. Before you know it, you’ll have a miniature disco ball worthy of your favorite cocktail.

Three Disco Ball Glasses On Top of a Bart Cart

Three Disco Ball Glasses On Top of a Bart Cart

This bar cart is made to look extra festive and inviting with the addition of glasses made to look like disco balls. Adhesive mirror tiles transform the ordinary glasses into party-ready decor.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Sweet Shades

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

To make these party-approved disco glasses, all you need is a large pair of sunglasses with a wide plastic rim around the frames. Chances are, you have some in a drawer somewhere that you’ve forgotten about. Just line the plastic frame with adhesive mirror tiles until fully covered, and get ready to be the life of the party!

A Girl At Party Flashing Eyes Over Disco Glasses

A Girl At Party Flashing Eyes Over Disco Glasses

A girl wears a pair of glasses that have been crafted to look like disco balls. Adhesive mirror tiles were stuck to the black glasses to achieve the effect.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

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