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Host a Christmas Ornament-Making Party

By: Manvi Drona-Hidalgo
July 08, 2015
Celebrate the holidays by hosting an ornament-making party. Not only will guests leave with a new skill, the ornaments they make will remind them of your festive gathering all season long.
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Set the Scene

Create a festive and glamorous holiday party look by playing up metallics, fuchsia, tangerine, and pops of aqua and teal. Inspired by a zig-zag pattern, the color palette invokes energy, fun and cheer.

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Pretty RSVP

Step up your paper game with these free printable invitations! Line envelopes with matching glitter paper. (To get the same look, pour a few drops of glitter nail polish or multi-surface glitter paint on the dots.)

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Upcycle Your Old Ornaments

Old ornaments and Styrofoam balls can be piled in clear bowls. Group like items together and create handy tags that let guests know more about tools. Tip: Place decorative papers in a clear rectangle vase allowing visibility to assortment while keeping the station tidy.

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Bowled Over

Items such as sequins, beads, stamps, pins, glitter and bells look great in small round bowls. Plus, it keeps them accessible for everyone.

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