Wowee! 2018 flew by! It’s time to celebrate the new year.
I have young kids, so New Year’s is pretty tiring, but we’ve compiled a list of ideas of fun traditions to do: fondue for dinner and dessert, sparklers, Martinellis, a year-end awards show, and it’s off to bed by 10.
This year, we are inviting our neighbors and we’ll add a photo booth to the mix.
The best photo booths have the biggest impact, and here’s an inexpensive one.
– Big sheet of cardboard (I get mine at Costco)
– Yellow Poster paper (I get mine at the craft store)
– Razor blade (or something to cut the cardboard with)
– Spray glue
– Fishing Line
- Trace the cardboard into a moon shape (You can make a makeshift circle compass by tacking some string in the middle of the paper and tying a marker to the end of the string. This will help to make the outside perfectly round.)
- Cut the moon out of the cardboard
- Trace the cardboard moon on the yellow paper
- Spray the glue on the cardboard and lay the paper down.
- Cut two tiny holes on the top of the moon and tie fishing line to each and tie the holes to hang.
I added two star garlands and these gold paper pinwheel fans. (My daughters tangled the third star garland so I cut out the stars and taped them to the balloons.)
Happiest New Year!!! Can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store!!!