NYE - 2020 Style!

 It's been a year.  Everything is weird, including the holidays, and that will include New Year's Eve.  Have no fear, I have a solution!  Tell me what you think......
grabbed a plastic container and a package of iridescent shreds from the dollar store. Then I bought a small bottle of champagne and put some Hershey's Kisses in a cello bag with a cute tag.  I was practically done! 
 
The whole thing needed a little sign, so one was designed and cut from cardstock on my Cricut.  I added sparkly embossing powder:
 Tapped off the excess and heated it with my heat gun:
The black hat was glued on and the entire thing was attached to a wooden skewer painted white.
Everything was arranged in the container and it was done.  Now, there are other things that could be added: a noisemaker, champagne glass, NYE Hat, etc.  When I went looking, those things were not out on store shelves.  Since the Covid numbers have been rising around here, I wasn't going out again in search of them, so if you find them in your area, have at it - be creative!

Are you ready for my big New Year's Eve solution?

Create several of these and drop them off on the porches of your friends.  On New Year's Eve, have a Zoom party! 
  
Everyone has champagne!

Everyone has chocolate! 

Everyone is social distancing!

It doesn't get any better - or safer!

And, if you prefer a quieter evening, make them for everyone in your home - minus the champagne for the under 21 crowd.


So, there you have it.  New Year's Eve - 2020 - Covid-Style!


This will be my last regular post for 2020.  There will be one more Party In Your PJ's link party post next Tuesday, the 15th, then I am off for the holidays.  I can't wait to see all of you again in 2021.  
Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday season!

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    1. Thanks, Tania. We have to be creative this year!

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  2. Great idea! Enjoy your time off and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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  3. Great idea, Ann!! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Enjoy your time off and when you come back, I'd love a tutorial on how to use a heat gun. Have you done a post about that? I'm always perplexed. I don't own one, but would love to know more...xxoo

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    1. Thank you, Kim. Merry Christmas to you and your family. A heat gun is a great tool and I'd be happy to share a tutorial.

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  4. This is so cute and creative, Ann! I love it. Jut pinned and sending to my family. They're going to be so excited. Big hugs and Merry Christmas, CoCo

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    1. Thank you, CoCo. We have to think 'outside of the box' this year! Merry Christmas!

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  5. This is a fun idea!

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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  6. What a cute and sweet gift! Great way to share some joy to end this otherwise not-so-joyful year! Have a lovely holiday! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

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    1. Thank you, Kathleen. This has certainly been the year to think 'outside the box'!

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  7. Love this and can't wait to say goodbye to 2020! Featuring when my party opens. Thanks so much for sharing and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you!

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    1. Thank you so much, Carol! Merry Christmas!

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  8. This is such a cute idea!! I've featured it at the TFT party today. :)

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  9. This was a great idea! I'm sure your neighbors enjoyed them. Happy New Year to you and your family and I hope 2021 is better. The #HomeMattersParty is back this week and I look forward to seeing what you have been up to.

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    1. Thank you, Donna. Happy New Year to you too! I'm looking forward to getting back into the routine.

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