New Year’s Eve Party Ideas : Cheers Party Bottles

Earlier this season I was browsing through the Anthropologie website (something I find myself doing often 😉 ) and I found these darling milk bottles that had seasonal sayings on them in gold.  Cute sayings like “cheers” and “sips” that I thought would be perfect for a New Year’s Eve party.  I bookmarked the page so that I could pick some up as New Year’s Eve Party planning got closer.  Well, earlier this week I went back to purchase some and BAM!  They were SOLD OUT! I was so bummed…until I thought about it for a minute and realized that I could recreate this cute party bottle pretty easily with a few supplies that I already had lying around the house.  Want to make some for your own New Year’s Eve party?

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Here’s the easy tutorial:

SUPPLIES

Plastic Milk Bottles (you can use glass too…the Starbucks bottles work well too if you have those around the house.  Just peel off the label and wa-la!)

Gold Paint Marker

That’s it!

DIRECTIONS

Clean and dry your bottles.  Make sure the surface where you are going to write is completely dry.  Write fun sentiments on your bottle with the gold paint marker. Let dry completely.

Fill bottles with drink of your choice, serve and enjoy!

The Anthropologie version:

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and our homemade version:

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Pretty cute, right?  Not bad for a minimal investment in both time and supplies.  This is a fun New Year’s Eve party idea!  The gold marker shimmers and shines and has a great glossy metallic finish.

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Looking for other New Year’s Eve party ideas?  Check out our DIY party gallery.  Ooh…and don’t miss our great party appetizers and this YUMMY sparkling cider pound cake…SO good!

Have a great day!
Tammy

Tammy

Tammy

Owner at Pink Peppermint Design
Tammy Mitchell is the founder and creative director of lifestyle blog pinkpeppermintdesign.com. Along with being a homeschooling mom of two kiddos, she is also an in-demand prop and event stylist, photographer, interior and graphic designer. Here on Pink Peppermint Design, she aims to share creative DIY projects, easy entertaining and gift ideas, inspiring interiors and events, as well as her life, with thousands of readers every month. She lives in Southern California, with her husband and two children.
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