Clever way to celebrate with confetti this New Year's Eve
A New Year's party isn't a party without confetti.
Erin Furey, associate crafts editor at Martha Stewart, shares her favorite types of confetti and one brilliant idea for a New Year's Eve your friends and family will be talking about for years to come: the confetti balloon!
To make it, you'll need:
- Helium tank (or you can blow the balloons up with air)
- Curling ribbon
- Insert funnel into balloon.
- Fill it up with confetti.
- If you need an extra push to get the confetti inside the balloon, a chopstick does the trick.
- Blow up the balloon.
- Tie the end with your curling ribbon.
- Pop the balloons at the stroke of midnight! Happy New Year!
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