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)
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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