Ring in the new year with sparkly fun by printing out your glittery Happy New Year banner printable and matching wine bottle label. (updated!)
How do you celebrate your New Year’s Eve?
There was a time when the Husband and I would purchase tickets to an event at a downtown bar, consume too much low-quality wine (or liquor), and then make our way back to one of our apartments to sleep well into the first day of the New Year.
But then, we grew up, got married, moved to the suburbs, and started a family. And now life is much simpler.
If we’re lucky, one or two kids are typically in bed a little bit before midnight. Then the husband opens a bottle of good champagne, and midnight comes and goes simply enjoying each other’s company.
Adding a Fun Happy New Year Banner Printable
Now that our kids are getting older, New Year’s Eve is taking on a more celebratory tone…and you know I love that!
Everyone loves a fun banner to set the tone for a party. And even if it’s just a party with our little family, why not set the tone with something that sparkles as much as our evening?
Which is why I designed this kid-friendly glittery Happy New Year banner printable.
Sparkles are built right into the design…which means you don’t need to worry about glitter getting everywhere. Yay!
Of course, you can feel free to add a little bit of real glitter…I know my kids would love that.
Updated for 2020: Now Two Versions!
I love the original design with its crisp black and gold glitter border and the gold glitter lettering inside. Not too girly, not too masculine. Just right.
But since this is the fourth year updating this banner, I thought it was time to change things up a bit. So I added a version with black lettering, which is perfect for an ultra-crisp and classic look.
Plus Matching Wine Bottle Labels
Of course, I couldn’t forget our traditional bottle of champagne.
No matter whether we serve ourselves a rare vintage, or something less expensive, it feels extra special with a matching label.
The banners and bottle label are available for sale in my shop, but newsletter subscribers can get a special discount code in the Resources Library to get a copy of the banner and wine bottle label for free!
Tips for Making the Most of Your Printables
- Make sure to print out your designs on high quality card stock or photo paper. (Photo paper will work best with the glitter effect)
- Allow the ink to dry completely (I like to let photo paper dry overnight) before cutting out your designs with a straight edge paper cutter or a Cricut cutting machine.
- If your kids are old enough, get them involved in cutting out the printables! They’ll love it.
- Hang your bunting triangles on pretty ribbon or sturdy baker’s twine.
- I love using clear Command Hooks for hanging buntings. You can easily slip a loop of twine around them, and they’ll hold!
- If you need a little extra support, Blu-Tac is the best. (seriously, I keep this stuff available constantly)
More New Year’s Eve Fun
- Printable New Year’s Eve Mask Craft for Kids
- Classic Champagne Cocktail Recipe
- New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Garnish for Kids
- Clear slime recipe with New Year’s Eve Confetti
Now It’s Your Turn
Whether you’re staying in with the family, or hosting a big bash, a little bit of mess-free glitter will definitely make your night more fun.
Grab the discount code for the printable New Year’s Eve banners from the resources library and have a blast ringing in the new year together.
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Note: These files are being offered through my printables shop. You will need to complete the checkout process in order to receive the files, but a 100% discount is applied through the link/code in the printables library. Due to the high resolution and large file size, I recommend that the files are downloaded on a laptop or PC and not a mobile device.
How do you celebrate New Year’s Eve?
Do you have any fun New Year family traditions?
*This article was originally posted in December 2017 and has been updated for the New Year.*