I'm one of those that is always saying, "Gosh! I can't believe it is the last day of the year!" Are you one of those? It sure feels like time flies, isn't it.
I'll be home with my family waiting for the new year to arrive, my kids love to wait until midnight, then, they go to bed.
In order to do a mini celebration I dressed the kitchen table for the occasion with a New Year's tablescape.
I used a plastic tablecloth to draw a clock on it. The tablecloth was taped on the floor and with a wooden ruler that I previously drilled some holes into, created the circles.
I used a helping hand in the center of the circle to keep the ruler from moving, and traced each of the three circles.
Then, it was time to draw those easy Roman numerals, simple lines, no need for stencils or stamps, just a little ruler. And let me tell you, this is the most INACCURATE clock I've ever seen! Some spaces are bigger than others :) but, that's OK .
Here it is all finished and ready be cut out.
After it was cut out, I couldn't wait to put it on the table on top of a real tablecloth.
Cute clock napkin rings made with ribbon and charms bought at Michael's, completed the theme.
Some more bling and we are ready for our little celebration. ;)
You might also like to see this sparkly last minute new year's eve tablescape.
Or these 10 Amazing New Year's eve Party Ideas.
Happy New Year!
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