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More FREE 2012 New Year’s Eve Printables!

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With all the cuteness around the web, I just had to stop in and share more of the links I've found for free 2012 New Year's Printables! They are SO cute! and FREE! So start your printers, ladies (and gents!) and get crafting for a night to remember! My dearest friend, Kori of Paper & Pigtails, designed up these … { Continue Reading }

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Setting the Mood for New Year’s Eve 2012!

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Ever have trouble putting your finger on just the right combination of colors and style to set the mood for your party? Do Driver of Piggy Bank Parties walks us through her vision and inspiration for three different New Years Eve party styles. ¬†It really is amazing how a simple switch in color can make such a huge impact on a … { Continue Reading }

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2012 Free Printable Calendar from Anna & Blue Paperie!

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We are all lucky ducks here this week! The sweet Anna and Blue Paperie¬†{etsy shop} has decided to give all our readers her gorgeous 2011 desktop calendar! Wooo-hoo! Time to get organized, ladies! It gets sweeter; once a month is over, it turns into a notecard making 12 unique notecards (fits 4 bar envelope). Simply print, … { Continue Reading }

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A Pink Metallic New Year’s Eve Party

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I love all things metallic - they have a subtle shine and a festive touch. Enjoy these ideas for adding a metallic look to your New Year's Eve bash! Don't worry, it doesn't have to break the bank. Visit your local dollar store or party store to find inexpensive star decorations. Hang them from light fixtures or scatter across … { Continue Reading }

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2012 New Year’s Eve Printables + Party Ideas!

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New Year's Eve is coming right up so we're sharing some simple ideas to entertain in style as we ring in 2012 and say goodbye to 2011! I love this super colorful New Years Eve party from Lisa Storms for Fiskars! I love the idea of using wine or champagne corks with a simple slit cut in the top to hold countdown numbers! The … { Continue Reading }

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