Mirrored New Year's Eve Photo Backdrop

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Silver hanging garland created from 
mirrored card stock can be the hit of your 
New Year's Eve party photo booth. 

Mirrored New Year's Eve Photo Backdrop


I showed this DIY along with several others for 
a segment I did for 


Using both a 1 1/2 " and a 2"  hole punch I punched holes out of mirrored and glittered card stock.

Mirrored New Year's Eve Photo Backdrop

On my very long dining room table, I stretched out cotton string to a length of 7'. Alternating glittered circles with the mirrored circles, I hot glued them together around the string.

Mirrored New Year's Eve DIY Photo Backdrop

Mirrored New Year's Eve DIY Photo Backdrop

Using larger circles, I filled in the remaining 
spaces with random circles.

For this project I made 4 strings of garland as a sample.  

The glittered circles catch the light and create beautiful 
sparkly rainbow colors.

In the photo below you can see where 
I had room to add larger circles to the spaces if needed.

Mirrored New Year's Eve DIY Photo Backdrop

At the top I attached the strings to a wrapping paper
tube covered in mirrored card stock giving it a finished look. 

A string through the tube hangs the garland.

Mirrored New Year's Eve DIY Photo Backdrop

Mirrored New Year's Eve DIY Photo Backdrop

Depending on your need you could create this garland 
as long or as wide as necessary.  Hanging more than one section together can create a photo backdrop for awesome 
New Year's Eve photos and selfies.

I'm hanging mine over my curtains on either side of the window for a little New Year's Eve sparkle.

Also check out the DIY's for the other New Years 
Projects on the show!




See my segment on

Happy and Healthy New Year!

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