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Confetti Champagne Bottle for New Years

Use your favorite party confetti and Mod Podge to customize a champagne bottle for New Years Eve! This is one of those new years crafts that is great for weddings too, or any other celebration.

Skills Required: None. Even if you’ve never crafted before, you’ll be able to accomplish this project. You’ll be Mod Podging and then sprinkling confetti.

Confetti Champagne Bottle for New Years

Hey, hey! Jessica here from The Confetti Bar, the coolest party confetti shop on the block, where we believe happiness should be celebrated! I love parties and party crafts, especially those that are very easy.

Today I’ve got an extra special DIY that is perfect for your next New Year’s Eve party or wedding (or any occasion worth busting out some bubbly!): a confetti dipped champagne bottle!

This is one of those new years crafts that’s easy for even an inexperienced crafter. Here’s how it’s done.

Confetti Champagne Bottle

Gather These Supplies

  • Champagne bottle (or try sparkling cider for an alcohol-free choice!)
  • Confetti!
  • Mod Podge Matte
  • Sponge brush (+ maybe a plate to pour the Mod Podge to dip your brush for easy application)
Champagne bottle covered in Mod Podge

Start by covering your bottle in a thick layer of Mod Podge. (All except the foil-covered top!)

Confetti sprinkled over a bottle covered in Mod Podge

Grab a handful of confetti and sprinkle over the bottle. You’ll want to sprinkle and press to make sure it sticks.

Use your favorite party confetti and Mod Podge to customize a champagne bottle for New Years Eve! Great for weddings too, or any other celebration.

Keep sprinkling and pressing the confetti onto the bottle until the whole thing is covered. Let dry for a couple of hours.

Confetti sprinkled on a champagne bottle

Once the Mod Podge has set a bit, go in for a second coat. (Layer more Mod Podge & confetti and let dry completely.)

Champagne bottle decoration with confetti
Looking down on a champagne bottle covered in black and white confetti, with a glitter champagne flute laying on its side

There you have it! One of the easiest new years crafts ever. Now tell me, doesn’t this confetti champagne bottle just scream “CELEBRATION TIME”?

You can give it as a gift, pop it open when the clock strikes midnight on NYE, or even use some empty bottles as decoration.

Wedding number champagne bottle with confetti

Bonus idea: Attach a number card (like this cute one from Tinsel and Flair) and use as table numbers for a wedding, birthday, or anniversary.

Yield: 1 bottle

Champagne Bottle Decoration

Confetti Champagne Bottle for New Years

Learn how to decorate a confetti champagne bottle with Mod Podge - perfect for New Years, wedding, graduation, birthday, or any other celebration.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 35 minutes
Dry Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 40 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $2

Materials

  • Champagne bottle
  • Confetti
  • Mod Podge

Tools

  • Paintbrush

Instructions

  1. Start by covering the bottle in a thick layer of Mod Podge (except the foil-covered top!).
  2. Grab a handful of confetti and sprinkle over the bottle. You'll want to sprinkle and press to make sure it sticks.
  3. Keep sprinkling and pressing the confetti onto the bottle until the whole thing is covered. Let dry for a couple of hours.
  4. Repeat with a second layer of confetti and Mod Podge to full cover. Let dry completely before displaying.

Notes

I didn't add the cost of the champagne in the cost of this project - because as you know, that varies greatly to say the least!

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If you like this New Year’s craft idea, try these New Year’s Eve decoupage glitter glasses:

Make beautiful glitter glasses with Mod Podge to celebrate New Year's Eve - or any other celebration. The best part is you can wash these!

We’ve got you covered in the whole confetti department in our shop. (EXTRA BONUS: you can even tack on a few custom confetti pieces at the end with a bit of glue!)

{Giant sequins and table number by Tinsel and Flair}

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Carmen

Wednesday 14th of December 2016

Great. I can do that for my New Year's Eve party. Thank you.

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