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DIY Party Cups Dipped in Confetti

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

DIY Party Cups Dipped in Confetti

Hiii – Jessica here from The Confetti Bar, the coolest confetti shop on the block, where we believe happiness should be celebrated! It’s my mission in life to confetti all kinds of things, and party crafts are always at the top of the list.

I did a crazy pineapple centerpiece and some champagne bottles that I know are going to make a statement.

But then I also did these goodie bags, DIY envelopes (for your invites!), and this DIY confetti banner! If you’re truly going to have a confetti themed celebration, it’s not going to be enough. You’re going to want to confetti some cups.

These easy DIY party cups are quick to whip up, but will certainly make your next event extra special (and colorful!). They’re perfect for birthday, graduation, wedding, and just about any celebration.

DIY Party Cups

Did I mention they are REALLY easy to make and the supplies are inexpensive? Learn how to do it below (keep reading).

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

Supplies:

  • Plastic (or paper) party cups
  • Confetti!
  • Mod Podge Matte (you can use any kind, but if you want to get a little extra fancy, try some Sparkle Mod Podge so you get a subtle glitter effect behind the confetti!)
  • Sponge brush (+ a plate to pour the Mod Podge to dip your brush for easy application)
These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.
These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

Start by adding a thick layer of Mod Podge to the bottom 1/3 – 1/2 of your party cups.

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.
These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

Then roll your cup in a pile of colorful confetti. (You may need to “press” the confetti on with your hand in some spots.)

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.
These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

Repeat with all of your party cups and let dry completely. *If you want a “fuller” confetti look, once you let the first layer of confetti dry, go back in for a second coat of Mod Podge and confetti.

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.
These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

And there you have it — pretty party-ware that is sure to have your guests eager to toast and shout “Cheers!”

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

When choosing your perfect color palette, remember we have tons of pre-made confetti options in our shop, but if you want something extra cool we also specialize in custom confetti!

These budget friendly party cups are dipped in confetti! If you need some easy decor for your next celebration, get the tutorial here.

You can also check out our blog for more fun (like 10 Times Confetti Looked Good Enough to Eat)!

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