These handy New Years printables will not only be a fun project for your guests to make but will also help them keep track of their beverage.
Whether you’re planning on having a large party or small gathering for New Year’s Eve, having these handy Champagne Glass Labels will not only be a fun project for your guests to make but will also help them keep track of their beverage. You gotta love a fun and practical craft! Here’s how to use these New Years printables.
First things first, you’re going to want to print out however many pages of the glass labels you’ll need (12 labels per page). Please refrain from using for commercial purposes.
If you’re having a smaller party, you can probably get away with cutting all the labels out by hand. I cut this entire sheet in about 15 minutes.
If you’re having a larger party and need more labels than you’re willing to cut, I highly suggest having a cutting machine to do the dirty work.
And that’s it! Just leave out the labels and a few colored markers near your beverage station, clearly visible to your guests. You might want to start off one with your own resolution so that everyone else understands what they’re for!
After filling in your resolution, just used the small slit to wrap the label around your glass. Depending on the shape of your champagne flutes, the label may or may not lay flat along the bottom. Don’t worry, that label isn’t going anywhere!
How much fun is it going to be to have everyone walking around with their resolutions at your party? They’ll be great conversation starters and no one will have to worry about accidentally grabbing the wrong glass! Alcoholic or not, nobody wants to sip from a perfect stranger’s glass, right?
I’m so happy to be able to share these New Year Champagne Glass Labels with all of you! They’re practical, fun, and perfect for any party. Hope everyone has a wonderful New Year full of love, laughs, and fulfilled resolutions!
For more New Year’s ideas, check out these posts!
- 15 Easy DIY Decorations for New Year’s Eve
- Resolution Bracelet
- Holiday Survival Kit
- Yearly Interview for Kids
Vanessa Brady is the mother of two small boys and a lifelong craft junkie. Vanessa’s craft tutorials can be found at numerous blogs, publications, and her mother’s brag book. Visit Tried & True for more original projects and free printables!