DIY These Sparkling Rosé Confetti Poppers for New Year’s Eve
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DIY These Sparkling Rosé Confetti Poppers for New Year’s Eve

I think we can all agree that 2016 was the year of rosé! Even though summer weather is long behind us, I can’t help but look for ways to involve rosé treats in all celebrations. With New Year’s Eve right around the corner, I had no excuse — of course, I had to makeover these boring party store confetti poppers to look like playful bottles of rosé! Keep reading for detailed instructions. Cheers!!

Materials + Tools:

  • Champagne bottle-shaped confetti poppers
  • colored/patterned cardstock
  • glitter
  • white glue
  • paint
  • paintbrush
  • tape
  • scissors
  • silver marker
  • printable labels

Instructions:

  1. Carefully remove the foil topper and paint your Champagne bottle pink. If your bottle is shedding glitter, it can help to give it a quick once-over with sandpaper to remove the excess. Let the paint dry completely.
  2. Working in segments, apply white glue onto the pink bottle and sprinkle pink glitter onto the glued area. Cover the entire bottle in this way, except for the bottle top details. Let dry.
  3. If desired, use a silver pen to color in the metal details on the top, along with pale brown paint for the cork and let dry. Feel free to skip this step if you like — the foil will cover it later on.
  4. Recover the top with foil.
  5. Print the provided labels (or make your own) on colored cardstock or leftover wrapping paper. I cut each label to be 4 inches tall and 11 inches long, but this may vary depending on your confetti popper.
  6. Wrap the label around your rosé confetti popper and tape in place.

Carefully remove the foil topper and paint your Champagne bottle pink! If your bottle is shedding glitter, it can help to give it a quick once-over with sandpaper to remove the excess. If you can find a party store that carries Champagne confetti poppers NOT covered in glitter, you’re a step ahead! Because of the texture of the glitter, I applied more glitter on top to disguise this. For plain plastic, you can simply give it a coat of paint. Either way, let the paint dry completely and make sure the split in the plastic by the base doesn’t get sealed shut — you need to twist this to shoot the confetti out later!

Working in segments, apply white glue onto the pink bottle and sprinkle pink glitter onto the glued area. I made a special mix of glitter using a few shades of pink and iridescent white. Cover the entire bottle in this way, except for the bottle top details. Let dry.

If desired, use a silver pen to color in the metal details on the top, along with pale brown paint for the cork and let dry. Feel free to skip this step if you like — the foil will cover it later on.

Recover the top with foil, smoothing as much as possible.

Print the provided labels (or make your own custom ones) on colored cardstock or leftover wrapping paper. (I used my favorite pink marbled paper from Minted.) I cut each label to be four inches tall and 11 inches long, but this may vary depending on your confetti popper. Wrap the label around your rosé confetti popper and tape in place.

Who needs Champagne when you have sparkling rosé?!

What are your plans for New Year’s Eve? We’d love to see what glittery decorations and sparkling celebrations you have planned! Share your photos on Instagram, using the hashtags #britstagram and #iamcreative. Cheers!