A DIY New Years Eve Tablescape With Cricut + Martha Stewart
Cricut Explore, DIY Wedding Tutorials, Martha Stewart
cricut-explore, diy, martha-stewart
New Year’s Eve is right around the corner, only 21 days left… and so I’m hoping that today’s project will inspire your celebratory tablescape for this year! Personalizing the perfect display is only a few clicks and cuts away with Cricut and Martha Stewart. A few months ago Martha Stewart released her very own, stunning, Cricut® Explore Air™ 2 Special Edition Machine sold exclusively at Michaels, which of course is the most gorgeous shade of gold! If launching her new Cricut wasn’t enough, she’s also now selling the most fabulous line of party supplies and decor at Michaels called Celebrations, have you seen it? An entire aisle packed full of adorable party designs in the most fantastic color themes… which includes this gorgeous black, white, and gold line I’m using today!
Vinyl + Iron-On
Hopefully you’ve seen me create at least one Cricut vinyl project and at least one Cricut iron-on project, if not, click on those links! Once you’ve done both those techniques, you’ll realize that extreme personalization just takes a few minutes. So today I decided to embellish and create a few different projects for this easy tablescape, and I’m giving you access to all my cut files for free!
Mini Champagne On Ice
These mini-buckets from Martha Celebrations are the absolute cutest and the perfect size for mini champagne “ice buckets”. I used my engagement present idea from a few months back, and changed it to a New Years theme! The free font I used is Bebas Neue.
My Cut Files
Follow this link to be taken to Design Space (make sure you’re logged in first) to see my canvas and use the cut files I created for this tablescape!
Let Your Martha Cricut Work It’s Magic
There are 5 different projects on my canvas, 4 vinyl and 1 iron-on. Get your supplies and cutting mats ready, and don’t forget to change the cutting material setting for each item!
I used the Martha Celebrations Black Chalkboard Banner for these seating cards! I folded a banner tile in half and then added white vinyl names to each one. Super quick and easy! The free font I used is Bebas Neue.
If there is ever a time for fancy straws, it’s New Years! I used Martha’s champagne glasses and this darling straw kit, but then took the tassels from this garland kit and slid them on the straws for a little extra sparkle. These plastic patterned straws are my absolute favorite, unlike paper, they don’t melt in your drink!
2019 Table Runner
This turned out better than I had imagined, I’m in love! I used Martha’s black and white table runner with metallic gold iron-on for the date. The design was so large I needed to cut it on my 12″ x 24″ cutting mat. I added it to the banner using my new Martha Stewart EasyPress 2, which absolutely needs to be on your Christmas list! I used Cricut Sans for the font.
Don’t you hate when you’re at a party and you put your cup down, only to then not know which one was yours and feel the need to pour a new drink? Well, that can all be avoided if you personalize cups for all your guests! These darling cups might look a little familiar because I created them a few months ago using Permanent Premium Vinyl so that it won’t peel off when wet!
Midnight Confetti Toss
This is my favorite project of the entire table! Confetti toss favors for midnight! I used the Martha gold favor tins and her black and white confetti, plus a little black vinyl design to quickly make these cuties! Martha and Cricut really do make it easy to create your own fabulous party decor be it for weddings or the holidays!
I’ll be spending New Years Eve at my hubby’s family cabin in Big Bear and will be taking this whole tablescape with us to celebrate!
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Causey of Something Turquoise // Martha Celebrations Items and Cricut® Explore Air™ 2 Special Edition, Martha Stewart Machine Bundle, and supplies: courtesy of Cricut // All Table Decor + Supplies from Martha Celebrations available exclusively at: Michaels // Nail Polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme
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