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Jennifer Spaeth added this to How to Throw a New Year’s Eve Party on a Budget4 December 2017

…or go for pretty paper adornmentsAlternatively, skip the baubles completely and pick up a few gorgeous paper decorations that are so popular now and won’t break the bank. Pompoms, fans, lanterns, garlands, honeycomb designs – there are so many options to choose from. Stick to a colour theme, such as black and white or hot pink and orange, for style kudos. Another budget-savvy decoration hack? Try hanging curled ribbon from the lights.

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Amanda Pollard added this to 12 Ways to Bring Some Chinese-style Lanterns into Your Home9 January 2017

Set the scene for a partyIf you’re planning to entertain guests, transform your dining space into an instant party room with bold paper lanterns. These pink versions pep up the white room and contrast well with the orange ribbons.

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Jo Simmons added this to 10 Things Clean Freaks Know to be True6 July 2016

Clean freaks love a partyNow, you might think that clean freaks would hate to host a party in their home. All those spilled drinks and crisps crushed into the carpet. Yuck! But in fact, clean freaks love a party. Well, they love a party that’s just finished, so they can snap on their rubber gloves, whip out their mop and really get to work putting the house back in order. Some people watch TV to come down after a party. Clean freaks clean!Do you confess to being a clean freak? What are the tell-tale signs? Add them to the Comments below.

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Kate Burt added this to Lifestyle: How to Stay Sane When Hosting a Get-together22 October 2015

Ask people to contributeThis is not a sign of being a sloppy friend. Most guests love the chance to ease the pressure on their host and by bringing something along to the get-together, they also feel more involved. The contribution need not be food or wine, either. They could bring something for the house, such as paper decorations, party poppers, fairy lights, paper napkins or flowers for the table.

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Meera Innes added this to Styling: 10 Grown-up Ways to Use Bunting6 May 2015

Celebrate different shapesIn another variation on the conventional, no one says bunting has to be triangular. String a garland of fabric, ribbons or even lanterns in any shape, size and colour for a cheery and inexpensive way to bring a festive air to any room.

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Jo Simmons added this to Fun Houzz: Help! How Can I Fall in Love With My Home Again?8 April 2015

Find that party feelingYour home and you never have fun together any more. Help!Interiors agony aunt says:‘Turn your place into a party pad for a day or an evening and rediscover how much fun it can be. Hang up bunting, streamers, fairy lights and glitter balls. Push furniture to one side to make space for a dance floor, play some music and invite friends over to enjoy a great night in a perfect venue.’

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Triumph Over Gray added this to Lovely Candle Decors6 April 2018

Invite your children to make decorations and string them up, then have a party with family and friends just for the sake of it. The kids will love the anticipation of an upcoming event, and what better way to celebrate being on holidays than by gathering together with family and friends.

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francetetreault added this to France's Dining Room1 January 2018

pick up a few gorgeous paper decorations that are so popular now and won’t break the bank. Pompoms, fans, lanterns, garlands, honeycomb designs – there are so many options to choose from. Stick to a colour theme, such as black and white or hot pink and orange, for style kudos. Another budget-savvy decoration hack? Try hanging curled ribbon from the lights.

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Annie Horne added this to Wish List1 January 2018

…or go for pretty paper adornmentsAlternatively, skip the baubles completely and pick up a few gorgeous paper decorations that are so popular now and won’t break the bank. Pompoms, fans, lanterns, garlands, honeycomb designs – there are so many options to choose from. Stick to a colour theme, such as black and white or hot pink and orange, for style kudos. Another budget-savvy decoration hack? Try hanging curled ribbon from the lights.

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Jen Tindall added this to Dining Room31 December 2017

…or go for pretty paper adornmentsAlternatively, skip the baubles completely and pick up a few gorgeous paper decorations that are so popular now and won’t break the bank. Pompoms, fans, lanterns, garlands, honeycomb designs – there are so many options to choose from. Stick to a colour theme, such as black and white or hot pink and orange, for style kudos. Another budget-savvy decoration hack? Try hanging curled ribbon from the lights.

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