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Casa Quickie: Make Your Own New Year's Eve Confetti

Casa Quickie: Make Your Own New Year's Eve Confetti

Short on confetti for your New Year's Eve party? Don't toss that holiday wrapping paper! Cut each sheet into a few small squares and send them through a paper shredder, and then send the shredded pieces through once more if necessary. Not only will you have festive confetti, but you can re-purpose your wrapping paper! Don't have a paper shredder? Try these shredding scissors. And of course, once the party's over, don't forget to vacuum thoroughly!

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Manoukia Manoukia 8 years
I used to make confetti out of all kinds of paper with a puncher as a kid. It was always fun (not!) to find leftovers behind couches and cupboards in summer, months and months after New Year!
Audrey1974 Audrey1974 8 years
Glad I'm not the only one!
Audrey1974 Audrey1974 8 years
Glad I'm not the only one!
graylen graylen 8 years
I used to make my own confetti every year as a kid. Of course, there were no fancy shredding scissors or paper shredder- it was just good, old-fashioned construction paper and kid scissors. Looking back, I'm glad my mom humored me and let me do it- I know she hated cleaning it up!
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