New Years Eve 2012

I can’t believe Christmas has come and gone.  We had a fun, relaxing Christmas at home and then spent the rest of the afternoon at Grandma’s house with the cousins.  The perfect holiday.  I hope all of you had a fun and enjoyable Christmas holiday as well.  Getting ready now for your New Years Eve parties?  I made up some New Years Eve 2012 printables that I would love to share with you. 

New Years Eve wmb

We like to spend the holiday with the family playing games, eating great food and enjoy one another’s company.  So I thought it would be fun to spruce up one of our favorite party drinks…Martinelli’s Sparkling Cider, by making a festive label! Haha! 

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This stuff is as strong as it gets for us. But this label should work for most other bottles if you prefer something else with your celebrations.  You can download the free label here:

New Years Eve 2012 Bottle Labels {grey}

New Years Eve 2012 Bottle Labels {red}

New Years Eve 2012 ewm

I also made some simple drink tags so that you can label everyone’s drinks so everyone knows whose drink is whose.  These are easily attachable to stemmed glasses or paper cups depending on how your prefer to celebrate.  I simply took some key tag rings and attached them to some printables I printed out on some cardstock paper.

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I have made some blank labels that include the 2012 with a space above it so that you can add your own names with your computer program after downloading them or by simply writing each guests names on them with a permanent marker as they arrive.

You can print the free downloadable drink tags here:

New Years Eve 2012 Drink Name Tags

New Years Eve 2012 dwm

Hopefully some of you will  be able to use these at your upcoming New Years Eve Parties this weekend.  Be sure to come back tomorrow when I am sharing some more New Years Eve fun!

What do you usually do to celebrate the New Year?

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  1. djkoll says

    Cute printable – ok, this is one of those “I really don’t know” questions” – so is New Years Eve really considered 2012 or is it 2011? It seems like at the New York Ball Drop (I’ve only seen it on TV!) they glass will be 2011 . . .or is that just in my head? LOL Really, I don’t know, I ‘m so confused :-)

    • says

      Great question! It is confusing. We don’t open the drink till midnight when it is the start of 2012. We have a drink to celebrate the first few minutes of the new year…then we go to bed :)!! I have seen them with both the past and the new year!

  2. says

    Great idea! Love these :) I’m new to your blog & just love it–thanks for all of the creative ideas. @djkoll, just think of it as celebrating ringing in ‘The New Year” which would be 2012. :) Or, you can make it your version and celebrate surviving/concluding the previous year, 2011. HA!

  3. says

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