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  • Donna Leslie

    Gold circle garland made with left over christmas wrapping paper. so simple! New Year's Eve Party - Martha Stewart Holidays

  • Rachael Kerle

    Leftover paper gets a fresh start when used to make paper garland. We used metallic make streamers of shimmering circles that descend from above.

  • Kathy Sampson

    From Martha Stewart: Leftover holiday paper gets a fresh start when used to make decorations for a New Year's party. We used metallic paper to make two decorations: streamers of shimmering circles that descend from above like the Times Square ball and a set of party-worthy tray liners for serving drinks. For a final bit of recycling, we grabbed small tart tins from the kitchen and used the shiny containers to hold tea lights.

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