I am a fan of confetti and off-course confetti poppers. These make for such lovilee cofetti holders and displays at either a wedding or a special event like a new years eve party and is super easy to put together.

I was totally inspired after receiving the most recent Mollie Makes newsletter where they showed how to make your own confetti from using mini pom poms, hundreds and thousands and a few other things. I though that I’d try my own hand at this and finally got to use some of the dried hydrangea flowers that I pressed over a year ago already.

DIY confetti popper"

I purchased my push pop confetti containers from In Good Company before they closed down, but they are also available from The Chocolate Den and I have seen some sold individually already filled with confetti at Mr Price Home recently.

*Note: These really look awesome, but in my opinion does not make for great confetti blasters, as you either need to remove the plastic lids beforehand or shoot them with it on. And the reach of the confetti is not as far as when thrown by hand. But again, they look awesome!

DIY confetti popper

Other uses for these Push Pop containers include filling them with sweets as party favours (see my confetti gender reveal party here) or you can freeze yogurt for the little ones inside. My kids love it!

I combined it with some tissue paper offcuts that were left from the princess’ party and the result – complete unicorn happiness!

DIY confetti popper

How will you be celebrating new years eve?!

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Karen Kelly is the founder and editor of lovilee.co.za. KaRi is also owner and creative director of weddinghangers.co.za. Learn more about her here and connect with her on social media on the links below.

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