DIY Confetti Poppers for New Year’s Eve

Photo Credit: Alanna Story

The new year is less than a week away and we are getting really excited to celebrate. Today we thought we would get a jump start on our party preparations and created some AWESOME DIY Confetti Poppers for New Year’s Eve!

These Confetti Poppers are perfect to help ring in the new year with your family and friends. They are so much fun for EVERYONE (young and old) and the best part about them is that they are SUPER EASY and SUPER CHEAP to make. In fact, we found everything we needed around our house.

You can make yours however you’d like but here is what we used:

Wrapping paper tube or Toilet paper tube – We just used a wrapping paper roll we had left over from our Christmas wrapping paper and cut it into 5 smaller pieces about the size of a toilet paper roll.

Washy Tape– We got ours at Hobby Lobby for $6.50 (they are 50% off right now for a variety pack which is a GREAT DEAL! They are normally $12.99 a pack)



Hole Punch 

Scrapbook Paper


Grab your Toilet paper tube and decorate it how you choose. We layered rows of Washi Tape to cover the entire tube. Next cut a balloon in half and tie the end. Wrap the larger end of the balloon around one end of the tube and secure it in place with some tape. Using your hole punch, punch out holes in your scrapbook paper until you have your desired amount of confetti.


Place a handful of confetti inside your tube, point the tube out, pull the balloon and then let it go. *TIP: You might want to do this outside or in a room that is easy to vacuum or sweep up… confetti WILL fly all over, but it’s AWESOME!!

Let us know what you think!! Email us at or share your DIY Poppers with us by tagging us @two_sisters_and_a_story on Instagram.

With LOVE,

Alanna, Natalie & Lyndsie




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