DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks

November 6, 2013

Baby Girl Ward was born recently (view pics of the cutie here!), so while I’m out learning how to raise this tiny human, I’ve asked some amazeballs bloggers to visit! Today’s post comes from one of my fave creatives, Jessica from The Confetti Bar! It’s a party wherever she goes!

DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks

Hey everyone! So excited to be here sharing an easy little party craft with you, so let’s get to celebrating!
DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks
Supplies:
  • acrylic paints in color(s) of your choice
  • lollipop sticks
  • gold paint & small paintbrush
  • small sequin pins
  • miniature disco balls (I found mine at Michael’s craft store

DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks

Start by dipping one end of your lollipop stick into the paint tube. I went about 1/4 of the way down the stick, then “rolled” the stick on a piece of paper towel to spread the paint out and also give it a little texture.  Once that dries, use a small paintbrush and gold paint to accent the top of the stick and then let that dry, too.
DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks
 
Using the small sequin pins, attach a small disco ball to the top of each stick.
DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks
DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks
DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks
Voila! The easiest little party sticks you could ever imagine!  You can use them in a vase as a type of centerpiece/decor item, add them to flower arrangements, or even use then as drink stirrers! (The lollipop sticks are food safe, so just be sure the paint doesn’t touch your drink!)
DIY Neon Disco Party Sticks
You really can’t go wrong with anything that had a itty bitty disco ball on it, so you know you need these in your life pronto!
Enjoy and party on!

You can see more confetti goodness over on Jessica’s blog, Love Colorful. Make sure you stop by her amazing shop, The Confetti Bar!

photography: The Confetti Bar

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