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New Years Decorations for Graduation Parties

Do you have a child graduating in 2006? A clever money-saving party tip is to buy leftover New Year's decorations. I've seen New Year's eyeglasses (2006-eye holes in the 0's), year confetti, cups & napkins. As long as it only has the year printed it would work for a graduation party, too. Plus, they will be really cheap come January 2nd and your grad won't know the difference.


By Cheryl from Missouri from Peculiar, Missouri

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November 11, 20050 found this helpful

Good idea!

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January 3, 20140 found this helpful

I would be very careful with this. After all, the people you are throwing the party for are highschool grads; they will be able to know the difference between New Years decorations and grad decorations. They might think you were just being "cheap" rather than creative. Year confetti, streamers, etc would likely be suitable. Choose your items carefully.

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