Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball

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Most years we get the chance to watch the New York’s Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball drop on TV.  I have been lucky enough to see this ball in Time’s Square and wanted to create our own to celebrate in our home.

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For this project I used:

A light up bulb from Dollar Tree

Plastic shot glasses from Dollar Tree (2 packages)

Hot Glue Gun and Hot Glue

I started by hot gluing a shot glass onto the bottom of the ball. I worked from the bottom up as the on/off switch was at the top.

I then started hot gluing the shot glasses onto the bulb around the first shot glass in a circle.

I continued adding rows until the whole bulb was full of shot glasses. Turn on the light and it’s ready to glow. I love these bulbs as they change colors too.

You can hang it up you like, or set it on display somewhere.

Want to see my other New Year’s Creations?  Click on the links below.

Light Up New Year Sign and Countdown Banner Game

Deco Mesh Light Up New Year Wreath

New Year’s Eve Ball – 2 options

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6 Comments

  1. Naomie Moore says:

    Cute! I will most likely be asleep and the fireworks will probably wake me up. If I have a party, I will make this, there is still time . . . ?

    1. Thanks Naomie and I totally get it! I made this in part so I could count down early too, I’m sure everyone will wake me up – lol.

  2. Happy New Year! Great idea to make in the after Christmas time before New Year’s week.

    1. Thank you Kippi, and it’s a great project kids can do over the break as well.

    1. Thank you so much Betty – Happy New Year!

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