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12/30/2013 09:46 am ET

6 Easy Ways To Repurpose Christmas Decor For New Year's Eve (PHOTOS)

With Thanksgiving and Hanukkah and Christmas down, we've got just one more year-end celebration to go -- New Year's Eve. We know. By this point, most of our holiday decorating budgets and creativity are sapped, but you may not want throw in the DIY towel just yet.

According to floral designer Jan Burdis, who demonstrates how to re-purpose your Christmas floral arrangements for New Year's Eve in the video above, ringing in the new year in style may be as simple as removing all of the red items from your holiday decor.

If that isn't simple enough for you, here are five more ways to repurpose what you already have. And if that still isn't enough, there's always that bottle of champagne you've got chilling for when the decorating is all done.

Tinsel Garland Party Hats

Wrapping Paper Poppers

Star-Spangled Champagne Flutes

Easy Ornament Centerpieces

Wrapping Paper Streamers

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