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Black and White New Year’s Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorld

Black and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldThis post is brought to you in partnership with Waverly Inspirations and its parent company, Iconix. I have been compensated for my time. All opinions and ideas are my own. We hope you love our Easy DIY Giant Fabric Ornaments. Read our full disclosure policy here.

Black and White New Year’s Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorld

Can you believe that we are about ready to ring in a new year? I cannot believe we are about to hit 2017. That seemed like so far away at one point. We are back with another fun Waverly Inspirations project that is perfect for your New Year’s Eve party.  We hope you love our Black and White New Year’s Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorld post.

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Table Runner Materials

  • Fabric
  • Thread
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Measuring Tape or Ruler

NOTE: I’m by no means an experienced seamstress! I know enough to be dangerous! So, there’s probably a better/cleaner way to sew a table runner, but this is the way I rolled.

  1. Measure your fabric 17″ wide and as long as you need for your table, adding 2 inches to the measurement for the seam allowance.
  2. Cut the fabric and fold in the edge about 1/2″ and press. Fold the long ends in another 1/2″Black and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldBlack and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorld and press.
  3. On the short edges of the fabric, I wanted a little fatter border, so I folded the fabric in 1/2″ and pressed, and then 2″ and pressed.
  4. Sew the table runner by stitching the long edges first and then folding up the wide shorter edges and stitching those. Press it again if necessary to remove any creases.

Black and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldTable Decor Materials

  • Clear Glass Plate
  • Small Candle
  • 2 Small Glass Jars
  • 2 Glass Wine Glasses
  • 2 Tealights
  • Waverly Paint
    • Waverly Glitter Multi-Surface Indoor/Outdoor Acrylic Paint in Gold
    • Waverly Glitter Multi-Surface Indoor/Outdoor Acrylic Paint in Rose Gold
    • Waverly Metallic Multi-Surface Indoor/Outdoor Acrylic Paint in Rose Quartz
  • Waverly Ribbon
  • Paint Brush
  • Hot Glue
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Black Plastic Beads

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Black and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorldDirections

  1. Wipe all of your glass items with rubbing alcohol. I use those little alcohol pads. Set aside to dry.
  2. Protect your surface with wax paper.
  3. Paint the bottom of the glass plate with Rose Gold (glitter) paint. Let dry 1 hour before applying a second coat and letting that dry 1 hour. You might think the coverage is no good on the first coat, but it almost creates a great primer for the second coat of glitter to stick, and when it’s done, it looks gorgeous. Much better in person!
  4. Once dry, apply two coats, letting dry an hour in between each coat, of the Rose Quarts color. Set aside to dry completely.
  5. Paint the following with Rose Quartz (Metallic)paint:
  6. Base of wine glasses – two coats, letting dry 1 hour in between.
  7. Rim of one small glass jar – two coats, letting dry 1 hour in between coats.
  8. Bottom of a small candle – two coats, letting dry 1 hour in between.
  9. Paint the following with Gold (glitter) paint:
  • 1 small glass jar – two coats, letting dry 1 hour in between coats
  • Top portion of small candle, leaving paint irregular if desired.

10. Once all items are painted and dry completely, add the ribbon. Add ribbon to the candle, where the two paint colors meet, wrapping it around the candle, and trimming the excess. Affix with a little dab of hot glue.

11. Wrap ribbon around each small jar and fill with a tealight candle.

12. Place the jars and candle onto the place and sprinkle beads around the jars. Light the candles and set them on your table runner.

Black and White New Year's Eve Tablescape #WaverlyInspirations #InAWaverlyWorld

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34 Comments Leave a Comment »

  1. VERY pretty! I like this classic look. you made this look so easy to make I will have to try it! 

  2. What a great look for very little effort. I love the fabric you used for the table runner.

  3. I love how classic the black/white combo is. I’d actually keep this decor throughout the year. It adds cute and classic character.

  4. Kathy

    I think this decor looks really nice. I like that you made it yourself too. I love being able to make a lot of things by myself. I think it makes it that much more nice.

  5. Ann Bacciaglia

    This turned out fantastic. I love how easy it was to put together. I will have to give it a try for my table.

  6. Claudia Krusch

    I love the fabric you chose. I will have to look at some different patterns for my house. Thanks for the great idea.

  7. I really love how elegant this looks. I am going to make a runner like this for my New Years table.

  8. Reesa Lewandowski

    How pretty! I love making my own table runners and cloths!

  9. Great DIY! Love the pattern of the table runner!

  10. Cyn

    A classic, elegant decor. It looks so high-quality yet easy to make! Thanks so much for sharing.

  11. I love how you pulled this all together. It looks fantastic.

  12. Wow, that’s beautiful! Black and white is always so classy and timeless. Love the pattern!

  13. Meagan

    Love the fabric you chose! Looks like a super simple project! 

  14. What a beautiful New Year’s tablescape. I’ve been a fan of Waverly for years and I love the table runner you made on the sewing machine.

  15. This is really gorgeous! Love how simple it looks but very stylish!

  16. Robin Rue

    This is such a cute tablescape. I have been looking for an idea for my New years party.

  17. Brianne

    What a gorgeous tablescape. I just love the black and white! 

  18. You did such an amazing job! I love the black and whit them with those pops of that brass color. It’s so pretty!

  19. I love that fabric! This looks like a project I could handle.

  20. This tablescape really is elegant in its simplicity! It certainly is perfect for any New Year’s gathering 

  21. Rebecca Swenor

    These are great ideas for a table. I love the black and white table runner which looks gorgeous. The plate and the glasses look amazing and I will have to try making all of these for sure. Thanks for sharing the ideas.

  22. michele d

    I really like the black, white and gold together. So classy and perfect for New Years. Great tablescape idea!

  23. I can’t believe the end of the year is just right around the corner!! What a fun tablescape for New Years Eve!

  24. I love the theme for your New Year’s Eve party. I don’t go all out and do anything fancy for our small get togethers.

  25. This is such a cute idea for the new year celebration! I’ve never decorated for it before.

  26. kendall

    I would have never guessed that this was a DIY! It’s so pretty! Gold is the best for New Years – so elegant! I love it!

  27. My Teen Guide

    I love how sophisticated this looks! The fabric’s pattern is lovely and the color combination is a classic. This is surely perfect for the New Year!

  28. I absolutely love the look of this! Simple, but still eye catching. Love the fabric pattern you used too!

  29. This is too cute and looks very easy to make. My friends are very creative and I’ll be sure to bookmark your site as I work on my office. – yolonda

  30. This is a very simple and easy way to decorate the table during this festival season. Amazing work.

  31. You did a great job, that’s just gorgeous. I’d love to make one of these in gray and white because those are my primary colors.

  32. Maria Han

    Wow, Looks so beautiful and I love you for being Creative. I really like it.

  33. Cynthia R

    I love the elegance of black and white home decor items. I’ve always wanted a black and white kitchen.

  34. ellen beck

    I like the candles, and the warm glow they give. I also am really fond of the black and white. I like how this isnt overly complicated and could be made up easily. I wouldnt be tough to have these scattered all over. Very pretty.

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