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Fun & Festive: 7 New Year’s Party Treats

New Year’s is the final holiday before we go back to the regular routine of everyday life. Which is why New Year’s parties deserve extra-special attention! Here are 7 totally cool, cute, and clever ideas that will turn your New Year’s party into seriously festive fun! From edible New Year’s party hats to these totally adorable New Year’s Rice Krispy Party Poppers, you’re sure to find the perfect treat to ring in 2012!

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  • New Year’s Party Hats 1 of 7
    New Year's Party Hats
    These easy New Years party hats are just the thing to ring in 2012 with some seriously festive fun!
    Click for the recipe from Tater Tots and Jello.
  • New Years Party Poppers 2 of 7
    New Years Party Poppers
    You're sure to have a dazzling new year with these Rice Krispy poppers! So Cute!
    Click for the recipe fromMy Kansas City Mommy.
  • Snowman Cheese Ball 3 of 7
    Snowman Cheese Ball
    Invite everyone to take a dip into this deliciously wintry cheese ball at your New Years party this year!
    Get our recipe for this fun Snowman Cheese Ball.
  • Perfect Party Cupcakes 4 of 7
    Perfect Party Cupcakes
    These Perfect Party Cupcakes are such a pretty way to ring in the New Year!
    Click for the recipe from Cheeky Kitchen.
  • Sparkly Party Beads 5 of 7
    Sparkly Party Beads
    Invite the kids at your New Years party to create their own party beads with this recipe for edible Sparkling Cookie beads!
    Try our recipe for Sparkly Cookie Beads.
  • Firecracker Cookies 6 of 7
    Firecracker Cookies
    So your New Years cookies don't have to be quite so patriotic, but how adorable is this idea for Firecracker Cookies?!
    Click for the recipe from Red Couch Recipes.
  • Fireworks Truffles 7 of 7
    Fireworks Truffles
    Colored coconut turns homemade >Photo fromChocolate truffles into a fun & festive treat!
    Photo fromDoggy Dessert Chef.

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