Do your kids get into the New Year celebration as much as you? Mine do. They even think they’ll be able to stay up until midnight. Each year they try their best to stay up to watch all the fun on TV and bang a few pots and pans, but we always end up calling it a night at 10 p.m.!!
For the party before we ring in the new year and to help us celebrate with the kids, we like to set up a kid’s craft table for them to join in the fun as well.
Here are 10 New Year’s crafts the kids will love:
Countdown Confetti 1 of 10Ring in the New Year with a box of confetti for the countdown to midnight. Set up 10 children to each open their box as you count down from 10 to 1.
Get the instructions over at Carolyn's Homework.
Edible New Year’s Horns 2 of 10Decorate sugar cones and turn them into edible New Year's Eve horns. The kids will love their bright and colorful treat for midnight.
Get the instructions over at Hungry Happenings.
New Year’s Noise Makers 3 of 10With a few simple supplies, your kids will be on their way to some fabulous music making for New Year's Eve.
Get the instructions over at Alphamom.
Goodie Bag Countdown 4 of 10I love this idea for the kids to open up a new surprise bag of goodies each hour or half hour until the New Year. They will be watching the clock like hawks.
Get the instructions over at Hoosier Homemade.
Noise Maker Jars 5 of 10Recycle your plastic bottles into fun crafty noise makers. The kids will love to fill these up with all kinds of noisy items and then see how it all sounds.
Get the instructions over at Domestic Charm.
Confetti Balloons 6 of 10I love this craft idea, all about showering them with glitter. Be sure to have the broom handy when they pop these open!
Get the instructions over at Sun Hats and Wellie Boots.
DIY Horn Blowers 7 of 10These party blowers will almost be as much fun to make as they will be to blow. I love all the fun party paper choices.
Get the instructions over at Martha Stewart.
Masquerade Masks 8 of 10These masks are screaming with the word - Party! The kids will love to decorate and wear around their own party masks for New Years.
Get the instructions over at Craft Jr.
New Year’s Eve Poppers 9 of 10The kids will love to "pop" or pull open these New Year's poppers at the strike of midnight, watching candy and confetti fly through the air.
Get the instructions over at Make and Takes.
Super Chic Party Hats 10 of 10Don't you just love the glitz and glam of these party hats?! The fun gold, purple, and bright pink are just the colors for the New Year.
Get the instructions over at Wedding Chicks.
What fun crafts and activities are you making and taking at your house for New Years?