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10 Fun New Years Eve Crafts For Kids To Ring In The New Year!

If you’re celebrating this New Years Eve with your kids, have a fun night making these New Years Eve crafts for kids! Check out these fun New Years kids craft ideas, from party hats to shakers, you’ll all have a blast!

10 Fun New Years Eve Crafts For Kids To Ring In The New Year

Try these fun New Year Crafts

It’s almost the new year, which means that it’s time to ring in the new year proper! When you become a parent, you really don’t want to go out and party like you used to. We will be staying indoors and counting down to the new year as a family, and we might use some of these at-home new year party ideas for kids, too!

If you are spending the night with the kids at home, make these fun New Years’ crafts for kids and countdown to the new year together! Give these New Years Eve activities for families a try, they are so much fun!

10 New Years Eve Crafts for Kids

New Years Noise Makers, Alpha Mom
1. DIY New Years Noise Makers

I love these noisemakers made out of raisin boxes. Kids love to make a lot of noise, so now they can get really loud and jiggle away with these fun DIY shakers. Put rice or pasta inside, decorate and ring in the new year!

Countdown to the new year balloons, Real Dana
2. Countdown to the New Year Balloon Pop

How fun is this New Years’ Eve crafts for kids?! Mark a balloon for each hour of the evening, blow it up and put a little note inside with fun things for everyone to do. When the clock strikes each hour, pop it, until you get down to midnight!

New Years paper party hats, Paper Source
3. Handmade Embellished Paper Party Hats

A little bit of decorative paper, some ribbon, and a few embellishments and decorative pieces means you can make your own party hats! Paper Source gives the tutorial, which seems to be a little tricky, due to the number of unique materials you need. I’d totally simplify this with stickers, glue, and rhinestones to make it a little more kid-friendly. What a fun New Years Eve activity to do with the kids!

New Years Eve Ball Drop craft, The Mother Huddle
4. Shiny Foam New Years Eve Ball

Do you know about the big New Years’ Eve ball that drops in New York City? Well, you can make your own with this fun tutorial using a big ol’ styrofoam ball and some small craft mirrors! Drop your own New Years’ ball this year, right in your own living room!

Confetti Firecrackers, Minie Co
5. Confetti Firecrackers

Have a blast, literally, with these confetti-filled paper firecrackers! With a pre-made template and full instructions, cut, fold, and fill these fun crackers, then have a little fun! This is one of our favorite New Years Eve crafts for kids. We made some similar ones below.

Make your own new years eve party popper using toilet paper rolls!

6. DIY New Years Eve Party Poppers

You’ll love making these fun DIY party poppers using toilet paper rolls! We made these at home, fill them with treats and confetti for a big BANG! I love how they turned out, we had fun popping them!

New Years Eve Countdown Paper Plate Craft for kids

7. New Year’s Eve paper plate countdown craft

Count down to the new year with this cute paper plate kids craft! What a fun activity to celebrate New Year’s eve with kids.

Fingerprint new year silhouette craft project

8. Fingerpaint new year silhouette craft

This fingerprint new year’s silhouette project is a super fun way to get crafty with paint and come up with a fun result to celebrate the new year!

Easy paper fireworks craft

9. Paper fireworks craft

Bring in the new year with a BANG with this awesome fireworks craft!


10. New year window craft for kids

This cute craft idea uses large numbers and contact paper to decorate your windows for the new year.

I hope you all have a great new year!

These new year’s eve crafts for kids are lots of fun! We hope you count down to the new year with your favorite people and have a prosperous year.

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