Keep the Kids Entertained with New Year’s Eve Crafts for Kids
It is almost time to celebrate the new year. Looking for some fun New Year’s kid crafts for the kids to make?
I though I would gather some New Year’s Eve kid crafts for some New Year fun. There are all different kinds to keep your kids crafting between Christmas and the beginning of the new year.
There are printable party hats, noisemakers, confetti poppers and more. A wide variety of crafts and fill the lull between Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Most need just a few supplies. Let you kids get out the crafting supplies and use their creativity to make some fun crafts. These easy crafts will be a lot of fun.
New Year’s Eve Kid Crafts
New Year’s Eve is always filled with fun traditions and sparkling decor to welcome in the new year. Surrounded by friends and family, you can ring in 2019 with these fun DIY confetti poppers to create a magical moment.
Have fun making noise with paper plate craft. The kid will love decorating and the noisemakers as well as see how much noise they can make. Glitter and sparkles are always fun to add to a craft.
Fireworks are a usual way to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Make a colorful firework mixed media craft. Great for the 4th of July too.
Slime is lots of fun and can be made for any holiday or theme.
Make a wand and a noisemaker together for twice as much fun.
A wishing wand for your New Year dreams. Have your kids think about what they want for the new year.
What kid won’t love to play with a noisemaker? Paper plate crafts are fun. This is a colorful version.
Take some pipe cleaners and make some fun glasses, to wear with one the printable party hats.
These sparkly crowns would be great for party favors or for kids to make.
This is a different twist on a party hat with chalkboard paint.
Make a new year collage. You can use any crafting items to make a colorful number.
This is an easy printable craft.
Make a colorful banner for you New Year’s Eve party.
A fun sparkly suncatcher craft.
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I have been crocheting since I was 8 years old. I have 40 plus years of experience. My blogging journey started in 2013 and I have been writing about crafts and crocheting since then. I started blogging full time in 2019.