5 New Year's Eve Crafts For Kids
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5 New Year's Eve Crafts For Kids

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Time 1hour

Even if you’re celebrating New Year’s Eve at home, you can still bring plenty of fun and sparkle! These five starry activities are sure to get kids involved in the festive fun, helping you celebrate the last night of the year in style.

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5 New Years Eve Crafts For Kids

1. Countdown Activity Bags

You can use these sweet little bags in anyway you choose. Topped with a countdown clock on a sparkly star, you could get the children to cross off the numbers for every hour – or you could draw on the time that they are allowed to stay up until, or let them have a treat for each hour.

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2. DIY Party Poppers

Who doesn’t love a good party popper?! These are so much fun and a really quick and effective make. Made with general household items, these are great to whip up for any celebration and give a very pleasing shower of confetti.

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3. Sparkle Slime!

This is a really simple make using our slim activator, so it’s a fantastic way to actually get the kids involved with the making of it. As it’s a clear slime its perfect to use any odd bits of glitter or sequins you may have left from other projects.

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4.  Sparkle Rimmed Glasses

These sprinkle rimmed glasses are such a sweet little treat for New Years Eve, you could use hot chocolate for an extra indulgent treat, or keep it simple with milk and cookies to dunk.

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5. New Years Headband

Kooky, colourful headwear is just the thing to ring in the new year. These fun headbands are so simple and can be made in minutes - to use again next year, all you need to do is carefully remove the last digit and apply a new number.

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