Ring in the new year with some fun noise makers that you and your kids can make together! Making a homemade noise maker is an easy and fun craft.
Bring in the New Year with a bang this year and make it extra special for your kids! As the clock strikes midnight, it’s time to bring in the new year with some festive fun with these DIY noise makers.
Sure, you can buy party noisemakers at the store, but getting creative and making your own is so much fun!
With just a few simple supplies, you can make fun noise makers for your family’s New Year’s Eve celebration.
Small children and older kids alike will have a blast creating their own noise makers out of everyday craft supplies that can be found around the house.
Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Assemble New Year’s Eve Noisemakers
- Paper cup
- ” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener nofollow”>Crepe paper (red and green)
- ” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener nofollow”>Beads
Prepare two paper cups. Make the paper cups shorter by cutting a short portion of it. If you prefer a longer one, you can skip this step.
Put the beads inside the paper cups.
Then seal it with the masking tape.
Once it’s sealed, wrap it with the red and green crepe paper. First, lay the crepe papers, one at the top to combine two colors when wrapping the paper cups thus making the candy-like wrapper.
Finish it off with curling ribbon.
Get Creative with your DIY Noisemakers
Encourage your children to think outside of the box when designing their noise makers! They could add colorful streamers or pieces of ribbon for extra flair or even draw pictures on them using markers, crayons or glitter paint. Or perhaps they would like to cut shapes out of construction paper and glue them onto their noise makers?
There are all sorts of different things you can use to make a noise maker for New Year’s. Fill your noise makers with small objects that will make a loud sounds when shaken, such as small beads, uncooked rice, pony beads, small rocks, candy, jingle bells, popcorn kernels or dried beans.
There are endless possibilities for this fun DIY project for your own noisemakers, so let your creativity run wild!
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