New Year’s Eve Crafts for Kids

Looking for fun New Year's Eve crafts? Try these options including a wishing tree, pop-up firework craft and more.

With the red and green Christmas crafting supplies put away until December of 2021, our DIY attentions are now turned to one last crafty holiday of the year — New Year’s Eve!

You can get your children in the countdown spirit by having them create craft projects that help them reflect upon the past year or get them excited to hopefully stay up long enough to see 2021 make its debut.

New Year’s Eve Wishing Tree

Photo from NoTimeforFlashCards.com

What are your children hoping for in 2021? Have them get their wishes ready by creating a wishing tree as shared on No Time for Flashcards.

Pop-Up Firework Craft

Photo from KidsCraftRoom.com

No need to go outside in the cold to enjoy fireworks! Kids Craft Room shows you how to put your craft supplies to work and create a DIY firework to enjoy inside.

New Year’s Eve Countdown Clock

Photo from BuggyandBuddy.com

Turn a craft project into a quick timekeeping lesson! Buggy and Buddy shares this fun idea to help your child practice telling time in honor of the big night.

Toilet Paper Tube Confetti Poppers

Photo from SmashedPeasandCarrots.com

The end of the year calls for one last creative reuse of empty toilet paper tubes! Smashed Peas and Carrots shows you how to turn these pieces into festive confetti poppers your child is sure to enjoy.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly.

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