If you have a kiddo that’s excited about the New Year, this free printable New Year’s party blowers kids craft is perfect to get ready for the ball to drop!
Free Printable New Years Party Blowers Kids Craft
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love celebrating the New Year with the kiddo. It’s kind of a family tradition to do a little crafting and get ready for our mini-party (or a big party, depending on that year’s plan) a few days early. This year, we made this adorable New Years’ kids craft–noisemakers!
This is just about the only time of year that I really break out the party blowers and encourage the kiddo to get loud. I mean, for real, I kind of hate those things. But, I guess, yeah, for New Years, maybe 4th of July, birthdays…ok, so maybe there are a few times a year I let the kiddo go wild. But this free printable New Year addition, it just makes it even more fun. If you’re ready to make some noise, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make this new Years Kids Craft
- Click here to get the free printable New Years party blower elements. They’re definitely easy to cut out–just a slit in the mouth and an oval on the outside. So, even little kids can get into it.
- Go ahead and grab these cheap noise makers so you can not spend very much on this–I mean, seriously, it’s not like you’re going to want to keep them around for very long. LOL!
- Let the kids be in charge. You know, start a new policy this year of letting them be in the driver’s seat in their crafting experiences. How else are they going to learn, after all?!
How Do I Make this Free Printable New Years Party Blowers Kids Craft?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- Free Printable
- Paper (I recommend card stock)
- Party Blowers
- Craft Knife
- Print the party blower covers.
- Cut each party blower cover apart.
- Using a craft knife, carefully cut a slit in the middle (in the center of the lips or under the mustache).
- Gently push a party blower through the slit (you can cut a second slit going the other direction, if necessary).
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