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It’s almost time for a new year, which means it is time to pull out those old resolutions to make room for new ones. This year get the kids involved by using our New Years Resolution printables.

new years resolutions

Our worksheet has a place for 2013 resolutions as well as a list of questions to help you not forget your favorite moments of 2012.

new years resolutions printables

new years resolutions

Print out the printable on a standard 8-1/2 inch by 11 inch paper. Roll them up and tie with ribbon to make a darling display for your New Year’s Eve party!

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmutz





Counting down the New Year has never been so exciting! These fun diy New Year’s poppers can be made a head of time or you can have the kids put them together on New Year’s Eve.

New Years Poppers

You will need: tissue paper, heavy cardstock, push up pops, label printable (see download button below)

1 – Cut a piece of cardstock 5-1/2 inches by 1-1/2 inches. Roll it into a cylinder and put it into the push up pop.
2 – Cut the rest of the cardstock into 12 inches by 1/2 inch. Fold into accordion strips. Put 3-5 of them into the push up pop.
3 – Cut the tissue paper into small confetti pieces. Stuff the confetti into the push up pop on top of the accordion paper.
4 – Top the push up pop with a square piece of tissue paper. Tape the edges of the tissue paper down and around the push up pop.
5 – Print and cut out the label. Glue it on to the push up pop.

diy new years poppers

new years poppers

new years poppers

It’ll be hard to wait until 2013 to pop these little poppers! Pass out these DIY New Year’s Poppers to kids and adults a like for a confetti filled pop into the new year!

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmutz





Help the littlest of party guests get into the celebrating spirit with this New Years party hat craft. They’ll love decorating their own hats!

New Years Party Hats

You will need: party hat printable (see download button below), ribbon or elastic, hat decorations (such as party fringe, tissue fringe, pompoms, etc.), tacky glue

New Years Party Hats

Print out the hats and cut them out. Glue them into a cone shape. Punch holes on either side and tie on ribbon or elastic. Let kids decorate the hats with the decoration supplies and glue.

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmutz





Need some cute New Year’s Eve games? For kids, it seems like an eternity before the clock strikes 12. Help pass the time leading up the countdown with a game of tic tac toe. They’re guaranteed to have a ball when you use gum balls instead of the usual Xs and Os. The best part?  When they’re done, they can eat their game pieces!

You will need: felt (one letter sized sheet is perfect), a ruler, ribbon, double stick tape or hot glue, gum balls, pinking shears

Directions: Using a ruler, mark the felt to a 7” square. Cut your board with pinking shears inside the line.  Cut out four 6 1/2” pieces of ribbon. Either hot glue or attach to the board with strong double stick tape. Add two colors of gum balls and play. My boys could play tic tac toe for hours–perfect for New Year’s Eve.

I know you’ll love her as much as I do–Jenny is the photographer and genius behind this clever craft. Check out more of her ideas at Hank + Hunt





Serving New Years Eve cupcakes? Fun and bright paper honeycomb balls can be used to top even the plainest of desserts. When you fully expand the honeycomb around a paper straw it looks just like the big ball in New York City, only more fun. (And these coordinate perfectly with our other New Years Decorations.)

You will need: honeycomb paper sheets, scissors, circle template, Glue Dots or double stick tape, paper straws

Directions: Cut a few paper straws in half. Cut out a circle template by either tracing a small glass or by using a circle punch to make one.  Use your template to cut out circles from the honeycomb paper. Fold each circle in half going towards you.  Then fold on the same path going away from you. This will make a crease, perpendicular to the lines in the paper, on both of the flat sides of the paper. Starting on one side of the paper, place Glue Dots or double stick tape on the crease and one side of the circle. Fold in half around a straw and attach. Repeat on the open side and press closed gently with your fingers, making a ball. Repeat with the remaining straws. Then add to your cupcakes!

I know you’ll love her as much as I do–Jenny is the photographer and genius behind this clever craft. Check out more of her ideas at Hank + Hunt





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