This week I feel we are running a Holiday Marathon!

We were celebrating Christmas yesterday and we have just a week before we will be saying

Happy New Year and singing “For Auld Lang Syne My Dear!”

 

 

Today I am going to show you a fun kid’s craft that actually makes adorable New Year’s Party Favors.

Most of the materials came from my local Dollar Store.

 

You’ll need paper cups, a tensile garland, some ribbon, elastic, or twine.

You can also decorate noisemakers or old paper hats.

We are going to be making Party Hats with the paper cups… SO fun!

 

First, let your helpers make a hole in each side of the cup with a hole punch.

 

Cut two pieces of twine long enough to be tied under the chin.

Then have the children thread the Baker’s Twine through the hole.

 

Then they need to tie it and repeat the same steps for the other side.

 

Help them  glue the tensile around the border using hot glue.

 

They are done!

Isn’t it cute?

 

As I said we even added some fancy silver to our noisemakers, and some other paper hats that we had.

My kids even wanted their cups to be festive… hmmm.

We are ready to party!

 

I am so excited to celebrate New Years.

Before you go check out also our New Year Toppers Tutorial

 

All of these Party Favors will go perfectly with our Chalkboard Vintage Theme.

 

You can get this Free New Year’s Party  Kit here.

 

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and that you are as excited as I am for New Year’s Eve.

I can’t wait!

Have a wonderful day my friends!

Besos

Desirée

 

Desiree
Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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15 Responses to DIY New Years Hats and Party Favors

  1. Such a lovely idea! Will do this next christmas! :) Thanks for sharing.

  2. Terri Lane says:

    Those are adorable. I just saw this very late but, next christmas i will surely make this. :)

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