DIY Noise Makers are a great way to ring in the New Year. This quick and easy kids’ craft is fun and the perfect addition to our Noon Year’s Eve Kids Party. Made with supplies you most likely have on hand.
We threw a Noon Year’s Eve Party for our kids this year so they wouldn’t have to stay up until midnight. It was genius. We invited friends over at 10:00 am and partied until Noon! These DIY Noise Makers were one of the activities that we added to our Countdown Bags.
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own DIY Noise Makers:
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- Paper Plates
- Markers, stickers, or washi tape to decorate the plates with.
- Popcorn, beans, or uncooked pasta to place inside the plates for the noise.
- Craft sticks
- Glue dots
Decorate the bottom of 2 paper plates.
Place a glue dot on one of the inside edges of the paper plate. Place a craft stick on it and push down to secure.
Place some corn inside the plate. Put the other plate on top.
Secure plates to each other with glue dots or stapler.
And the kids are ready to make some noise come New Years!
Check out the rest of the Noon Year’s Eve Party.
Here’s a sneak peek of the other projects for this party.
DIY New Year’s Eve Party Clock Backdrop
New Year’s Eve Kids’ Countdown Bags
New Year’s Eve Fortune Teller Printable
Rebekah Purnel says
Thank you very much, Becky. My daughter likes noise-makers too much and I have made a plan to make some of those for her to present at the upcoming birthday! I’m going to make some noise-maker, hope to make like yours. 🙂
I hope she enjoys these.