Start 2014 out right with these creative ideas for your new years eve party. From tasty recipes to festive decorations to fun party games, we have everything you need to ring in the new year.
Ring in the new year (on December 31 or on January 31, the Chinese New Year) with this homemade noisemaker, a hand drum based on a traditional Asian design.
Bake a timely treat this New Year's Eve with these clock cookies.
Hungry partygoers will cheer our silvery "midnight" snack, inspired by the famed New York City original.
Make it a sweet new year with this colorful confetti cake.
Grab a spoon and toast the New Year with a cool, sparkly dessert that wiggles.
A sheet of paper is all you'll need to create some buzz this New Year's Eve.
Make and wear a hat for any holiday.
Here's a kid-friendly twist on hoppin' John, a Southern dish made with black-eyed peas and rice that's standard New Year's fare.
This colorful Southern dish of black-eyed peas and rice is traditionally served on New Year's Day to bring good luck.
This clever cake is sure to be the life of your New Year's Eve party.
Create ice cream treats that add festive flair to your New Year's Eve celebration.
This flavorful dip, rich with feta cheese, makes a great sandwich spread too.
Get the new year off to a swimming start with these fortune-bringing fish.
Shake, rattle, and roll in the new year by helping your child recycle empty ribbon spools into colorful noisemakers for New Year's Eve.
This cute coin-headed doll, good for one wish, makes a great New Year's party favor.
Here's a fun way to ring in the new year -- with a personalized greeting card! A great craft from Spoonful.com.
This homemade flower party hat will get your New Year's bloomin'.
Ring in the new year with a project that your child can bank on: a custom container for savings.
In this lights-out version of a classic party game, the object is to avoid the beam of the flashlight.
On New Year's Eve, invite your kids to write a letter to their future selves. They can list their favorite things and make predictions.
Transform used soda or water bottles and your child's lone socks into playful penguins -- and turn your lawn into an eye-catching, laugh-inducing winter display.
Here's a classic breakfast your kids will flip over on New Year's day.
Make a Spin Drum
Times Square Ball
Bubbly Jell-O® Parfait
Make a Paper Noisemaker
Black-Eyed Pea Parfaits
New Year's Cake
New Year's Hats
Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Dip
New Year's Card
New Year's Flower Hat
Wishes Can Come True
First Night Flashlight Limbo
Time Capsule Letter
Antarctic Auditions: Penguin Craft
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