4 Quick and Easy New Year Crafts using HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3635 Printer

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New year is just around the corner!

Are you all set to welcome New Year with crafts and DIYs?

Cmon let me help you here with 4 easy New Year crafts and DIYs which I made using HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3635 printer.

new year craftsAll the crafts shown here can be made in a jiffy. You just need to get the free printables online, get it printed, personalize it, color and voila you are all ready to welcome the New Year in style!

#1. Banner for New Year

new year banner

Banner is an inevitable craft for the New Year. Find free printable of alphabets online, get it printed, color it and hang on your wall or ceiling.

banner

I have stuck the banner onto my wall. You can also add glitter/glitter powder to decorate the banner.

#2. 2016 Mask/ Spectacle for Kids

mask

Looking for a mask or spectacle for your kids this New Year?

Print out the frame of the spectacle and color it. Print the number 2016 and attach the individual numbers onto the spectacle with the help of a glue.

mask 2016

I have used the black frame for spectacles and numbers in golden glitter.

My daughter loved it! Make this easy DIY which your kid is going to adore completely.

#3. Moustache prop

new year moustache

Moustache prop adds that element of funkiness in your New Year crafts. Print out the required moustache type and color it. Attach ice stick with the help of glue or tape. I have used the ice stick in orange color.

moustache

#4. New Year Hat prop

new year props

New year hat prop can be made in a jiffy too. Use the free printable hats available on Pinterest and customize with your choice of color and texture. I have attached the ice stick on it.

Hope you loved these 4 New year crafts and DIYs. Do try making these and share with me in comments how it turned out 🙂

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Sangeetha is the owner of Bumps n Baby and a super cool mom of a 4 year old princess. Her life revolves around laptop and kitchen these days as she is mastering the art of multi-tasking.

2 Comments

  1. Am planning to make Chocolate which you posted on Christmas, can I add Salted butter instead of Unsalted one? Planning to make it now, so please let me know ASAP. Don’t use Coconut oil as well.

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