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Noisy Noisemakers


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Learn how to make noisemakers with these kids craft ideas. These aren't any old noisemakers; they're Noisy Noisemakers!

Noisy Noisemakers


  • Spray paint in team or school color
  • Empty paint can {pint or quart are good for this project {please go get an unused one… don’t try to clean an old paint tin-that’s just troublesome and wrong}
  • Electrical tape {black and white are the most common colors}
  • Duct tape {love that they make this in so many colors now! }
  • Metal pieces- the boxes here are nuts, bolts, screws, but you could easily improvise with pennies or other small metal goods you might have lying around the house


  1. Spray paint

  2. Once the paint is dry, drop metal pieces in.

  3. The pint size can has the ‘seal-able’ lid like a big paint can does, so fill that space with hot glue.Fill the whole valley with hot glue and put the top into place as quick quick as you can and hammer the top into place.

  4. Let your can cool all the way and set and then get ready to test it out!
  5. I didn’t think they were ‘noisy’ enough… so a hole in the top and hole in the bottom allow the noise to ‘escape’.

  6. You can easily change it up and do whatever works for you, but I want easy--white duct tape with black electrical tape


 For more great New Year's Eve craft ideas, check out 14 New Years Eve Party Ideas, Recipes, Drinks & Decorations eBook.

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