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New Year’s Eve Traditions from Around the World

| November 28, 2013 | 4 Comments

New Year’s Eve Traditions – be inspired to create your OWN Family Traditions for New Year’s Eve!

New Year's Eve Traditions from around the wrold

Nothing quite like a good celebration to see in the New Year! What we love even more, is creating our OWN family traditions.. taking an inspiration here and and inspiration there. Above all making New Year’s Eve fun. After the big run up to Christmas, however, we do like to keep things simple and relax a little. So take a peak at these New Year’s Eve Traditions from around the world and maybe see if you can pick one or two of them to do with your family!

New Year's Eve Traditions - Coal & Gold  New Year's Eve Grapes from Spain via www.redtedart.com  New Year's Eve - Burning Wishes (Russia)

Gold & Coal – Scotland

Grapes – Spains

Burning Wishes – Russia

New Year's Eve Traditions Black Eye Beans  Marzipan Pigs for New Year's  New Year's Eve Traditions Red Underwear

Black Eyed Peas – Southern US

Marzipan Good Luck Piggies – Germany/ Austria

Red Knickers – Italy

New Year's Eve Sausages and Sparklers (Hungary)  New Year's Eve Traditions - Wave Jumping (Brazil)  New Year's Eve

Sparklers & Frankfurters – Hungary

Wave Jumping – Brazil

Create Your Own Traditions

Bleigiessen-Set  red envelope-001

Bleigiessen – Austria/ Germany

Red Money Envelopes – China

If you are doing the “big countdown” with the kids and are looking at some crafts to do with them, check out these 30 New Year’s Eve Crafts!

30 Wonderful New Years Eves Crafts

All set? What will you be doing for New Year’s Eve? After making our marzipan pigs for friends and family, I am likely to have a lovely warm drink and snuggled on the sofa…. phew 2013 has been BUSY!!!!!

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  1. Charlene says:

    Love it

  2. Ali says:

    I will be adopting the red knicker tradition…. although far from Italian, I’m liking this one!

  3. Daniela says:

    Love this idea! Would love to have you link up at Link’n Blogs link party. :)
    http://iputabirdonit.blogspot.com/2013/12/linkn-blogs-4.html?m=1

    xo
    Daniela
    Put A Bird On It

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