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Squirrel Picnic’s New Year’s Eve Party 2016

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Each year, Mayor Snack Frog hosts a New Year’s Eve party at Squirrel Picnic and invites all his friends from the picnic and beyond, including you! Rilakkuma, a super cute bear, is the special guest at the 2016 New Year’s Eve party. He’s brought a surprise all the way from Japan – a purikura machine! It’s like a photo booth but way cooler. Wait till you see everyone’s photos at the end. Enjoy the show!

If you’d like to make a purikura machine for your squirrel friends, check out the video tutorial I used to make mine. These instructions from My Froggy Stuff even come with free printables for the checkerboard floor and display.

Do your squirrel friends want to play Twister? Download the free printable from Just for Clicks.

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12 thoughts on “Squirrel Picnic’s New Year’s Eve Party 2016

  1. So cute, thank you for the wonderful show and the funny story! I wish you a very Happy New Year. Hope you have a great time ahead!

  2. Congratulations on another awesome New Year’s Eve party, Jennifer. I love the knitted pizza!

    A very happy New Year to you and all at Squirrel Picnic,
    Anna : )

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  4. Happy new year to you all

  5. What fun! A Purikura party! I relate to Tina. Cakes mesmerize me. HaHaHa! Imagine if the cake jumper outer got bored with waiting and forgot to jump and instead started nibbling and trying out bits of the cake from inside! LOL!
    GREAT New Years Video and a perfect start to 2016! 😀

  6. Wonder stuff Jennifer – I really loved the photo party, and thought the ending was perfect 🙂
    Happy New Year to you and your’s 🙂 x

  7. OMG! It’s like, a machine that takes selfies only you don’t have to hold the phone! Like, how totally futuristic!

    An excellent party once again! Looks like everyone had a good time, although I hope that poor critter got help getting off the Twister board! This is one of my favorite new holiday traditions!

    • YAY! I’m so glad that the new year’s party is one of your favorite new holiday traditions. I can hardly wait for next year! (Thanks for reminding me about the bunny on the Twister board. I better go make sure she’s all right!)