It’s time to start thinking about the new year! Here’s a fun adult New Year’s I Spy Printable Game to enjoy while ushering in 2021.

New Year's I Spy Game Printable

It’s time for the December Pin Challenge! The purpose of the Pinterest Challenge is to motivate us to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month’s challenge is all about New Year’s or winter projects. Since we’ll probably still be at home to celebrate, I thought it would be nice to create a printable game that we can play for New Year’s at home.

When the kids were younger, we often played I Spy games, like the ones pictured above. It’s a fun game that challenges you to visually find items on a crowded page full of different things. Most I Spy books and printables on Pinterest are for kids, so I wanted to create one that was a little harder for adults and older kids. There are a ton of printable I Spy Games found on Pinterest and this game is inspired by a few of those games.

For more New Year’s and Winter ideas, make sure to check out the other host projects at the bottom.

Adult New Year's I Spy Printable Game

Adult New Year's I Spy Printable Game

Free layered New Year's I SPY printable for adults and older kids.


  • white card stock paper or printer paper
  • pens/pencils


  • printer


  1. Print out the number of Adult New Year's I SPY Printable Game needed >>> GET IT HERE. Make sure the image is sized to fit an 8.5"x11" paper.
  2. Give each person playing a pen or pencil.
  3. The number in front of each image equals the number of that image hidden in the picture. Note: some of the images are muted and layered, so you really need to search 🙂

How to play

  1. The first person that finishes wins. See below for prize ideas.
  2. Give a time limit for the entire puzzle and the person who finds the most images wins.
  3. Give a 1-2 minute time limit to find each individual item and give out mini prizes for each item.


Print on 60 or 70lb card stock for the best color and weight. If you're printer cannot use this weight of paper, download the image to a USB and take it to a printer store.

Did you make this project?

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For more Pinterest inspired projects from this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosts, check out the links below ↓

Now, let’s see what the other hosts have created ⇓⇓

2020 December Pinterest Challenge - Host Projects

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  1. What a fun game! Before a certain virus arrived, I played Bunco each month with a lovely group of ladies. This game would be a riot to play between our Bunco rounds! pinning -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  2. This seems like a fun game to play for new years and even during those confined, cold winter days! I like that you can print it out instead of having to buy it! It would also be great to play at New year parties as an ice breaker, too! Thanks for sharing! Pinned!