Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids

  • Post last modified:March 28, 2019
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I love receiving handmade gifts, especially for Mother’s Day. What better gift to receive than a keepsake from your child? I mean maybe wine… am I right? Juuust Kidding. Kinda…

I have compiled a list of my favourite Mother’s Day crafts below. They are all fairly easy to make even for toddlers!

DIY Mother’s Day Gifts

Handprint Flower Pot

This card is awesome to make for mother’s day! It duels as a handprint keepsake and a cute card! {via The Best Ideas for Kids}

Mother’s Day Photo Planter

How great is this photo planter? This is the perfect gift for any mom has a green thumb or just enjoys little plants here and there. I love that the tutorial is easy enough for anyone to do! {via Little Red Window}

Egg Carton Flowers

What a perfect craft for Mother’s Day. Right after you dye all your eggs for Easter, you are sure to have egg cartons laying around. Reuse those cartons for this cute little flower craft. {Via The Best Ideas for Kids}

Painted Rock Photo Holder

Look how cute these photo holder’s are. Great craft for the artsy child! I know rock painting has been really popular over the last few years. If your child already has painted rocks, this is a great way to find a use for them. {via Buggy and Buddy}

Mason Jar Votives

Easy cute gift! And it can serve multiple purposes. The mason jar can be used for other things as well! Like collecting sea glass, holding spare change, etc. {via I heart Arts and Crafts}

Cupcake Paper Flowers

These cards are so cute and easy to make. A great craft for little toddlers to make for Mother’s Day. {Via I heart Crafty Things}

Fingerprint Butterfly Mug

How awesome is this fingerprint mug for the coffee or tea drinkers in the family? {via The Best Ideas for Kids}

Handprint Keepsake Flowers

I love any craft using handprints or footprints. They are so cute and great keepsake to look back on years later to reminisce on how small there little hand were! {via Homeschool Preschool}

Handprint Ladybug Card

I’m loving this cute little ladybug card. {via Arty Crafty Kids}

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