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These creative Mother’s Day crafts make the perfect gift for mom, especially because they come straight from the heart.
Nothing makes kids happier than making Mother’s Day crafts for mom on Valentine’s Day. When I taught Kindergarten, my little ones would work so hard to make sure their Mother’s Day gifts were absolutely perfect. There’s just something special about a gift that comes from the heart, and the kids know that as well as the adults.
These are the gifts that moms save for years to come and most of these are simple enough that kids of all ages can put them together. Younger kids can get a little help from dad or even an older sibling. Whether it’s tracing little hands and feet to make a bouquet or a painting a beautiful vase to hold flowers, moms will love any of these adorable Mother’s Day crafts.
If you want the cutest card ever to go with your craft, print this adorable Mother’s Day questionnaire for the kids to fill out. Both my girls did these when they were younger and I’ve saved them to this day…the answers were just beyond precious!
Mother’s Day Crafts
Kids will love making this adorable tissue paper Mason Jar Vase for mom. Fill it with flowers and you’ve got the perfect gift!
It doesn’t get much easier than this Mother’s Day Card With Egg Carton Flowers. Even the youngest kids can make this with a little help from dad!
This cute DIY photo cube is easy for all ages. Plus, what mom doesn’t love getting more pictures of the kids to put on display!
This craft started off with just a citrus themed apron but then I added a matching dish towel and utensil holder for the perfect DIY gift for mom. Is it bad if I want to keep this one for myself?
My Kindergarteners always loved making these adorable fingerprint flower pots. Add some pretty flowers and you’ve got the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
Kids will love painting these little bottle caps, adding their favorite photo and giving mom these adorable bottle cap magnets for Mother’s Day. Plus, it’s another one of those gifts that mom can use all year long.
My girls made these tile photo coasters and they’re so pretty that I don’t even want to put a glass on top of them.
How adorable are these tissue paper flowers. They’re so colorful and pretty and the best part is that they last a whole lot longer than regular flowers!
Moms never get tired of crafts made with handprints and foot prints. It’s too much fun to compare them each year as the kids grow. That’s why moms will love this easy to make Handprint & Footprint Flowers And Vase from A Little Pinch Of Perfect.
This Tissue Paper Flower Pot from ABC’s To ACT’s is the perfect Mother’s Day gift for toddlers. It’s super easy and there’s no right or wrong way to do it. They’ll have a blast making it all by themselves.
What mom doesn’t want to hear her child tell her all the reasons she’s loved? This I Love You Because… flower craft from Busy Creating Memories will make moms everywhere a little teary eyed.
These easy Craft Stick Flower Pots from Typically Simple are super cute and easy to make. The best part is that Mom can use them for everything from vases to pencil holders.
Kids can show mom just how much they love her with this I Love You This Much craft from A Day In My Life
Why not give mom flowers that’ll last more than a week. Kids can make a beautiful bouquet with Coffee Filter Flowers from One Creative Mommy.
Mom will love the unique style of this Paper Flower Bowl from B Inspired Mama
Who remembers making Shrinky Dinks as a kid? I do and they must be making a comeback. I’d feel so nostalgic if my girls gave me a gift like this Shrinky Dink Footprint Keychain from The Best Ideas For Kids
Mason jars always make great vases, especially when you add pictures of the kids. This Mason Jar Picture Frame Vase from Home Stories A-Z is a beautiful gift that can be displayed year round.
If you don’t want real flowers, this paper flower bouquet from Ann’s Entitled Life is pretty adorable too!
What fun Mother’s Day crafts have your kids made?
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