12 Mother’s Day Crafts That The Kids Can Makecraftyamy
I love making Mother’s Day crafts! Maybe it’s because my mom is creative too, but I just love making her handmade gifts. She always appreciates them, and it’s something I’ve done since I was a child. With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I thought I’d put together a collection of 12 Mother’s Day crafts that kids can make. Dads – if the kids haven’t started the handmade tradition yet, now is the time! These would also make great gifts for grandmas. (And even some of them for teachers!) To see the collection I put together, just click through the slideshow below!
12 Mother’s Day Crafts the Kids Can Make 1 of 13
Click through the slideshow to see them!
Paper Tulips 2 of 13
Make a fun and colorful tulip bouquet using heavy construction paper and scissors.
Heart Locket 3 of 13
This necklace is made of a very readily available material - cardboard!
Painted Umbrella 4 of 13
Use permanent fabric paint to decorate a nylon umbrella with fun designs.
Easy Handprints 5 of 13
Add a child's handprint to a pretty painted frame for a lasting memory.
Dandelion Vases 6 of 13
Adults and children can make these clay vases together - then bake and let kids have fun with the painting part.
Matchbox Locket 7 of 13
It's fun to decorate an old matchbox with papers and embellishments - and then include a picture of your child inside!
Clothespin Pot 8 of 13
Glitter clothespins and add them to old yogurt cups to make this pretty pot.
Handkerchief Card 9 of 13
Decorate a pretty handkerchief with sweet messages to mom - just use fabric paint and stencils.
Handprint Brooch 10 of 13
Turn kids' handprints into a pretty lily brooch - in just a few simple steps.
Clay Birdfeeder 11 of 13
All you need is oven baked clay in your favorite color and a little imagination to make this bird feeder!
Painted Beads 12 of 13
Create this personalized necklace with paint colors that match children's features.
Handprint Mug 13 of 13
Make sure to get ceramic paint for this fun project -then all you need is your children's hands.
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