This collection of Mother’s Day craft projects is for all the dads out there! Guys, I really think you should impress your wives by having the kids make mom a handmade gift. And let’s fact it – you need the bonus points. Right? Today I’m sharing some of my favorite Mother’s Day craft ideas. All are simple, and the children will be able to accomplish them in one sitting. This flower pipe cleaner bouquet from Make and Takes is the perfect accompaniment to a spa gift certificate! Give mom a present she’ll love AND spend time crafting with the kids. Click through the jump to see more!
Handprint Wall Art 1 of 6This is a great one for older children. Have them trace their hands, cut them out and then adhere to a piece of wood. They can also do the simple embroidery, and the result is a unique and personalized piece of wall art.
Learn how they were made at Annalea Hart
Love Rocks 2 of 6Kids will have a blast collecting the stones for this project. The trick is to find the smoothest stones possible! Cut fabric scraps shaped like hearts and Mod Podge onto the smooth side.
See how to do it at Not the Office Type
Painted Pot 3 of 6Children of all ages can decorate a pretty little pot with bright paint colors. Add soil and seeds to finish off the gift.
Get instructions at Paint Cut Paste
Strung Up Love 4 of 6This pretty piece of art was made by stringing chain and yarn around nails in a heart shape. Make sure to do the hammering for younger children.
Find the tutorial at Family Fun
Handprint Clips 5 of 6These cute floral clips are so easy to make. Make a paint handprint and cut out - then cut a stem from green paper. Attach both to a clothespin that has a magnetic back. Write a special note to mom on the back of the hand!
Visit the post at Skip to My Lou
Floral Card 6 of 6I like this paper plate idea because it can hold a gift card. Simply fold a paper plate in half, then embellish with cut out flowers and marker.
Get the instructions at Kaboose
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