Awesome Mothers Day Ideas
The best card ideas, easy projects preschoolers and toddlers can do and even a few amazing art projects.Awesome Mothers Day Ideas
1. Tulip in a Heart Card
This is one of the nicest cards you can make for Mother’s day – close it shut and when the card is opened it reveals a nice 3D tulip.
2. Heart Shaped Notebook
What is wonderful about this one it that it’s simple to make and you can fill this book with lovely kid’s drawings. Priceless keepsake for years to come.
3. Flowers in Hand
Another project worthy of a display on your fridge. Trace your child’s hand, make flowers and make a bouquet that won’t wilt away.
4. Fingerprint Heart Tree
This one has been one of our favorite projects to make over the years.
5. Unicorn Flower Pot
This unicorn flower pot makes the perfect kid made Mother’s day gift.
6. Handprint Art
Make a wonderful Mother’s day handprint art.
7. Handprint Salt Dough or Air Dry Clay Candle Holder – Mothers day crafts for kids to make in the classroom
Salt dough keepsakes are perfect for larger groups of kids as they are really frugal
8. Heart Flower
One of the most fun Mother’s day cards – this heart opens up to reveal a hidden message.
9. Egg Carton Flowers
Can you believe these flowers are made out of egg cartons?
10. Corner Bookmark
See how to make heart corner bookmark
Mother Day Cards Ideas
You could’t let mother’s Day come and go and not using a heartfelt card, and in our minds do-it-yourself is continuously high-quality. We’ve gathered up a bunch of DIY playing cards with a view to make her coronary heart soften, all of which might be handy and quick for kids to make. Read on to get the scoop.
1. Bouquet of Hearts
Break out the construction paper and ribbon to craft this colorful card from Make and Takes. We love the cool 3D effect of this one—to find out how it’s done
2. Her Biggest Fan
Inspired by Squirrelly Minds, make mom a pretty fan that expands to show her some of the reasons why you love her. Kiddos can go to town decorating each heart with crayons. To get the full instructions.
3. A Pretty Printable
If you’re not the crafty type, go for this printable from Weekend Craft. It’s as easy as getting some cardstock, cutting it down to size and adding a personal note inside
4. Paper Flowers
We’re obsessed with this card from Lovely Clusters, and chances are mom will be too. Kids can cut out different shapes and colors of flowers, then you can lend a hand gluing everything on if needed. To get all the details on how it’s made,
5. A Map to Her Heart
We heart this rainbow painting project aspiring artists can make for mom on her special day. The Artful Parent is where you’ll find out how to create this card that’s meant to be treasured.