Easy Mother’s Day Crafts that Kids and Mom will Love
Mothers and Grandmothers love to get a hand-made gift for Mother’s Day. When children are young they love to make gifts for people. Time to put this want into action. These crafts are easy enough for toddlers to make, but still fun enough that older children will want to make them too. Let’s honor the Mother’s in our life with some handmade gifts. Here are easy Mother’s Day Crafts that kids can make.
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Mom will love these homemade mothers day gifts from there children. Put a smile on moms face with these poems, cards and handmade gifts. These are the things mom will save and treasure.
Click below to download a free printable mothers day crafts packet. Perfect for school teachers to do in class and dad’s to do with their little ones. Print these pages out and give with one of these crafts.
Mother’s Day Photo Frame
- Popsicle sticks– 2 large and 2 small – or you can use the same size
- Puzzle pieces – if you have a puzzle missing pieces those are perfect to use. If not go to the dollar store for any puzzle
- Picture of the child
- Take the four popsicle sticks and glue them together in the corners. If you use two size popsicle sticks then glue the smaller sticks an inch down from the top and about a half an inch up from the bottom. This then puts the picture in the middle.
- Then take the puzzle pieces and glue wherever you choose.
- On one of the puzzle pieces write “I love you to pieces!”
- Then take the picture and take to the back.
- Ta-Dah!! A beautiful picture frame that mom will treasure.
- Use the painters take to spell out letters on the canvas. I did LOVE but you could do MOM as well.
- Then paint over the tape with the color you choose. If a younger child is painting I suggest only using one color, not four.
- After painting one section with a certain color then continue to paint the other sections with the other paint colors.
- Toddlers can use their fingers instead of a paintbrush.
- When the paint is COMPLETELY dry then peel off the tape.
- A beautiful painting that mom will display year after year.
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Mother’s Day Finger Print Heart
- Glue the poem onto the bottom of the canvas.
- Then take the heart cut out and put above the poem.
- Next, paint inside the heart with the color you choose. If a younger child is painting I suggest only using one color, not four.
- After painting leave the cut out until the paint dries.
Let me know how it went making these crafts with your little ones. Which one did your child like the most?
Easy Mother’s Day crafts for kids to make that mom will cherish.
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