Looking for a homemade Mother’s Day gift the kids can make? (Yes, it’s okay to sit down with the kids and help them make you a gift. They will treasure that time crafting with you just as much as you treasure the gift!)
Here are 20 Mother’s Day Crafts for kids that make beautiful gifts. And don’t forget, grandmas like gifts on Mother’s Day, too!
Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts and Cards:
This Thumb Print Necklace is sure to be a treasured keepsake as the kids get older.
Mom deserves a little time alone to relax! These Homemade Bath Salts are perfect for a good soak in the tub.
After a long day, these Lavender Rosemary Bath Fizzies will be the perfect way to unwind.
Even little ones can help make this Magnetic Photo Frame, perfect for displaying those cute pictures on the fridge!
Kids will love having their artwork displayed with these Sandpaper Printed Towels.
How about a classic popsicle stick craft? Popsicle Stick Coasters are simple gifts kids can make.
Kids will have fun creating a beautiful Bookmark Using Sharpies.
Here is a unique Mother’s Day Tea Cup Card, with some cute Mother’s Day poems to go with it.
This simple Hand Print Flower Pot Card will make the perfect keepsake.
And this Footprint Mother’s Day Card reminds us just how important mothers are.
Flower-Themed Mother’s Day Crafts:
Do you garden? I love the look of this Drip Painted Flower Pot!
These Finger Print Painted Flower Pots look adorable when placed in a small group.
This Footprint Butterfly Flowerpot is sure to be a treasured gift for moms. (I bet Grandma would love one, too!)
Kids can create this Mother’s Day Fairy Garden and add a touch of whimsy to the garden.
Whether you do a few flowers and make a card, or make it large enough to frame, this Baby Footprint Garden is just adorable!
What about something a little different from your typical flower idea? This M.O.M. Herb Container Garden will bring fresh herbs throughout the summer.
Instead of giving mom flowers that will die in a week, here’s a sweet Cup-cake Liner Flower Bouquet the kids can make.
This adorable Button Flower Bouquet would brighten up any mom’s desk.
Like recycled crafts? Kids can create their very own Cardboard Tube Flower Bouquet.
Kids too little to really craft? Even young toddlers can make this cute Cup-cake Flower Magnet.
Finally, although it’s not really a craft, these Keepsake Questions for Mother’s Day are something moms will enjoy reading and looking back on over the years.
Have another homemade Mother’s Day gift you’ve gotten and loved? Tell me about it in the comments below!