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Each one of these Mothers Day crafts is designed for kids to create themselves. They’re a great way to show Mom how special she is. There are so many great ideas to choose from!
I cherish handmade gifts. They’re even more special when my kids make them for me. These simple and adorable Mothers Day crafts are perfect for preschoolers and big kids alike.
Mothers Day Crafts
Love tissue paper crafts? Let your little ones make a tissue paper flower pot for Mother’s Day. Take it one step further by allowing them to plant a flower in it before giving it to Mom.
Handprint crafts are always a hit with Mom. This handprint Mother’s Day keepsake will be treasured for years to come.
Yarn-wrapped tulips will look great in a mason jar on your kitchen table. And, while the kids make them, they won’t realize they’re building fine motor skills at the same time.
The only thing sweeter than a handprint craft is a fingerprint craft. This fingerprint keepsake mini heart canvas is so simple that even your youngest kiddos can make one.
I remember getting a lily for my first Mother’s Day. It has long since died. But, these handprint lilies will last forever!
It’s a card and a craft all in one! Mom will love this “huggy” Mother’s Day card craft.
Celebrate Mom with an adorable I Love Mom Mother’s Day thumbprint craft. It’s super easy, and kids can whip one up in no time.
My kid won’t eat celery, but she’d certainly use it to make celery stamped flowers. These would look beautiful on the front of a Mother’s Day card.
With a free printable flower template, this Flower Mother’s Day Card is simple for kids to make for Mom.
This craft is similar to the tissue paper pots I shared above. Kid-painted flower pots are just as fun, and will hold up to outdoor use.
Personalized Mother’s Day candy bar wrappers are a great way to present Mom with her favorite candy bar.
These DIY Mother’s Day flowers are so much fun to do with preschoolers. There’s nothing cuter than a hand-print craft!
A hand-painted wooden cutting board will look wonderful on your kitchen counter.
Recycle an old soda bottle to create printed flowers. Then, use those flowers to decorate a simple Mother’s Day card.
This project is a little more in depth than the others featured in this post. However, mom is sure to love the resulting paper mache plate created just for her.
I don’t know who will love this dancing Mother’s Day flower craft more – mom or the kiddo creating it!
Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who’s the fairest mom of all? Let your little ones draw a portrait of Mom on this printable mirror craft for Mother’s Day.
Use dyed pasta and clay to make a one-of-a-kind mosaic for Mom!
This heart-shaped fingerprint tree card is easy to set up and can be made pretty quickly. But, don’t let the simplicity of this craft deter you. It’s one Mom will treasure.
Which one of these adorable Mothers Day crafts will you try with your kids?