These easy mother’s day crafts for kids will help your child show that they have the best mom in the world. The whole world will know their mom rocks!
Fun plant starters for mom this Mother’s Day, or for any gardening enthusiast.
Moms put up with all of our antics over the years. And a year’s worth of our trouble causing deserves a very special gift 😉
Being a mom is a full time job and she does a great job at it, so show her with these fun crafts. They are great gifts to give to mom for Mother’s Day.
Just add a home-made card and she will be full of joy on her special day!
No need to go and spend lots of money on your Mom when you can make her a few special crafts that she will treasure forever.
Easy Mother’s Day Crafts For Kids
Here are just a few of the many crafts you can help your little one make for Mother’s day:
Homemade Plant Starters
If mom loves gardening you can help her get started early with some plant starters. Turn some empty paper rolls into cute plant starters for mom this Mother’s Day!
These are completely biodegradable and can be put right into the soil!
- Empty toilet paper
- Construction paper
- Non-toxic marker
Up-cycled flower pot
Recycle some empty containers and make mom a homemade flower pot for her favorite plants. What a great way to say I love you!
- Empty container
- construction paper
- pom poms
- paint brush
Love Bug Clay Pot Craft
Previously I made this adorable love bug from an old clay pot for Valentine’s Day, but there is no reason why you cannot give it for Mother’s Day also! It is a way to show love and respect for our Mommas who do so much for us all year long.
Toilet Paper Roll Vase with Tissue Flowers
Quite often I like to use my toilet paper roll vase with flowers as a Valentine craft but it is also useful as an easy Mother’s Day craft for kids.
You can still stick with pink and red or change the colors to pink and purple to make it a little different to the one I used for 14th February
Breakfast in bed door hanger
Color our door hanger and have mom hang it on her bedroom door with her order for breakfast. She can have a undisturbed and relaxing morning, with breakfast delivered to her bed!
Just click here, open the PDF and hit print!
I love my mommy because…
Show mom all the reasons you love her by coloring this free printable and putting it on the fridge!
Flowers for mom
Turn some coffee filters into pretty flowers as a great way to say I love you to mom this Mother’s day!
- Coffee filters
- pom pom (yellow)
- pipe cleaners
If your Mom loves flowers why not make some of my adorable paper Roses. You can put them inside a card for her!
#1 Mom badge
Show mom she is number one by making this cute mom badge.
How about making some cute Mother’s Day cards for Mom! I have an adorable Spring flower craft which features a great big bunch of flowers in a vase, all on paper of course. It makes for a really pretty card. You can see it below.
I have another 3D card which I adore. It is a little more difficult to make than the one above but Mom will be dead impressed if she gets one. Younger kids can get Dad to do most of the work. Maybe they can put their handprint and some kisses on the card somewhere so she can keep it as a keepsake.
Here’s another idea: we are still working on the pictures for (but the instructions are detailed enough for you to get crafting):
Create a bouquet of memories for mom to cherish for ever! Always check back with us, we will be sure to photograph this craft too!
- Construction Paper
- Popsicle Sticks
- Your Favorite Pictures of You and Mom
Outline and cut out 5-10 flowers. This depends on how many pictures you have. Create a flower for each picture. For this part you just need the outside of the flower. The middle of the flower is going to be your pictures.
Cut your pictures into a circle, to fit inside your flowers. Glue a picture to each flower.
Color all of your popsicle sticks green, for the stems of your flowers.
Cut out small leaves for your stems and glue them all over your popsicle sticks.
Glue your popsicle sticks to your flowers
Jazz It Up!!
Arrange all your popsicle stick flowers into a small vase for display.
Use these fun and easy mothers day crafts for kids to make mom feel extra special on her day! Our parents put up with all of our antics, they deserve an extra special gift for it!
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