It’s hard to figure out what to give your mom, and children especially need help. Here are 50+ great ideas for Mother’s Day crafts for kids!
When you are a kid, it’s hard to even understand holidays, much less think of projects to make for them. Sometimes the little ones just need a bit of guidance!
This post is for dads or moms that are looking for gifts for grandma . . . basically anyone who needs good ideas for Mother’s Day crafts for kids!
I thought all of these selections were really cute, and you can use them or display them with pride. What did I choose? You’ll just have to see by scrolling down!
Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids
You're going to love this list of Mother's Day craft ideas for kids! Lots of kids ideas that young kids can make. From toddlers and preschoolers to teens and tweens, there are projects for everyone on this list.
Use paint to make painted flower pots with rainbow ombre awesomeness! Both children and adults alike will love this easy craft. In fact, mothers and kids might want to make it together for Mother's Day!
Along with being easy to create, the finished tumblers cost around $3 each to make. Pick up tumblers from your local resale shop or dollar store and then grab the paint. Kids can make this as Mother's Day gift very easily!
Moms: create some one-of-a-kind handprint flower DIY bookmarks for kids. Make this fun craft with your child to celebrate the upcoming change in season and to create an awesome keepsake/gift at the same time.
If you need an easy kids’ craft idea with great results, this egg carton art is fun and sure to please. This recycled canvas art can be customized for any holiday or decor, and is a perfect Mother's Day craft for kids.
If you have little ones, this is the sweetest Mother’s Day craft and gift idea that any mom, aunt, or grandma will love. Trust me, Moms love a handmade gift that they can treasure forever, and this fits the bill.
There's something beautiful about receiving a gift made by tiny hands. With Mother's Day coming soon, I thought it would be fun to share these bright and colorful flower pins that kids can make and mom can wear.
Here’s a fun little craft for the kids to make for Mother’s Day. Honestly, adults will have just as much (if not more?) fun making these Shrinky Dink keychains. A great idea for mom and the littles to make together.
Fingerprint art magnets are a fun handmade gift that kids can make for Mother's Day or any gift occasion. Invite children to use their fingertips and thumbs to make these quick and easy magnets at home or in the classroom.
Brighten up her Mother's Day with these cute yarn wrapped flowers! These lovely paper flowers can be enjoyed as they are or potted up into little paper filled plant pots. Either way I’m sure you’ll agree they are just adorable.
Have you tried making mosaics before? You're going to love using pasta to create all kinds of unique pictures and designs (and they make the perfect gift for Mother’s Day too). This sensory art project is perfect for all ages!
Get ready for Mom’s heart to flutter with happiness when you give her this pretty Mother’s Day butterfly card. This cute butterfly craft is easy for preschoolers and kids of all ages to make with the help of a craft template.
This Mother’s Day bookmark and card set is such a lovely handmade gift idea for kids to make! I love the beautiful bright colors of the watercolors and the way they mix together on the paper to create unique and interesting patterns.
If you loved these Mother’s Day crafts for kids, I’ve got some other ideas I think you’re going to like! Check them out below:
Thanks for all the cute ideas! The tote bag idea is wonderful. In addition to making a bag for grandma, I may have my kids decorate several other bags so that we always have stylish reusable bags for library trips and grocery shopping! As a mom, I know you can never have too many reusable bags—I use them for practically everything these days.
Monday 28th of April 2014
Thanks so much for featuring my flower pens! Can't wait to check out more of your site :)
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