Easy Mother’s Day Crafts to Make With Your Kids

By Country Living

Any mom would rather receive something meaningful and from the heart as opposed to an expensive present. After you serve her a Mother’s Day breakfast in bed or even bake up a delicious Mother’s Day cake, it’s time to give Mom a special keepsake to remind her how much she is loved. These easy Mother’s Day crafts will make for the best Mother’s Day gifts—because they’re simple for even the littlest ones to put together. Mom will happily display these crafty creations around the home. From homemade picture frames to our instructions on how to make paper flowers, these beautiful ideas will look stunning in any room.

Photo Coaster

photos by Brian Woodcock

Photo Coasters

Mom will enjoy her morning cup of tea even more when she looks down and sees her child’s smiling face. Start by printing a photo (either in black & white or color) on card stock paper that is 1/4-inch smaller than a glazed white tile. Brush the back of the photo with glossy Mod Podge and place on the tile, making sure it’s centered. Brush the top of the photo with Mod Podge to seal. Allow to dry completely.

 

handmade lavender pouches

Lavender Pouches

Cut a 2-by-4-inch rectangle from a handkerchief or piece of fabric. Fold in half crosswise with the pattern facing inward. Stitch two sides closed; turn pouch right-side out. Fill with dried lavender. Hand-stitch opening closed.

popsicle stick frame mothers day craft kids

Photo by a few shortcuts

Craft Stick Picture Frame

Once the kids have picked out their favorite photo with Mom, they can proudly display it against a handmade frame. The brighter, the better!

Get the tutorial at A Few Shortcuts.

 

Many more craft ideas at:

https://www.countryliving.com/diy-crafts/g4233/mothers-day-crafts-kids/

Author: Dennis Hickey

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