Here’s a bunch of fun Mother’s Day craft ideas as a tribute to all that is lovely in our world as Mom’s. I hope your day is special and filled with the love you deserve!
Marie’s man came up with this bookmark. Talk about impressive, Dude! The next year Marie added lots of ways to say the word Mother in different languages for the back.
Marie’s blog is Makes and Takes and has fabulous new design! She’s one of my fav’s and an incredible mother.
Look at this shrinky dink charm bracelet made by Allison. I’m a shrinky dink fan myself! Great job girl!
I’ve got to mention these cute Photo Flowers over at Kaboose. They’re too darling!
Here is Life with Kadanes first Mother’s Day gift. What a beautiful saying. “MOM, you keep me on the right path and help me grow stronger.” With cute foot prints on each side.
Take a look at this hand print Mother’s Day card made by Zakka Life. Isn’t it amazing! It’s so easy and made with a circle of clay.
Look what Judy brought home as a party favor from a Mother’s Day luncheon. It’s made out of yellow card stock and a decorative hankie. So sweet!
Holy Cow, look these games Kathy personalized for her mother! Her Mom loves to play games so Kathy went above and beyond and made the play time a little more special.
Other games that can be revamped:
Connect 4: Cut out the pictures of you and Mom and glue them to the inner area of the chips. You should end up with two sets of chips.
Dominoes: Glue your favorite picture or paper on the back of each one to make your own set.
Yahtzee: Decorate the dice and cup with paint markers. Design your own score sheet and pencils.
Backgammon: Use a glue stick and scrapbook paper to enliven the board.
Monopoly: Create your own game pieces and money.
I found this cute tutorial on how to make a candy bouquet out of these cute lollipop flowers.
Look what Michelle made for herself for Mother’s Day! This is such a great Mother’s Day craft idea and great for Grandmother’s as well.
Kriss made this flower pot out of a kit she picked up at a craft store in the kids section.
Hettie made these homemade bath salts for Mother’s Day.
Jennifer made these hand flowers with her children for Mother’s Day. I really like the pipe cleaner flower as well – too cute.