Cute Kids Crafts for Mother’s Day

May 9, 2013 by

Mother’s Day is right around the corner. It’s that special day where we all give thanks to those who tackle the sometimes thankless job of being ‘mom’.

We’ve rounded up a few cute kids crafts for Mother’s Day that moms will surely enjoy and appreciate.

mason jar vase

photo credit: christina’s adventures

Cute Handprint Mason Jar Vase
We love this cute homemade vase from Christina’s Adventures. It’s simple and fun to make. All you need is a mason jar, some paint and a little patience as you’re waiting for the paint to dry. To add to the fun, you can handpick some special mom-worthy flowers to go with it.

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celery paint flowers

photo credit: parentella

Celery Print Flower Picture
Celery gone bad? You can still put it to good use thanks to this crafty tip from Parentella. Just cut the stalks down, add a little paint to the ends and voilà! You’ve got your very own flower stamp. Fun for days – but, especially on Mother’s Day!

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pressed flower frame

photo credit: naturally educational

Pressed Flower Frames
Here is a fun way to decorate a wooden (or cardboard) picture frame from Naturally Educational. Flowers and paint meet again to create another cute Mother’s Day treasure.

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butterfly hands card

photo credit: frankly speaking too

Butterfly Hands Mother’s Day Card
This cute kid craft is originally from Our Daily Obsession. Pictured is a slight variation, thanks to Frankly Speaking Too. Construction paper, scissors, glue will take care of most of the butterfly construction. For the antenna, try using ribbon or pipe cleaners.

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flower of love

photo credit: macaroni kid

Flower of Love
More flower power for Mom. This cute Mother’s Day craft comes from Macaroni Kid. The “hand made” foam flower contains a reason why Mom (or grandma/recipient) is loved on each flower pedal. And it is topped off with an adorable picture in the center. Sooo cute!

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