A Handmade Mother’s Day: Crafts for Kids to Make for Mom

Here are four Mother's Day crafts for kids to create for mom in honor of the holiday on May 8, 2016.

Mother’s Day 2016 is just around the corner on Sunday, May 8. If you know a child that would like to surprise his mother with a special gift, there are so many great ideas for simple gifts to make thanks to creative bloggers and Instagram! It doesn’t have to be something big to make mom smile on Mother’s Day. This week’s roundup has a few ideas in case you’re called to help make a craft request come true.

Colorful Pour Pots

It’s OK to make a little bit of a paint mess in this project. Over on Edventures With Kids you’ll learn how to make a colorful pot to give with an even more colorful plant.

Sharpie Art Coasters

For the coffee or tea lover, make a unique coaster with the help of a favorite Sharpie marker. Paging Fun Mums transforms plain tiles into watercolor-inspired coasters.

Mason Jar Picture Frame Vase

This idea is so cute you’ll probably want to make more than one so that lucky recipient can keep the vase in several places! Home Stories A to Z is the place to learn how to make your own mason jar picture frame vase.

Sundae for Mother’s Day Printable Card

A Mother’s Day gift isn’t complete until you add a DIY card. Smart Schoolhouse offers up this printable that a child will be more than happy to fill with sweet treats.


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