Mother’s Day Craft Ideas for Kids

Still not sure what to do for the special woman in your life on Mother's Day? Use your DIY skills to create one of these cool Mother's Day craft ideas.

When it comes to Mother’s Day, do you and your children like to take time to thank all the special women in your lives? This could be an aunt, a grandmother or a good family friend.

While an over-the-top present isn’t necessary, something handmade and from the heart definitely can be. This week’s roundup has a few fun, easy Mother’s Day crafts to make just in time for Mother’s Day this weekend.

World’s Best Mom Newspaper

Photo via Martha Stewart

Read all about it! For the special mom you know, take a cue from the team at Martha Stewart and make your own newspaper to celebrate her.

Fingerprint Pendants

Photo via A Girl and a Glue Gun

Capture a special moment in your child’s life to create a meaningful gift. A Girl and a Glue Gun shows you how to make these special keepsakes that work well as pendants or even keychains.

Mother’s Day Sun Catchers

Photo via My Happy Crazy Life

Let the sunshine in! My Happy Crazy Life shows you how your children can create a sweet sun catcher to give to a special person.

This post was originally published in 2015 and is updated regularly.

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