This Mother’s Day, show Mom how much you care with these fun and easy Mothers Day crafts for kids! From handmade Mothers Day cards and DIY Mothers Day gifts to preschool and kindergarten projects, our ideas are perfect for kids of all ages. Whether you’re looking for Mothers Day art or activities, we’ve got you covered. Give Mom the gift of memories with our Mothers Day homemade gifts and Mothers Day keepsakes.
Handprint and Footprint Crafts
- Handprint flowers
- Footprint butterfly
- Handprint heart
- Handprint wreath
- Pop-up cards
- 3D flower cards
- Fingerprint cards
- Handmade photo frame cards
- Personalized picture frame
- Painted flowerpots
- Decorated wooden spoon
- Button bouquet
- Tissue paper flowers
- Pipe cleaner flowers
- Cupcake liner flowers
- Egg carton flower wreath
Heartwarming Mothers Day Crafts for Kids to Show Mom Some Love
25. Q-tip Flower Art Mother’s Day Card
24. Mother’s Day Dandelion Card Craft
23. Hand Shaped Flower Bouquet
22. Thumbprint Heart Glass Magnet Crafts
21. Mother’s Day Handprint Flower Craft
20. Mother’s Day bookmark and Card
19. Mother’s Day Book
18. Paper Flower Bouquet
17. Hands Holding a Heart Mother’s Day Card
16. Button Bouquet
15. Mother’s Day Handprint Apron
14. DIY Paper Tulip Craft
13. Photo Flower Card
12. Paper Mums
11. Pretty Heart Wreath Craft
10. Paper Flower Mother’s Day Card
09. Flower Bouquet Spinner
08. Calla Lily Flower Craft
07. Paper Flower Bouquets
06. Cardboard Roll Flower Bracelet Craft
05. Mother’s Day Love Rocks
04. Egg Carton Teacup Cards
03. Huggy Mother’s Day Card Craft
02. Tissue Paper Picture Frame Craft
01. Mother’s Day Handprint Flower Pot
What materials do I need to make these Mother’s Day crafts?
The materials needed for each craft vary, but some common supplies include construction paper, glue, scissors, paint, markers, and craft sticks. Each craft section in the article includes a list of materials needed for the specific crafts.
Are these Mother’s Day crafts suitable for all ages?
Most of the crafts in this article are designed for kids ages 3-10, but some may be appropriate for younger or older children depending on their skill level.
How long do these crafts take to make?
The time it takes to make each craft also varies, but most can be completed in under an hour. Some may take longer depending on the complexity of the craft and the age of the child.
Can I personalize these crafts to fit my mom’s interests?
Absolutely! One of the best things about making homemade crafts is the ability to personalize them. Encourage your child to use their creativity to make the craft unique and special for their mom.