Nothing beats the smile of your child as they hand over their home made Mother’s Day gift to you and watch in anticipation as you open it. Here are 10 Cute Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts For Kids to Make, and that you’ll definitely be pleased to get!
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#1. Pipe Cleaner Roses
If you’re looking for an easy craft for kids for Mother’s Day, these coiled roses made from pipe cleaners are pretty and are great for developing fine motor skills as well. You could use yarn if you don’t have pipe cleaners.
Instructions for the project can be found on The Pinterested Parent website.
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#2. Encrusted Tealight Holders
Aren’t these so pretty? Craftsbyamanda has the instructions for making these sweet jars to hold tealight holders. They were originally a suggested craft for a wedding, but we think they would make lovely homemade Mother’s Day gifts.
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#3. Photo Flowers
These photo flowers are very easy to make and are a great Mother’s Day art & craft project for your child.
Smaller members of the household will enjoy drawing and carefully cutting out the flowers and sticking photos.
You will need card, photos and straws or pipe cleaners.
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#4. Tissue Paper Flower Pot
This Tissue Paper Flower Pot is a lovely homemade Mother’s Day gift idea from From ABCs to ACTs. Once dry, the tissue paper makes cool designs and this is a vibrant and colourful gift for Mother’s Day.
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#5. Hand Shaped Bowls
I love this idea from Messy Little Monster for a hand print bowl made out of salt dough in the shape of your child’s hand. This is such a cute keepsake craft and the bowl is a perfect size for rings, cufflinks or keys.
These are perfect homemade Mother’s Day gifts or even for Father’s Day or for Christmas.
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#6. My Mum
This sweet My Mum sheet is perfect to print and have your child fill out. All you need to do is download your free My Mum Printable, print it out then watch out for some cute answers!
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#7. DIY Bath Bombs
If you or your mother loves a luxurious, scented bath, then this recipe for DIY Bath Bombs, also called Bath Fizzies, is super easy to make with just a few basic, natural ingredients. You can also personalise the bath bombs by changing the scent or colour. All the instructions are on the Fiberartsy.com website.
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#8. Pedicure in a Jar
I love this idea, to make a Pedicure (or Manicure) Jar with bits and pieces for a pedicure popped into a mason jar and tied with a nice ribbon. You could include:
- nail polish wipes
- nail file
- nail polish
- cotton pads
- nail glitter
- a sachet of foot soak or foot peel
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#9. Button Heart
This is adorable, a button heart with special saying in the middle. Your child will enjoy picking out different buttons from your button stash and glueing the buttons into a heart shape onto a fabric covered board. Then you’ll need a large heart to hang in the middle with the sweet saying “Mums are like buttons, they hold everything together”. Aw….
#10. Handprint Tote Bag
This is so sweet, it’s your child’s hands dipped in paint and placed on canvas tote bags to make handprints into flower patterns. Rotate the bag 4 times and press the paint covered hand carefully down. Then paint the middle and the stem and leaves on.
Then a ribbon in a matching colour has been tied to the handle to finish off this lovely homemade Mother’s Day gift.
Over to you now. Which one of these ideas for homemade Mother’s Day gifts was your favourite? Tell us in the comments below.