This year, help your kids show Mom how much they love her by making a special Mother’s Day paper craft. These ideas are sure to melt her heart, from tissue paper flowers to handmade cards. The best part? You probably already have everything you need to pull them off so you won’t need to dash out on a last-minute trip to the craft store. Keep reading to see them all.
1. Paper Flower Bowl
2. Printable Card
If you’re not the crafty type, that doesn’t mean you can’t still surprise Mom. Just print out The Bird Feed NYC’s cute card template, then let the tots fill it in with all the things they love about their mom. Grab the printable by clicking here.
3. Sequin Paper Plate Heart Suncatchers
Break out the paper plates to make these cute suncatchers from Kids Craft Room. With a bit of paint and some sparkles, your little artists will make a keepsake that will melt Mom’s heart. Click here to get the instructions.
4. Butterfly Handprint Cards
Take inspiration from The Best Ideas for Kids to transform your kiddo’s handprint into a pretty butterfly card. They’re super easy to make with construction paper and a little glue. To get the instructions (plus a cute poem to include with the card!), click here.
5. Best Mom Ever Medals
Remind Mom she’s the best with these adorable medals from Chica Circle. You’ll have these done in no time thanks to the handy printable. Click here to get the instructions and the templates (there’s a template for the Best Grandma Ever too).
6. Teacup Cards
If Mom is a tea drinker, she’ll love getting a fun card inspired by In the Playroom. Made with egg cartons, pipe cleaners and her favorite tea bag, this card is sure to be a hit. Click here to get all the details.
7. Crepe Paper Flowers
Break out the crepe papers to make a bouquet of colorful flowers like this one from The Art of Simple. You can use pipe cleaners instead of floral wire to make it easy for the kids to take over. Click here to see the step-by-step instructions.
8. Tulip Painting
9. Woven Hearts
Little ones will love making woven paper hearts like this one from Maya*Made. You can experiment with different types of material, from vintage maps to newspapers to burlap. To get all the details, click here.
10. Tissue Paper Flower Card
For a last-minute gift, we love this easy idea from Buggy and Buddy. Kids can decorate a card with tissue paper flowers, then fill in the inside with drawings or notes for Mom. Click here to get the instructions and free printable.
Are you planning to make a Mother’s Day craft? Let us know in the comments below!