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Super Easy Last Minute Mother’s Day Crafts

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Mother’s Day will be here soon. There’s still time to help your kids show the special ladies in their lives how much they care. We have some easy Mother’s Day craft ideas that can be pulled off at the last minute.

I don’t know about you, but my favorite Mother’s Day gifts are the ones my kids put together with their own two hands. Flowers, jewelry and candy are nice, but there’s nothing like receiving a homemade creation. My favorites are the ones that show their tiny handprints or show their blossoming drawing skills. These crafts become treasured artifacts from time gone by.

Thanks to the help of some awesome blogger, we’ve rounded up a selection of great Mother’s Day crafts. These are super cute, easy to make and will be sure to make mom swoon!

Super Easy Mother’s Day Crafts

Take your kids art work everywhere you go with these adorable keychains from Messy Little Monster

If you think your mom rocks, she will love this frame from Non Toy Gifts

Treat mom to a cup of tea with this cute craft and poem from JDaniel 4’s Mom

Wear your kids art work with this temporary tattoo tutorial from What We Do All Day

It only takes 4 materials to make this sweet tea cup planter from Chloe Me Just Me

This tissue paper flower craft from Buggy and Buddy can be made from craft supplies you already have on hand.

Help mom carry around all of her stuff in style with this tote bag from Rainy Day Mum

Give mom a homemade necklace like this one from Rhythms of Play

There’s nothing sweeter than cupcakes and cute pics of kids in this card from The Soccer Mom Blog

Tiny hands make a beautiful butterfly in this craft from The Best Ideas for Kids

Turn fingerprints into a work of art with this idea from Kidz Activities

More Craft Ideas:

Minnie’s Springtime Wind Chime

Alex and Ani Style Bracelets

 

 

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Madetohome

Saturday 7th of March 2020

Maybe you and the little one can team up together to make something for grandma. Take your child's best work of art and place it delicately in a pretty frame.

Builddaysis.Com

Saturday 7th of March 2020

Need a new way to memorialize your kids' hands? This pretty jewelry tray in the shape of her kids' handprint is sure to make Mom shed a tear (in a good way!)

Fotodor.com

Saturday 7th of March 2020

Maybe you and the little one can team up together to make something for grandma. Take your child's best work of art and place it delicately in a pretty frame. Really, is there anything Mom loves more than an organized home? (Besides you, of course.) This rope basket is surprisingly simple to make and adds texture to any room.

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