Homemade Mother's Day Cards
Giving your mother a homemade card makes the sentiment even more appreciated. This is a guide about homemade Mother's Day cards
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December 22, 20160 found this helpful
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This one is fun for kids and adults alike. Get out your camera and take some candid shots of your kids goofing off. I have one where four of my grandsons got into a mud fight in the back yard. They were just covered in mud from the heads to the feet. It was running off them in rivers. This is the photo I am going to help them make into a card for their mom's this Mother's day. Go to your local Walgreens and have a copy made of the picture.
- one picture of each child that you are making a card of
- 1 piece of construction paper or card stock (geavy papers can be bought at Michaels or Hobby Lobby in the scrapbooking aisle)
- Fold the paper in half like you would for a card. Cut a hole in the front. It does not have to be square get creative. I plan on making ours with a puddle shape for the opening. Just make it so that when you are done with the hole, your picture can be completely seen.
- Now let the kids decorate them with flowers and hearts or anything their little hearts desire. The inside can be lettered with "World's Greatest Mom", "I Love You", or be a little sneaky and use a poem off the internet.
Remember to have the kids sign it.
Hope this gives you a great idea for your mom.
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April 26, 20100 found this helpful
Fabulous picture, she is going to love it, I know I do.
This card and tea bag will bring a smile to any mother's face.
Approximate Time: Less than 30 minutes
- construction paper
- craft foam
- craft glue
- tea bag
Draw a simple teapot on construction paper and cut out. Cut out flower designs from craft foam. Glue these to the front of a folded piece of construction paper. Write the following saying on the front of the card, or use your computer to type and print it out:
"Here's a gift for Mother's Day, I'll try my best in every way. But when you get upset with me, relax and have a cup of tea."
Write a personal message inside the card and tape a tea bag inside.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
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May 9, 20090 found this helpful
This is so cute, great job.
Calling all kids, this one is for you. A card that Mom can hang as a picture.Read More...
Kids of all ages love making Mother's Day cards. Even if you're working with a large group of kids, this activity costs next to nothing and is lots of fun.Read More...