Making a Heart Tree Mother's Day Card

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Show Mom how your love has grown by making this sweet heart tree greeting card. made from a handprint. This is a wonderful project for a younger child to make for their mother or grandmother.


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Mother's Day is around the corner. In school my son is making a Mother's Day project, but he came home wanting to make a card for me. Since I love planting and trees, he suggested a tree card with sparkles. We had heart stickers at home, so I thought that would be a cute touch as the leaves. You can't go wrong with a homemade Mother's Day card; as a sentimental touch it's his hand. :)

Here is a card idea if you want to make one with your child, for grandma, great grandma, aunt, sister, etc.

Total Time: 20 minutes


  • construction paper
  • scissors
  • heart foam stickers
  • gems
  • glue
  • marker


  1. Trace hand and part way up the arm and cut out to resemble tree.
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  3. He used a lot of glue (not necessary), but glue down decorations - we used these shiny sequins.
  4. Fold a sheet of construction paper in half to make card. Glue down hand in the center.
  5. Add heart shaped foam stickers (or cut out leaves/heart shapes if you don't have the sticker version).
  6. Ready to decorate/write message inside of card.
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