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Giving your mother a homemade card makes the sentiment even more appreciated. This is a page about homemade Mother's Day cards.
This is a page about making a memory jar. A thoughtful, memorable gift for a friend or family member is a memory jar.
This is a page about making a paper clip bracelet. Paper clips are a great item to use in kid crafting projects.
A sweet gift for mom on her special day is a plate of homemade cookies. The kids can help or make this gift themselves. This is a page about making Mother's Day cookies.
This craft is easy enough for older children to make themselves. These flowers are excellent gifts. This is a page about making egg carton flowers.
This is a page about making Mother's Day bath salts. A container of Homemade bath salts is an easy project for an older child to make as a gift for their mom.
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Here is the perfect gift for family and friends, that you can whip up in a matter of minutes. This flower pin is easy to make and they turn out so very beautiful. Everyone will want one.
Mothers day gift made with flowers and pot. Take the foam and push into pot. I used a tin pot but you can use any kind you want.
This started out as a door hanger he could make for his mom. Grandma's Idea: The door hanger would look cute with all these little hand and foot prints all over it. Aiden's Idea: All it really needs is two hands and two feet (after all, isn't that what we have?)
Bend one piece of construction paper in half. On one half draw in pencil a large triangle. Cut along the penciled lines to cut the triangle out.
Here's a great craft for Mother's Day. I made these for the mothers in our church. Made from recycled materials.
This is a little bit harder craft for older kids to make for Mother's Day. It's inexpensive but very pretty.
I know I love real flowers from my kids but it is always sad when they are gone and I have to throw them away. So here is a way that you can have a bouquet that lasts and can be used in a vase as a centerpiece for that Mother's Day table.
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Take a pretty envelope and fill it with IOUs for everything from hair-brushing to back rubs; foot soaks and foot rubs to facials or any other service you can think of that would be enjoyed by Mom or Grandmother.
As a preschool Sunday School teacher, I had the children plant flowers to be good size by Mother's Day. To decorate our plastic margarine/butter/sour cream containers, I wanted to make them look like the floral shop plants.
Make a square frame using four popsicle sticks. Glue construction paper to the back of them. Have the child draw a picture of themselves or them and their mommy.
For my mother last year I took a plain board (9x11 inches) and sanded it smooth. Then I let my children pick 3 different colored craft paints that matched. I primed the board and gave it a base coat of one of their color picks.
This is a Mother's Day e-card that I created. I took this picture of California poppies in our front yard (aren't they beautiful?) and used Photoshop to add the text.