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With Mother’s day literally just around the corner, it’s a great time to look at some Mother’s day craft ideas. Mother’s love the personal touch of things, and something hand made can mean so much more than something store bought.
Today therefore I have rounded up five Mother’s day craft ideas, that I’m sure you mother would absolutely love!
Of course, these gifts could also be tailored to Grandma’s, Aunt’s etc if you wished!!
5 Wonderful Mother’s Day Craft Ideas
To start the week I thought I’d point you in the direction of our very own Mother’s day appreciation jar, which I made for my mum last year. And yes, it did bring tears to her eyes, which made this gift an absolute winner! It’s a very simple concept, simply fill a jar with lots of reasons why you love your mum. This is something that she can appreciate over and over again as she reads the jar in her own time. The printables are available for you to download here too.
Personally, I absolutely adore any gifts that have little hand prints on them! It’s amazing how quickly the kids grow, and little hand prints would be treasured forever. This hand print apron by Simply Kierste is a fantastic idea, and a great way to show off “multiple hands”. Is it too adorable to wear though?
What mother does not like to receive flowers, especially on mother’s day. This bunch of flowers by Momtastic is particularly special because it will last forever! I love how these cute cupcake wrappers already have a flower pattern on them, but you could use coloured ones, or have the little ones do the colouring first. Either way, they are super cute!
Whilst we have already looked at one flower bouquet, I also couldn’t go past these ones by Spanglish Baby. This is such a clever idea, and instead of using stamps, you could use little finger prints!!
If you mother loves gardening, then she would love this gardening gift by I Heart Naptime. Even if you don’t feel you are incredibly creative, you would be able to pull this one off. The gift looks adorable, and is something a little bit different.
What do you think of this week’s selection of Mother’s day craft ideas? Did one of them jump out at you? I hope they have given you some inspiration for your own Mother’s day craft!
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