Mother’s Day is coming up soon and we’ve got the perfect craft for kids to make.
This llama Mother’s Day card craft is easy to make and can be customized in your Mom or Grandma’s favorite colors.
The llama is a fun and unique design that kids will love, and it’s sure to put a smile on her face.
So why not get crafty and make this adorable card? It’s sure to be a hit!
Also, be sure to check out all of our Mother’s Day crafts for kids for more ideas.
Happy Mother’s Day Llama
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Llama template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the llama template, print, and cut out the pieces you need. Take the llama body and fold it in half along the dashed line. Cut it out, leaving the top part intact.
Glue the llama’s neck to the back of the card.
Next, glue the head to the back of the neck piece, at the top. Use a marker to draw a cheek just below the eye.
Use a marker to draw fur marks all along the llama’s body.
Take the tail and glue it to the back and end of the llama’s body.
Create the llama’s blankets by gluing the larger rectangle to the space between the tail and the neck, on the front side. Take the smaller rectangle and glue it to the middle of the larger rectangle. Use markers to decorate the blankets.
Finish off making the llama by gluing the legs to the bottom and back of the llama’s body.
Open the card and write a special message inside!
Isn’t this such a cute card craft?! It’s so fun!
More Mother’s Day Ideas For Kids
Need more ideas to help the kids learn and have fun? To help you prepare, we’ve got some great ideas that will have them looking forward with anticipation!
First, are books. It is always a great idea to start reading with your kids from an early age because it not only helps them learn new vocabulary and use their imagination but also has been shown as one of the most effective ways for children’s literacy development.
We recommend starting off any unit by providing some quality bonding time when you both read books together!
I Turned My Mom Into A Unicorn – If your child loves the Ted and Friends books, they’ll get a chuckle out of this one about Ted’s mom! Ted feels his mom is too grumpy, but when he turns his mom into a unicorn, will everything be fixed? This book is short and simple for young kids and shares the message of appreciating the goodness in their lives.
The Night Before Mother’s Day – These books are always fun and sweet and this one is no different! Read this story to see how a dad and his two daughters prepare to pamper mom for Mother’s Day!
What Not To Give Your Mom On Mother’s Day -Follow a boy and his mom in a story of all the things you shouldn’t give to your mom, unless she’s an animal. This is a simple story kids will enjoy with a cute message at the end!
Want some more Mother’s Day craft ideas? Try out some of our ideas below:
Mother’s Day Panda Craft – Show your Mom some love with this adorable panda-themed Mother’s Day craft. It’s simple enough for kids of all ages to make and is sure to put a smile on Mom’s face.
Flower Handprint Card Craft – Does Mom love flowers? If so, make her this flower card that she’ll love! All you need are a few simple supplies!
Bee Card Craft – Mom will love this sweet and simple handmade card craft. Kids can make it from paper, and it’s a great way to tell her she’s bee-utiful inside and out!
Celebrate Mother’s Day with these fun printable Mother’s Day activities for kids! It includes an interview worksheet, poem prompt, coloring page, and more. These are perfect for keeping little ones busy and happy while celebrating Mom.
These printable Mother’s Day activities are perfect for kids! They can make a cute coupon booklet, do a word search, and more.
Looking for some fun and unique Mother’s Day gifts for kids to give Mom or Grandma? Check out these fun ideas:
- Wooden Mother’s Day Flower Craft – Have the kids color in these flowers that will never die! Mom will cherish this keepsake for years to come!
- Personalized Storybook About Mom – This adorable book shares all the things baby rabbit has learned from momma rabbit. Add your personalization and give it to mom this year!
- Nana or Grandma Bracelet – Nana or Grandma will be proud to wear these simple and chic bracelets.
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- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Llama template
- Download the llama template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Take the llama body and fold it in half along the dashed line. Cut it out, leaving the top part intact.
- Glue the llama's neck to the back of the card.
- Next, glue the head to the back of the neck piece, at the top. Use a marker to draw a cheek just below the eye.
- Use a marker to draw fur marks all along the llama's body.
- Take the tail and glue it to the back and end of the llama's body.
- Create the llama's blankets by gluing the larger rectangle to the space between the tail and the neck, on the front side. Take the smaller rectangle and glue it to the middle of the larger rectangle. Use markers to decorate the blankets.
- Finish off making the llama by gluing the legs to the bottom and back of the llama's body.
- Open the card and write a special message inside!