Dads, kids, and teachers—May isn’t that far away, so it’s time to start planning some unique cards and gifts for Mom’s special day.
These Mother’s Day crafts for kids are easy and inexpensive, but they’re meaningful and from the heart, which is what really matters when giving a gift.
You’ll find gifts that are perfect for making at home or in the classroom. From handprint crafts to paper flowers and more, these are gorgeous keepsakes that will last a lifetime.
Mom will love displaying the cards and crafts in the home, and kids will be so proud when presenting their creations to her.
Don’t forget to make a card or gift for Grandma! These Mother’s Day crafts are perfect for her, too.
Easy Mother’s Day Crafts
Preserve those sweet little handprints in a beautiful cactus card for Mother's Day. The cactus is covered in flowers and looks oh-so-sweet.
Moms who don't exactly have a green thumb will love this paper cactus that they can enjoy for years to come.
The only thing more magical and beautiful than a unicorn is a wonderful mom!
Any mom would feel special getting one of these lovely, girly unicorn cards from the kids.
Personalize the unicorn with Mom's favorite colors!
Give Mom a relaxing cup of tea for Mother's Day! This egg carton teacup card is easy enough for preschoolers to make, and then it's glued to pretty scrapbook paper to make a card.
Add a teabag with her favorite tea flavor inside the cup before presenting the card.
M is for monkey—and mom! Our adorable monkey card is such a cute choice.
Mom will love receiving one from her little monkey with a loving, handwritten note inside. It's easy to make using our printable template.
Tell Mom just how bee-utiful she is with one of our cute bee cards.
It's another fun all-occasion card that kids can make, but moms will find it extra sweet.
This cute little sheep card is a fun Mother's Day craft for kindergarten children to make at school and bring home to Mommy!
It comes with a free printable template so it's easy to recreate.
Kids will love making painted rocks for Mother's Day. Kids can decorate them as simply or as intricately as they like, according to their age and skill level.
Mom can use the rock as decor or as a paperweight at the office.
Let Mom know she's one in a minion with this cute and easy handprint minion craft!
Toad-ally awesome moms will get a kick out of this frog card for Mother's Day.
In fact, this is a beautiful all-occasion card that can work for Father's Day, birthdays, and more.
Use the printable template to create this adorable sloth card.
Don't you just love sloths? They're the cutest creatures, and this one is sure to make Mom smile.
The inside says, "I love you slow much." How fun!
Make Mom a gift she can wear all year long. These salt dough flower necklaces are beautiful gifts for moms, grandmas, teachers, and anyone who'd love a pretty trinket to wear.
You could even create Mommy and Me necklaces to match!
This thumbprint Mother's Day craft is a fun one to make with kids in the classroom.
Do the project on cardstock or on inexpensive canvases that you can purchase at discount stores.
Moms will smile when they find this craft in their kids' folders!
Use a dishwashing sponge to create flowers in just seconds!
The print the sponge creates makes the most beautiful flower petals, and this is a project that kids of all ages can make.
Mom will love having this hanging up in the office or nursery.
Have the kids draw some cute designs to make a shrinky dink bracelet for Mom.
The kids can draw flowers, things they enjoy doing with Mom, or what Mom does for work.
Either way, she'll get a uniquely designed bracelet that she'll treasure.
The best flowers a woman can get are flowers from her kids, and this vase full of flowers will last forever.
They're made with bunched paper, so kids can get some fine motor practice while squeezing and scrunching the paper.
The sweetest moms deserve a lovely treat—but this one's in the form of a cupcake card instead of one
that you eat!
It features a pop-up design of your child's picture. This would make a wonderful Mother's Day craft to make with the class.
Turn kids' handprints into beautiful flowers! Put them on a wooden slat made from craft sticks, as shown here, or use a canvas.
You'll proudly display this craft in your home for years.
Pinch pots make wonderful DIYs for kids, and Mom would love a heart-shaped pinch pot to hold her rings or keys at the end of the day.
Because you're using air-dry clay and don't have to worry about baking the clay, kids can make this craft independently.
Celebrate your superhero mom with the gift of chocolate!
She'll love receiving a superhero figure that looks just like her with a tasty chocolate treat as well. It's a super thoughtful gift.
Present Mom with a flower pot with a succulent or her favorite flowers planted inside.
Decorate the exterior of the pot with the kids' fingerprints and colorful buttons to make adorable flowers.
These cupcake liner photo flowers are simple and beautiful! Grab some cupcake liners, craft sticks, green paint, and a photo of your child to pull this look together.
You could also turn the flowers into pretty spring magnets to put on the fridge.
Mothers will love this beautiful handmade card that looks like tulips popping right off the page.
The flower pot folds up to reveal a personal message for Mom.
Which Mother’s Day craft do you plan to make with the kids this year?
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