Are you searching for fun and easy Mother’s Day crafts for kids? If so, here are 10 gift ideas you can make with the kids today!

From a pink themed basket to handprint keepsakes, there is something for every mom or Grandma in the list below.

Easy Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids

Since moving to the mountains, my favorite crafting stores are no longer just a short drive away. 

Not only are we further away from everything, but a lot of stores are temporarily closed.

To make things work, my youngest and I took a trip to the nearest general store to find things to use for our easy Mother’s Day crafts. 

We wanted to do a combination of DIY gifts for Mom, and simple crafts Mom will cherish forever.

Below are easy Mother’s Day crafts for kids that you, too, will enjoy making!

1.  Tickled Pink Gifts for Mom

This pink themed basket was such a fun gift to put together! 

Once we decided on the pink basket, we were on a mission to find everything pink that a mom would want. 

A Tickled Pink basket could easily overflow with pink gifts for mom. 

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Get your FREE Tickled Pink Mother’s Day tag, HERE.

Because we are on a budget, I told my daughter to pick 5 items that she would want to give me for Mother’s Day. 

She picked out pink flip flops, EOS lip gloss, pink nail polish, a pink mason jar cup, and a small pink that smells wonderful! 

I even let her pick out the tissue paper to fill the basket with, and she picked out the cutest pink polkadot tissue paper. 

When checking out, she grabbed the sweetest little balloon to add to the gift basket for Mom.

Our basket was simple, and I love it.  If you’re looking for ideas on what to put in a Tickled Pink Basket, below is a list of things that are pink.

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2.  DIY Picture Frame

We keep plenty of craft supplies in our house at all times.  One of the more popular items are the colored craft sticks. 

Today, we used them to make a cute DIY picture frame.  This meaningful gift was also one of the most easy Mother’s Day crafts for kids.

You can also find this DIY picture holder in the list of 50 Easy Mother’s Day Gift Ideas from Kids

Choose whichever colors the mom in your family would like best. 

Making a picture frame from popsicle sticks is a great way to get the kids involved when making a gift for mom.  

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3.  Mothers Day Candy Ideas

There’s not too many moms that will turn down a candy gift for Mother’s Day, especially chocolate. 

Did you know chocolate is one of the most popular gifts for moms and teachers?

Once in a while, every Mom would love to sneak off and have a bite of her favorite candy. 

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With this Emergency Stash kit, she’ll be able to do just that!  And, to make it an even better, she can use the storage container when her stash runs out! 

Clearly, this is a winner on the list of easy Mother’s Day crafts for kids to make.

 Simply fill the container with her favorite treats, print out the free tags, glue them onto construction paper, and tape them to the container. 

4.  Handprint Flower Bouquet

One timeless and cherished Mother’s Day craft is a handprint flower bouquet.

All you need is some colorful construction paper, paint, and a little imagination.

Help the kids dip their hands into various paint colors and press them onto the paper to create handprint flowers.

Once dry, cut out the handprints, arrange them as a bouquet, and attach them to green stems. This simple yet adorable craft is sure to bring a smile to Mom’s face.

Photo credit: Pinterest

5.   Mother’s Day Handprint Poem

This easy Mother’s Day craft will be cherished for years to come, and it costs just a couple dollars. 

After reading the Mother’s Day poem for kids, it was time to start painting. 

I simply used the brushed one of the colors onto the palm of her hand using the paint brush. 

Then, carefully put her hand into the open space to leave a hand print.

To finish this easy Mothers Day craft, I repeated the process on her other hand using the other color she had selected.

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Get this printable handprint poem HERE.

6. Love Coupons

Help kids create a booklet of love coupons filled with promises of hugs, chores, and acts of kindness.

Provide them with pre-cut pieces of paper or let them design their own coupons using colored markers and stickers.

Encourage them to think of thoughtful gestures that Mom would appreciate, such as “One Free Hug,” “Breakfast in Bed,” or “Movie Night of Your Choice.”

Mom can redeem these coupons whenever she pleases, making it a gift that keeps on giving.

Photo Credit: WhileHeWasNapping

7. I Love You to Pieces

Let your kiddos tear up construction paper to show Mom’s favorite colors! 

To keep this easy, they simply glue the pieces into the heart, and write why they love Mom.

If they are too little to write, they can tell you, and you can write it in for them.

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Get your “I Love You to Pieces” printable, HERE.

8. Memory Jar for Mom

Help children create a memory jar filled with handwritten notes or drawings expressing their favorite memories with Mom.

Provide slips of colorful paper and pens for them to write or draw their memories.

Encourage them to include funny anecdotes, heartfelt moments, or special experiences shared with Mom.

Once the jar is filled, Mom can pick out a memory whenever she needs a reminder of the love and joy her children bring.

Photo Credit: Pinterest

9. Customized Tote Bag for Mom

Turn a plain canvas tote bag into a personalized masterpiece that Mom can use for shopping or carrying essentials.

Provide children with fabric markers or paint pens and let them decorate the tote bag with their own designs, drawings, or messages for Mom.

Whether it’s a simple “I love you” or a colorful masterpiece, Mom will appreciate the thought and effort put into this practical yet heartfelt gift.

Photo Credit: Nifty Mom

10. Handprint Flower Pot for Mom

Capture the essence of childhood with a flower pot handprint keepsake that Mom can cherish for years to come.

Have kids dip their hands in paint and press them onto a terracotta pot to create colorful handprint flowers.

Once dry, embellish the pot with additional decorations like buttons, ribbons, or foam stickers.

Fill the pot with soil and plant a flower or herb together. Every time Mom tends to the plant, she’ll be reminded of the love and growth shared within the family.

 

 

Before you go, here are more blog posts you may enjoy:

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