Looking for some fun Mothers Day crafts for kids, to keep those little hands busy? You've come to the right place!
All the mothers day crafts for children on this page are real projects that people have made for their moms and then shared how they made them.
Click on a thumbnail image to read instructions for any of these Mothers Day crafts for kids.
Paper flowers with "I love you" petals
Melt mom's heart with this paper flower where each petal has written on it one of the reasons why you love her. How sweet! I hope my son makes one of these for me one day :-)
Egg Carton Flowers
Give Mom a beautiful bouquet of flowers made from just egg cartons, pipe cleaners, and some paint! The kids will have great fun cutting out and painting to make daffodils, poppies and more.
Ribbon Animals with Mothers Day Sayings
Cut out animal shapes and have the kids decorate them with ribbon and bobbly eyes. These are a great way to decorate Mothers Day cards or a gift on their own.Frog: "Hoppy Mother's Day!"
Family Faces from Egg Cartons
Did you know that cardboard egg cartons are the perfect shape to make little faces out of? Get the kids to make and decorate a face of everyone in their family, and put them all onto a memo board for Mom so she think of her lovely family - what a fun mothers day craft project!
Helping Hands Wreath
A wreath made from cut-out traced hands. Each helping hand can has a "coupon" on it like "help wash the car". The kids will be so excited about making it that they won't even realize all the chores they're volunteering for!
House-shaped stationery box for mom
What do you get when you combine a cardboard shoebox, scrapbook paper, and creativity? An incredible house-shaped box that Mom can use to store her stationery! Kids will have loads of fun decorating the house.
White Picket Fence Gift Box
Decorate a cardboard box to make it look like a white picket fence. Kids can have loads of fun cutting out the "fence posts" and gluing them on, and then decorating the fence.
Jewelry from Kids' Drawings
Take kids' drawings and turn them into bracelets and necklaces for Mom. The trick is to wrap the drawings around empty sewing thread spools and then varnish them with nail polish.
House Plant Decorated with Foam Flowers
Foam flowers are a fun and easy gift for kids to make. The twist in this project is to use them to spruce up a house plant as a gift to Mom!
Foam Sheet Photo Frames
Kids will have fun making these car-shaped and teacup-shaped photo frames for Mom. The project comes with templates so getting started is easy!
Decorated Foam Visor
If Mom loves sports, gardening or any other outdoor pursuits, then kids can have fun decorating a foam visor for her.
DIY Snow Globe with Mom's Favorite Animal
You'll be amazed how easy it is to make a snow globe with just a jar, some glitter, an ornament, and some glue.
Dry-wipe memo board from a photo frame
Create a dry-wipe memo board with just an old photo frame and some colored papers. Kids can decorate the background of the memo board by drawing, collage, or choosing the color and pattern of the background.
Flowers from Plastic Drink Bottles
These incredible flowers are actually made from the bottoms of plastic drink bottles. Kids can cut out the bottles and paint them, then an adult can help with using a hair dryer or heat gun to melt them into the shape of flowers.
Embroidered child's drawing
This is a good one for child and Mom to make together to give to Grandma. Your child draws a picture, and you trace it and turn it into an embroidery. What a unique gift!
Felt Flowers Napkin Ring
Kids can help make this napkin ring by cutting out and decorating the felt flowers. Then they can serve Mom breakfast in bed with a fancy napkin ring!
If you're a Mom, then making this with your kids could be a great way to get them excited about bringing you breakfast in bed ;-)
Decorated Pin Cushions
For kids who are old enough to sew, here's how to make sweet pin cushion bracelets in the shape of a flower, ladybug, rabbit, or chick. The perfect gift for a mom who sews!
For younger kids, you could adapt the project by starting with a ready-made pin cushion and have the kids decorate it by gluing on felt cut-outs.
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