Check out these prize-winning homemade mothers day present ideas. These are the winning entries from our 2012 homemade Mothers Day gift contest. May they inspire to make your own homemade mothers day gifts!
I'd like to say *HUGE* thank you to everyone who entered. I was really touched by thought and creativity that went into all the entries, and it was sooo hard choosing the winners. I ended up giving out four 3rd prizes because the quality of entries was just so good, and if I could have I would have given everyone a prize.
Pin cushion photo holder by Melissa. This is a super easy and fast special little homemade gift that any mother would cherish. For the cardmaker/scrapbooker, avid sewer or anyone who likes tea!
Homemade Shadow Box by Rebecca. For any mother, the moment your child comes into your life, time stands still for you. Rebecca shows us how to make this gorgeous shadow box - a wonderful gift idea to commemorate any mom's first Mother's day.
Flowers from plastic bottles by Annie. You'd never know it just looking at the photos, but these gorgeous flowers are made from recycled plastic. So creative, and they look amazing!
Mother's Day ribbon plaques by Mary. Kids love to create and it makes them feel good when they can give something they made as a gift. Here's a fun plaque for kids to make Mom or someone special for Mother's Day.
Embroidered child's drawing by Michelle. A gorgeous needlework Mother's Day craft project to do with kids. Now Mom or Grandma can have their favorite little artist's artwork forever captured with needle and thread.
DIY snow globe by April. Does your Mom like little ornaments? Why not turn an ornament into a beautiful sparkly snow globe for her to treasure. This DIY snow globe project is simple to make and so adorable!
See more Mothers Day present ideas on our main Mothers Day page.