10 Homemade Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
Mother’s Day is coming up soon, so I’ve gathered some of the best little projects to do with kids for the mother-figures in their lives.
1. Trinket Bowls
I’ve had trinket these trinket bowls the kids decorated for me for 5 years now. I absolutely love them and use them on the daily. Find the tutorial here.
2. Scented Felt flowers
These flowers act as a quirky decoration and room fragrance. Find instructions here.
3. Dear Mum Letter
It costs next to nothing, but is one of the most precious gifts! Get the kids to fill in the blanks on this letter. Find the printable here.
4. Glass Tea Light Lantern
This project is surprisingly simple. Just use some old glasses, or find some at your local thrift shop. Then it’s just a matter of using tissue paper and mod podge. Find the full instructions here.
5. LOVE Mug Planters
Here’s a special way to say, “I love you”. For the plant lovers, make mug pot plants that spell L O V E. Full instructions here.
6. Photo Tea Bags
If you want something hilarious with the WOW factor, these photo tea bags look absolutely fabulous. Great for grandparents too! Find the instructions here.
7. Mini Flower Arrangement
Get kids to arrange flowers in a cardboard cupcake case. They are easy to arrange, because it’s so small, and they look absolutely adorable! Find the instructions and printable here.
8. Patty Case Flowers
Another cupcake patty case craft idea, but this time, use the paper ones, that are super cheap. This one is great for younger kids, and you can even use a picture of mum and/or child in the middle. Instructions here.
9. Funny Bookmark
I think this is one of my favourites! It turned out so well. Make a fun bookmark using a photo of the kids.
10. Decorate Pot with Child’s Drawing
How beautiful is this idea! Use a child’s drawing to decorate a pot. Instructions here.