Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate the special mother in your life, and if you’re wondering what to get mom this year, why not give her one of these creative kids’ crafts for Mother’s day?
Every kid loves to use crayons, but if your child has some old or broken ones, there’s no reason to throw them away. Simply melt them down and pour into a mason jar to create a colorful handmade candle for mom.
Kids love to create, paint, and draw, so why not turn their works of art into a colorful book to cherish through the years? You can work with the kids to make a simple stapled book for mom, or if you’re up for the challenge, one that is bound with thick string. Artful Adventures provides a helpful tutorial on how you can bind your child’s art into a professional looking book. This is a great kids’ craft for Mother’s Day.
If mom has a special love for flowers, why not make some with the kids out of paint and old egg cartons? They’re a cute and easy way to show mom some love this Mother’s Day. Even better, use her favorite colors, and add a bit of glitter.
Plain ceramic dishes such as cups, plates, and bowls can make great gifts for Mother’s Day, because you can decorate them! Give your kids permanent markers to color the dishes with, and then bake them in the oven to make the design permanent. Just be sure to hand wash these dishes after use.
Rocks can be found anywhere outdoors, and with a bit of acrylic paint and sealer, you can turn a plain rock into a beautiful rock that mom will cherish forever. Use the rock to paint a design, a special message, or even as part of a decorated piece. Painted rocks are a great gift for Mother’s Day, and easy enough for kids to make.
Did we miss any other fun kids’ crafts for Mother’s Day on this list? If so, we’d love to hear about it in the comments below. We promise mom will love these kids’ crafts for Mother’s Day, and it’s a great way to get your children involved in creative projects this month. Speaking of promises, have you read our insurance agency’s promises? Click the button below to learn about them.