Butterfly Handprint Mother’s Day Card
Another cute handprint card (handprints are always wonderful ideas for Mother’s Day when the kids are small)! This also features a sweet little poem that you might like to use.
I Love You to Pieces Mother’s Day Card
This sweet card is easy enough for even the youngest toddler to do – and the kids will have a blast tearing the construction paper into pieces!
5 Reasons I Love You Handprint Card
Another cute card that will preserve those cute handprints!
For this card, the child thinks of 5 reasons they love Mom (or Grandma). If the kiddo is old enough, he or she can write the reasons by each fingerprint. Otherwise, a friendly adult (that’s you!) can do it for them.
Mom or Grandma will treasure the handprint – and they’ll love to read their 5 reasons.
See details at How Wee Learn.
I Love You This Much Handprint Card
This precious card requires help from an adult, but it’s just so darn cute….and Mom will want to preserve her kid’s handprints for years to come.
Celery Flower Bouquet Card
Who knew that you could paint a beautiful bouquet of flowers using celery? A fun project for the kids – an adorable card for Mom!
Q-Tip Dandelion Homemade Mother’s Day Card
Dandelions are magical flowers to a child…beautiful yellow blossoms that make a lovely bouquet…and how many flowers can you make a wish upon? This sweet card is easy to make with q-tips, paint and construction paper.
Cupcake Liner Flower Cards
These darling flowers are made out of cupcake liners! This is designed as a Valentine’s Day craft, but I think it would be perfect for Mother’s Day as well.
My Love for You Grows and Grows Card
Delight Mom or Grandma with a card that’s almost as tall as the child!
This card is much easier to make than it looks – you just glue some construction paper pieces together end-to-end to create a really long card.
See the complete directions (including a video) here.
Mother’s Day Poem Handprint Card
This card features a cute little poem that Mom will adore!
She used decorative cardstock for the paper (which you can find at Michael’s or your local craft store), but you could use construction paper if you’d prefer.
Mother’s Day Cupcake Liners Photo Flower Card
Don’t you just love the way to kids’ photos form the center of the flowers? There are so many different ways you could use this in a Mother’s Day card! Cute, easy, and Mom will love it!
Thanks for Raisin Me Mother’s Day Card
So cheesy that’s it cute, this fun Mother’s Day card is sure to bring a big smile to Momma’s face!
They attached a full box of raisins to the card, which makes it too heavy to stand up. It might be better to just cut the front part of the box off and use that.
Homemade Blue Jeans Pocket Mother’s Day Card
This cute blue-jeans themed card is a fun little gift that should take just a few minutes to make. Younger kids might need a bit of help cutting the flowers out, but kids over 7 can probably do this one on their own.
See instructions at NWF.org.
Mother’s Day Fingerprint Card
This cute little card features the kid’s fingerprints (or you can use cotton swabs if the child doesn’t want to get his or her hands dirty). I think this would look even better with a picture of the child inside the heart.
DTLK Holidays features several templates that you can use to create your own Mother’s Day cards.