wear a butterfly ring that her child made her or maybe a funky necklace with
interchangeable felt roses to match every outfit. Grab the kids and a few
craft supplies and make some wearable art for mom. Your daughter may want
to make one for herself too so that she can match her mom. These six blog
posts will show you how to do these and more.
and recycling? Maybe you should create an eco-friendly Mother’s Day
present for her? How about stopping by the thrift store and picking up a
candle stick and an old plate to make her a pedestal cake stand? Grab the
spray paint and give it a good coat of mom’s favorite color and you are home
free. Maybe that project is a little too involved; you could always
create a room air freshener using stuff you already have around the
house. Find instructions for these and other eco-friendly gift ideas in
these six blog articles.
crafty and that is okay. You can still help your child come up with a
heartfelt gift for mom. Print out some Mother’s Day coupons using free
printables or a geometric word art piece with words to describe mom put into a
frame. These ideas still make gifts that mom will be excited to receive
and you didn’t even have to break out the glue. Take a look at these six
blogs for more, non-crafty gift ideas.
so it’s a no brainer to let them make something for mom for Mother’s Day.
Check out these six blog entries for simple crafting ideas that kids can do
with a little help from dad or other adult. Make a photo collage for mom
using pictures of the kids. Moms love to look at pictures of their
babies. No matter how big or small the gift is mom will love it because
the kids made it especially for her.