Looking for the perfect way to show Mom some love this Mother’s Day? Why not get everyone involved with these easy Mother’s Day gifts from kids? From simple crafts to sentimental keepsakes, these projects are sure to bring a smile to Mom’s face.
Sweet, Simple, and Easy Mother’s Day Gifts from Kids
Not only are these Mother’s Day gift ideas fun and creative, but they also show Mom just how much she’s loved and appreciated.
So whether you’re a crafty mom looking for some inspiration or a dad in need of last-minute gift ideas, these easy Mother’s Day gifts from kids are sure to make Mom feel extra special.
These easy and adorable DIY gifts from kids will be a great way to celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day! From personalized photo frames to homemade cards and handprints, these thoughtful projects will make Mom feel extra special. With a little bit of love and effort, these DIY gifts will be cherished for years to come. Show Mom how much she means to you with these sweet and sentimental gifts from the heart.
Handmade Cards for Mom
One of the easiest and sweetest Mother’s Day gift ideas is a hand-drawn card or painting. Even young children can create a beautiful card by using crayons, markers, or paint to make a picture or write a heartfelt message.
Encourage your child to be creative and personalize the card with your mom’s favorite colors, flowers, or symbols. A handmade card or painting is a meaningful way to show your mom how much she means to you.
Photo Album, Scrapbook, or Personalized Gift
Another simple and easy Mother’s Day gift idea is a homemade photo album or scrapbook. Help your child gather favorite family photos and use them to create a personalized album or scrapbook for your mom.
You can use a variety of materials, such as construction paper, glue, stickers, and washi tape, to make the album unique and special. Your mom will love flipping through the pages and reminiscing on the beautiful memories you’ve shared together as a family.
For a super easy homemade photo album, use Shutterfly’s easy photo book builder! We’ve made lots of these books over the years and they are so fun and easy!
We also love this lovely Heart Art made on Minted! So classy and beautiful!
Finally, a DIY gift basket is a simple and thoughtful way to show your mom some love on Mother’s Day. Your child can help fill the basket with your mom’s favorite treats, such as chocolates, cookies, or tea bags.
You can also include small gifts, such as a scented candle, a cozy blanket, or a book. Get creative and personalize the basket to your mom’s tastes and preferences! A homemade gift basket is a sweet and simple way to pamper your mom and make her feel special on Mother’s Day.
Check out these personalized gifts you can make on Zazzle! So many cute ideas for a Mother’s Day gift basket!
Sand art was one of my favorite craft projects as a kid, and I’ve noticed the sand art kits I once used are making a comeback, so I decided to use one for a new purpose and made a colorful set of sand art candles.
It doesn’t matter if you are shopping, watching tv, or coloring at the table, kids are just happy to be spending time with you. In the end there is nothing you can buy that replaces the just being there moments. But life can get really busy and sometimes even THINKING of something to do can be overwhelming and tiring.
There’s nothing more special than a kid-made gift – especially if it’s a gift that comes with some well-deserved pampering. Make scented homemade bath bombs for the wonderful moms and grandmoms. This kid-made gift is sure to please!
Hand painting faux stained glass hearts onto a candle holder and then personalizing it for mom is a simple homemade gift idea for Mother’s day. Anyone that can draw or trace can make this easy homemade Mother’s day gift.
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Michelle Marine is the author of How to Raise Chickens for Meat, a long-time green-living enthusiast, and rural Iowa mom of four. She empowers families to grow and eat seasonal, local foods; to reduce their ecological footprint; and to come together through impactful travel.