Why not surprise a special mom by helping her kids create a heart-felt, homemade gift to show their love this Mother’s Day? Here are 7 simple DIY gifts kids can create with a little help from you:
Download our Mother’s Day Coupon Book printable template to make an extra-thoughtful gift mom with coupons for “washing the dishes,” “folding the laundry,” and even “one hour of quiet time.” Have your little one color-in and draw on each coupon to personalize it. Complement your coupon book with an UrbanSitter babysitting gift card!
Older kids will enjoy creating these groovy vases for Mom. They make a nice way to present a few single buds on Mom’s big day.
A recycled can or other small container and a handful of clothespins were used to create this pretty pot. Fill it with a favorite plant for a long-lasting gift that will keep her smiling.
Even if they are too tiny for crafts, they can contribute to a homemade gift. Dip baby’s feet in washable paint to create footprints. Turn them into butterflies with just a few swipes with a Sharpee. These are a lovely way to remember just how tiny those toes once were.
Truly a classic for Mother’s Day! Who doesn’t love a few tissue paper flowers, and even more so if they were created by the little folks they love. WikiHow tells you how to make them three ways.
Another one for school-age kids, this keepsake box is made with craft sticks or recycled popsicle sticks and embellished with anything from beads, sequins, buttons, drawings or even stickers. Mom will love storing her treasures here.
A free printable background, cupcake liners, construction paper and favorite photos are all it takes to make these adorable flower photos. Photos of children’s faces are cut into 1.5 inch circles and pasted to the center of flowers. They can be presented as a card or in a picture frame with the glass removed to make room for the 3D flowers.