Mother’s Day is just around the corner (well, two corners and just over that little hill) and we wanted to get a head start on the craft ideas that kids can do for the big day.
Obviously, we think you should make your mom something amazing with the world’s greatest building blocks, Click-A-Bricks. But, if you want to make something a little more crafty, you can always check out these sites. They have dozens of craft ideas for Mother’s Day. Find something you like and try it out.
Not usually known as a place to get crafts, Buzzfeed nevertheless has this list of 17 Easy Emergency Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids compiled by Donna Dickens. They all look super easy and super fun.
Over at Care, Jennifer Eberhart provides 27 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Kids Can Make. You can find everything from Painted Bead Bracelets to Pallet Plaques to a Mother’s Day Matchbox Locket in this great list.
Not all crafts, but all great ideas, ParentMaps gives you 13 Mother’s Day Gifts that Kids Can Make, put together with loving care, no doubt, by Jen Betterley. See how to create a Hanging Family Photo Display or Love Prints to put on homemade Mother’s Day cards.
With crafts like Doily Lace Votives, Baby Photo Blocks and Painted Pasta Pendants, this list of Mother’s Day Gifts Kids Can Make from Parents is sure to have something to stir your creative juices.
5. Better Homes & Gardens
In their Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids list, Better Homes & Gardens show you how to make a Decorative Serving Tray, Silhouette Art, a Stenciled Welcome Mat and a Butterfly Family Tree among many other things.
Between all those wonderful lists, you’re bound to find something fun and creative that shows your mom just how much love you have for her. We still think you should grab your Click-A-Bricks and make her something super special with them as a cherry on top of the Mother's Day love sundae.