20 Easy Homemade Mother’s Day Card Ideas for Kids
Mother’s Day Card Ideas to Make in School
Looking for some homemade Mother’s Day Card ideas for kids? Look no further! Here are 20 darling ideas that are easy and fun and perfect for kids to make in school, or with some assistance from dad or an older sibling.
Some of these are printables, but most are cute crafty cards for the children to make from scratch!
So, whether you’re an elementary school teacher or preschool teacher, a dad looking for handmade Mother’s Day card ideas, or if you’re a mom that needs a cute card for your mother or mother-in-law, these ideas are the best!
1. Handprint Mother’s Day Craft Card
This cute idea is an especially great Mother’s Day card idea for preschoolers! I think their little hands make the best little craft projects! See the deets over at The Best Ideas for Kids.
2. Mother’s Day Footprint Art Flower Card
Just as cute as handprints, footprint art is always a favorite! Especially for Mother’s Day! I love this idea from Non-Toy Gifts!
3. Cupcake Pop-Up Mother’s Day Card Idea
Get a cute pic of the little one and their mommy and make this fun card! See more on The Soccer Mom Blog!
4. The Expanding Hug Card
This cute homemade Mother’s Day card idea is definitely a keeper… let your child draw their own “expanding hug” on a card! Super fun idea from Picklebums!
5. Handmade Crepe Paper Flower Cards
Artsy Craftsy Mom has a cute handmade card idea that is super simple to make!
6. Bottle Print Flower Card
7. 3D Flower Mother’s Day Card
Real Life at Home has a fun idea with this card craft. It’s a great sensory project too! Plus, it doesn’t take many supplies either!
8. Huggy Mother’s Day Card Craft
Moms & Crafters has another fun Mother’s Day HUG card idea! This card idea is so cute and it’s another one that is nice and simple to make.
9. Flower Basket Card for Mother’s Day
I love this Mother’s Day card idea from Red Ted Art – not only does it involve a Mother’s Day printable, but you get to do paper weaving too! I remember doing this in grade school… so fun and pretty!
10. Mother’s Day Teacup Card
JDaniel4’s Mom has some printables and some Mothers Day poems too! Any mom that drinks a lot of tea will love this homemade Mother’s Day card!
11. Tulip in a Heart Card
Check out this fun Mother’s Day craft card idea from Easy Peasy and Fun! It’s a 3D popup tulip card and although it’s simple it looks wonderful!
12. Love You to Pieces Suncatcher Card
This is a super fun Mother’s Day card from Learning and Exploring Through Play. I love the whole sun catcher theme!
13. Super Cute Fingerprint Bird Card
Artsy Craftsy Mom has more fun Mother’s Day fingerprint card ideas! I love how the fingerprints are transformed into a little birds!
14. Simple Mother’s Day Card
Powerful Mothering has a quick and easy and very colorful Mother’s Day card idea!
15. I Love You Because…
Mama Papa Bubba has a fun idea that is so fun for moms… I love reading what kids write and why they love you! They come up with the cutest little things!
16. Mother’s Day Flower Painting Cards
Left Brain Craft Brain came up with a fun idea painting on flowers! This would be a fun activity, but would definitely need some supervision!
17. Button Heart Card
18. Cupcake Flower Cards
19. Handmade Mother’s Day Cards from Nature
Nature from Natural Beach Living has some fun card ideas that incorporate nature!
20. Tissue Paper Cherry Blossom Card
The Simple Parent – I love the beauty and simplicity of this card!
Which Homemade Mother’s Day Card is Your Favorite?
There are a lot of ideas to choose from which makes this list perfect for classrooms, as kids will be able to choose their favorite idea! That way everyone won’t be making the same thing too!
Let us know which card idea on this list is your favorite in the comments below!
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