Thanks to Steph, for letting me part of her awesome blog!
With Mother’s Day right around the corner (uh.. this weekend actually, better hurry and figure out what you’re doing!) I thought I would pull together some cute mother’s day toddler craft projects. Although, they may not be able to do any of these by themselves, and just maybe Dad isn’t too into crafts either – they would still all be fun projects to do with your child while spending the day together this Mother’s Day!
While searching Pinterest (of course!) the theme is very obvious for Mother’s Day — FLOWERS.
Flower Related Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids
How about a cute and easy Pipe Cleaner Bouquet? Every little kid loves to play with them!
Try our handprint flower bouquet we sent to Lennox’s great grandma!
I love these painted mother’s day flower pots – Super easy and cheap and they can actually be put to good use around the house or on a porch!
Based on Picasso’s Hands with Bouquet, try this alternative to flowers!
Shannon over at Baby Shmizz made this cute Handprint Bouquet
Handprint Mother’s Day Crafts:
Send a hug! Check out this easy mother’s day craft on Never a Dull Moment!
A hand decorated tote bag is always cute. Use a reusable tote bag you already have around the home and let your child decorate it for you!
Other Mother’s Day DIY Gifts:
And for the little bit older children, this is a super cute idea – I remember doing something just like this when I was in grade school for my mom (but it was a Time magazine cover!)
I hope everyone has a fabulous mother’s day either with their children or with their own mother!
I don’t know about you, but I pin about 1,234 crafts for holidays on Pinterest and do about 5. There just are not enough hours in the day! But I’m trying to do more and more of them as Lennox gets older and a long attention span.
I love the handprint and footprint crafts, so I am trying to do them for the holidays now. I decided to try out the handprint bunnies! Lennox loves giving people cards and presents, so since we will be seeing almost all of the family for Easter, she wanted to give them all an Easter Card.
Here are some pictures from our Easter Handprint Bunny Card making! You just have them paint their hand and press it down on the paper (minus the thumb). If you can, have them keep a gap in the middle, that will help with the ears, but that is easier said than done with a little one with wiggly fingers!
Add the eyes, nose and whiskers and you have a bunny!