Top 10 DIY Mother’s Day Gifts for Kids

Kids will love being able to make their own present to give this Mother’s Day. That’s why we’ve compiled the top DIY gifts perfect for kids to get creative with, so we can all avoid more pasta frames this Mother’s Day!

 

1.Plant Pot

Painting a plant pot is a fun and simple making project for kids of all ages! Once painted, kids can plant their own flower to finish a perfect Mother’s Day gift.

 

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2.Yarn Letters

Use your Sizzix Bigz Alphabet Set to effortlessly die-cut letters which can be wrapped in colourful yarn for a unique present that also makes the perfect Mother’s Day decoration.

 

 

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3.Candle Holder

Candles are a staple Mother’s Day gift, so make it unique with designing your own candle holder using a plain glass jar. A nice addition to this is to attach a message to make it even more personal!

 

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4.Pressed Flower Art

Pressed flowers are back! Get the kids outdoors with this making project which allows them to choose their own flowers before pressing and preserving in a frame.

 

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5.Painted Wall Art

Let the kids get creative on paper and frame for a Mother’s Day gift she’ll love!

 

 

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6.Wreath

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a papercraft wreath! Use cardstock sheets to create 3D hearts and even add a pom pom for added fun!

 

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7.Hamper

A hamper containing all of her favorite treats is an inexpensive and thoughtful gift that a child will love adding to, as much as a mother will love receiving!

 

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8.Clay Hand Dishes

Creating clay dishes to hold little trinkets made in the shape of a child’s hand is a sentimental gift that captures a moment in time.

 

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9.Cake Flower Bouquet

Who wants a bouquet of flowers when you can have a bouquet of cake?! Decorate cupcakes to resemble flowers and secure to a polystyrene dome in a plant pot using cocktail sticks. Kids will love getting involved decorating with bright and tasty icing!

 

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10.Cards

Kids of all ages and abilities can take part in card making. A fun shaker card, like the one seen below, is a creative twist on a traditional Mother’s Day card that kids will love to make.

 

 

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