Mothers Day Crafts
Hey! Express your love for your mother with some creative crafts this year. Here are some simple and easy craft ideas on Mothers Day for kids. So what are you waiting, go ahead and show how much you love your mommy with cute little cards and handicraft made just by you for your sweetest mommy.
A Tip: Children may add a touch of affection for their mother and creativity while implementing these Mother's Day projects and make these ideas personalised. Remember Mama's are going to love anything made with love by their little ones!!
List of Mothers Day Crafts
Butterfly Card for Mother's Day
A colorful butterfly card made from construction paper. This card is
great for birthdays, Mother's Day, or other occasions.
- Construction paper
- Hole punch
- Glue stick
- Markers or crayons
- Optional: Glitter glue or glitter
1. Fold two pieces of construction paper in half, making two card
2. Put the two folded cards together (one inside the other).
3. Along the fold of one of them, draw half a butterfly.
4. Keeping the two cards together, cut along the line you just drew.
You will now have two butterflies.
5. On only one of the butterflies, fold it in half again and draw a
smaller butterfly within it.
6. Cut along the line you just drew.
7. Using the hole punch, make a series of holes along the edges of the
two pieces you just cut.
8. Glue one of these pieces onto the larger, uncut butterfly.
9. Flip the large butterfly over, and glue on the other cut piece.
10. Cut a black or brown body for your butterfly. Glue it onto the
inside of your butterfly.
11. You now have a nice butterfly card. Write a message on your card.
12. Optional: Decorate your butterfly with crayons, markers, glitter
glue, or glitter.
Mouth Pop-up Card for Mothers Day
Make a Mouth Pop-up Card. When you open the card, the mouth opens! You
can make your card look like a bird, a shark, or a big-mouth monster.
This is a very easy project and a lot of fun.
- 2 pieces of paper (colored card-stock works great)
- Crayons and/or markers
1. Fold a piece of paper in half. Cut a line about 2 inches long (5 cm)
about the middle of the crease.
2. Fold back each of the flaps to make 2 triangles.
3. Open up the card.
4. Lay it down like a V.
5. Push one of the triangles up and pinch the edges together above the
6. Repeat with the other triangle.
7. Close the card and push down on the folds to make them well-creased.
8. When opened, you have a pop-up mouth.
9. Fold another piece of paper in half (a different color looks great).
10. Glue this new card to the outside of your pop-up card. Don't glue
near the mouth area or it won't open! Let the glue dry.
11. Draw a scary animal around the mouth and finish decorating your
12. For variations on this card, don't cut a straight line - cut a wavy
line or a zigzag for scary teeth. You can even make more than one mouth
for 2 monsters or a two-headed monster. This pop-up area also looks a
lot like a bird's beak or a shark's mouth.
Tissue Paper Flowers Craft for
flowers are made from folded tissue paper (crepe paper). You can make an
entire bouquet of them for a great gift or decoration.
- Tissue paper (crepe paper)
- Green pipe cleaners (or twist ties)
1. Cut a few pieces (about 4-6) of tissue paper (crepe paper) about 8 x
10 inches (the exact size doesn't matter).
2. Put the paper in a pile and fold it like an accordion.
3. Tie the center of the folded paper with a green pipe cleaner (or
4. Gently pull each piece of paper towards the top center of the
flower, separating each sheet of paper from the others (forming the
petals of the flower).
Family Collage Craft on Mother Day
You can make a great family collage by cutting out pictures of family
members and gluing them to poster board. Older kids can write
descriptions to accompany their collage.
- Family photos
- Thick paper or posterboard
- Markers (to decorate your collage)
1. Cut a variety of pictures of family members from photos. Make sure
you ask your parents before you cut any photos!
2. Glue the pictures onto the paper or posterboard.
3. Decorate the collage using markers.
4. For older kids: Label the pictures and write the dates and
descriptions of what the people are doing.