We’ve been sharing some of the things we think mom will love this Mother’s Day, but nothing with pull at her heart strings more than something created by the hands of her little one. These handmade mother’s day gift ideas are perfect for kids to make for mom (with a little help from a grown-up).
Ask your child the following questions in our free printable keepsake interview about mom (or grandma!) and you’ll end up with a keepsake that mom is sure to cherish. Don’t be surprised if you get some good laughs too.
Keepsake Interview Free Printable by ItsyBelle
Break out your leftover cupcake liners from birthdays past, and make a sweet bouquet of flowers mom can keep forever.
Cupcake Liner Bouquet Tutorial by Petite Party Studio
You can’t go wrong with the classic breakfast in bed. Kids get a kick out of cooking, and breakfast is an easy meal to let them practice their skills. If you want to get crafty, we’ve even got the instructions to create this sweet wood slice serving tray with a spot to write a chalk message.
Wood Slice Serving Tray Tutorial by Grey House Harbor
Mother’s Day Tea by Frog Prince Paperie
Flowers are a traditional choice for Mother’s Day, but how about jazzing up your display by putting them in a pretty teapot, which can also serve as a bonus gift!
Teapot Floral Centerpiece by Happy Wish Company
Trifles are an easy dessert for children to help prepare. You prep the ingredients, and they can assemble the treats!
Mini Strawberry Trifle Recipe by Happy Wish Company
Even the littlest of children can create something special for mom. Download and print our free template, and make a keepsake of baby’s handprints.
Mother’s Day Free Printable Handprint Keepsake by ItsyBelle
What do you have up your sleeve for mom this year? Do you prefer to buy or go handmade?