Searching for the perfect Mother’s Day gift can be a challenge. But what if you could give your mom something that was both thoughtful and handmade? DIY crafts are a great way to show your love and appreciation, and they don’t have to be difficult or time-consuming.
To help get you started, we’ve rounded up 25 of the best Mother’s Day crafts. From a special memory box she’ll adore to homemade bath bombs, there’s sure to be something here that will make your mom smile. So get your crafting supplies ready and show your mom how much you care with one of these DIY Mother’s Day crafts.
DIY Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
DIY Monogram Photo Collage
Why not try making a photo collage letter using mom’s initial? If your kids love to craft like mine it’s a relatively easy project and kids can help with the majority of it.
Butterfly Family Tree
This is a wonderful idea for kids. Have them create a family tree. Better Homes and Gardens has a “how-to” for this special project.
Need creative ways to entertain and educate your kids? We lots of free printable activities here!
Citrus Lavender DIY Bath Bombs
Looking for a unique and thoughtful Mother’s Day gift? Why not try making your own bath bombs? This easy DIY bath bomb recipe is infused with refreshing citrus and calming lavender, and it’s sure to please any mom who loves a good soak. Best of all, it only takes a few simple ingredients to make.
Take a favorite casserole dish or buy a new serving bowl and etch something special into the glass. At Makeit -Loveit, there are instructions for this very simply beautiful project.
Paper Flower Bouquet
This DIY Paper Flower Bouquet has to be the best Mothers Day gift ever. The flowers won’t wilt, she can’t kill them and they look great on the dining room table. Best of all, they shower mom in compliments.
Pot Holder Clutch
DIY Memory Box
Most people have a box somewhere in their house full of old memories. Whether it’s letters from an old friend, keepsakes from a trip, or photos of loved ones, these items can bring back happy memories and help us to feel connected to our past. This Mother’s Day, why not make a DIY memory box for your mom? It’s a thoughtful and unique gift that she is sure to cherish.
Free Printable Coloring Pages for Sassy Moms
If you’re looking for a Mother’s Day gift that’s both unique and affordable, why not consider giving the gift of coloring? With so many adults rediscovering the joys of coloring, it’s no surprise that free printable coloring pages have become hugely popular. And what could be more perfect for a sassy mom than some adult coloring pages with a sassy quotes?
These pages are perfect for a quick break from the hustle and bustle of parenting. Whether you’re a sassy mom yourself or you know someone who is, these coloring pages are a great way to show your sassiness and celebrate motherhood. So go ahead and print them out, and enjoy some much-needed me-time!
Family of Fingerprints
Ten Things to Love About Mom
Who doesn’t enjoy hearing good things about themselves? The Creative Place has a sweet idea to tell Mom just what you love about her.
Vacation Memories Jar
Vacations are when families create some of the strongest memories. Visit Echoes of Laughter to make a memories jar from your favorite vacation and give it to Mom to cherish.
This easy idea is great for kids to make and Mom’s to enjoy. Find instructions at Better Homes and Gardens.
Head over to Simply Kierste and find instructions for this charming little family footstool.
Embroidery Hoop Décor
Create an embroidery hoop bulletin board for Mom with this idea from Whipper Berry. Mom can stylishly hang photos and reminder notes with this unique idea.
Cupcake Bath Bombs
Encourage Mom to take some time to pamper herself. Use this idea from Little Birdie Secrets to create these cupcake bath bombs.
Grandma Photo Book
This fingerprint keychain at Lolly Jane is a perfect keepsake that kids will have fun making. It will capture those adorable little baby fingers that just grow so fast.
Etcetorize has incredible ways to create your own jewelry without costing a fortune or needing special tools. This is a great project for older kids to make Mom something special.
What Mom doesn’t love chocolate? Take a cue from Home Talk and make a chocolate bouquet for Mom.
Mother’s Day Activities Printables
And last, but not least – for those of you that are short on time, or just don’t have a single crafty bone in your body – we’ve made these fun Mother’s Day Activity Sheet printables that mom can spend time enjoying with the kids. After all, making memories over bonding activities are the best Mother’s Day gift of all!
NO craftiness needed – just download, print and enjoy :)