"A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie." ~Tenneva Jordan
Is it me or is this year just flying by? It's astonishing, really. It seems like only yesterday that I was 14 (17 years ago) and bragging to the little neighborhood kids that I only had a year before I got my learner's license. Wow... Anyway, Mother's Day is once again upon us and I'm excited to do some DIY Mothers Day crafts with the kids. Money has been a little tight lately so DIY projects are just what the bank account ordered. I have been pinning on Pinterest like a mad woman and have come across some really cute, inexpensive crafts to do with the little ones. These will be great for grandmas, aunts, your girlfriends and anyone else who celebrates this day:
-Pretty Painted Flower Pot:
If you're into shabby chic like I am, this would be a great gift to give or receive!
This lady has some really cute ideas for a lot of things so check out her site!
-DIY Brushstroaked Glazed Mini Bowls
-Hand Print Framed Art
So there wasn't any instructions on how to create this, but it looks pretty self explanatory. These are so adorable and if you have a lot of kids like I do, this would make for a cute collection to hang above the door in your bedroom or above the front door.
*cheap frame from the Dollar Tree
*paint or wrapping paper for handprint
*complementing colored ribbon for hanger
*fine tipped Sharpie for writing the name of the child and year underneath the handprint
*construction paper to use as the background for the handprint
-Mother's Love Photo Gift
I love this! And since I have four kids this would be great to give to their mawmaw.
- Pretty Candles For Mom
These are absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Browse this website for some more beautiful, classy gifts to make and give for Mother's Day:
|Source: Better Homes and Gardens|
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