Give something with a personal touch.
Flowers are nice, chocolates are sweet, kind words are meaningful, and gifts are always appreciated, but what Mom really wants for Mother's Day (apart from the chance to sleep in) is a heartfelt, homemade gift. That means when springtime rolls around, it's time to get out the paint, glue, glitter, and construction paper and get to work on a DIY project for Mom (with some adult supervision, of course). These Mother's Day crafts for kids show her how much she's appreciated and let little artists flex their creative muscles at the same time.
From toddlers to teenagers, there are projects here for every level of crafting skill. Some are simple cards with a twist — a stamp here, a 3D element there — that make them totally unique. Others are artist creations that are meant to be framed and displayed long after Mother's Day is over. Some are meant to be used, like dish towels, pot holders, and planters that will liven up the home all spring. And many rely on fingerprints as a starting point, so when Mom puts all these projects together after collecting them over the years, she can see how much her baby has grown.