Inside: I’ve put together over 25 of the best Mother’s Day ideas for kids! A bit of everything, including candles, bowls, jewelry, bath salts, and more. Easy and fun for preschoolers!
There are so many fun Mother’s Day ideas for kids to make.
All 3 of my children are now grown, but the bottom drawer of my nightstand holds many Mother’s Day treasures from them.
25+ of the Best Mother’s Day Ideas for Kids
Mix together simple ingredients to make some lovely smelling bath salts.
Use a clean jam jar to make a stained glass candle holder.
Paint a canvas flower for a colorful photo magnet keepsake.
Make a simple necklace with air-dry clay and beads.
Create a Mommy fairy with a special hand-drawn face.
Make flowers out of handprints and include the child’s picture for a keepsake card. (Mommy’s Bundle)
Give Mom a clay footprint bowl as a creative keepsake gift. (Messy Little Monster)
Add fingerprints to make flowers on a canvas bag. (The Gingerbread House)
Use a bottle cap for a custom key chain that Mom will love. (Artsy Fartsy Mama)
Give Mom her own thumbprint butterfly mug for her coffee or tea. (The Best Ideas for Kids)
Create a miniature canvas for this fingerprint heart craft. (Red Ted Art)
Save those lost puzzle pieces and make a Mother’s Day frame. (Buggy and Buddy)
Make a Mother’s Day handprint art piece that will be loved for years. (Easy Peasy and Fun)
Press tiny fingers into clay to make fingerprint pendants. (A Girl and a Glue Gun)
Add a handprint and flowers with special words to Mommy. (Food, Love and Life)
Decorate terra cotta pots and add Mom’s favorite flowers. (Mama Smiles)
Press a painted handprint on paper and let Mommy know she is the sunshine. (Kathy Griffin’s Teaching Strategies)
Transfer a child’s drawing onto a candle. (Come Together Kids)
Give Mom something to wear with this sweet necklace. (Rhythms of Play)
Use clay to make a family fingerprint ornament. (The Pinterested Parent)
Use a child’s art to create a special tea towel. (Setting for Four)
Press sweet footprints onto salt dough hearts. (Hub Pages)
Create a handprint card. (Krokotak)
Make a tie dyed bookmark with Sharpies. (Happy Hooligans)
Print a free Mother’s Day questionnaire and have your child fill it out. (Crafting Chicks)
Use a child’s footprints to make a butterfly pot. (Mama Papa Bubba)
Add sand and footprints to create a fun keepsake. (Paging Fun Mums)
Tint mason jars and add flowers. (Hands On As We Grow)
And how about Father’s Day?