Mother’s Day crafts are a great way to celebrate Mom. Something handmade and from the heart is a gift she’ll be sure to love for many years. Today I’m sharing 10 ideas for Mother’s Day crafts and cards. I’ve categorized them by type so if your mom loves wine, books, photos, or cooking, you’re in the right place. If you want to try one of the crafts below, you’ll find each of the supplies listed as well. Or, if you’re not into the DIY, then check our shop for the items.
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10 Mother’s Day Crafts + Cards
First up is cards. If you do nothing else for Mother’s Day crafts you should at least get her a card, right?!
I love stamped cards. I make them for everything from thank you to holidays. You can find all our cards (stamped and printed) in our shop, here.
Another great way to do cards is to find printable ones. Lucky for you, I’m giving away 4 free ones. Download these funny cards for Mom on the Journey Junkies page. However, if you’re not into DIY, you can find them printed for sale here.
For printing at home, I use very thick card stock. Anything 100 lb or higher is best for quality. However, it’s not going to go through every printer. If you’re looking for other options, check out papers paper or paper source.
If you know me, you know I love wine, and as it turns out, my Mom does too. She tends to like the sweet stuff, but that doesn’t stop us from vineyard-hopping together. These below are for wine lover.
First up in the wine category is this set of three wine bottles. I’ve had these in my Etsy shop for a while with initials. They are pretty popular and I love the idea of them spelling out Mom with a heart.
For these, you’ll simply need wine bottles, jute (for wrapping), lace, heart, and the letters. You’ll also need glue and paint. Personally, I like drinking the wine first, but if you aren’t a wine drinker, you can purchase empty bottles here.
If you’re mom does love wine, and you don’t want to give her empty bottles, then give her a full one with this next idea. Download our wine bottle label here on Etsy and print it at home. Or you can purchase them already printed and ready to attach in our shop.
If you want to print out wine labels on your own, check out these full sheet labels.
I actually love to give my mom bookmarks. She’s one of the few people in my life who still uses them. Therefore, it makes a great little gift. Sometimes I’ll purchase them during my travels as they are also easy to pack. Make this simple bookmark with the supplies below.
Next for the mom that loves to read is one that could fit for just about any mom. This mom bag could be for books, groceries, or really anything your mom may carry.
For the book bag, you can find it at Zazzle and personalize it to make it unique.
7. Photo Ornament
While a little early for Christmas, you could still give your Mom an ornament. Anything with a photo is sure to please.
8. Heart Frame
This next photo gift is super easy. I love that you can easily change out the photo by using a clip. However, if you don’t want to do that, you could attach the photo to the heart with mod podge.
First for the mom who cooks is this apron. I pretty much love it. Plus, you can customize it online.
So this next idea isn’t really for the mom who cooks, but it is a kitchen item so I put it in this category anyway. I love the large array of mugs on zazzle.
Again, all you’ll need is your computer, you can personalize the mug and be done.
That’s it for mother’s day crafts and cards. Have you given your mom any of the items above or did you make her something different? Let me know in the comments, I love new ideas! Also, if you missed where to get the free cards. You can find them on the Journey Junkies page or sign up here if you’re not a member. It’s free and we add to it every week!
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