Mother's Day is always a wonderful excuse for a tea party. Make it a mother-daughter affair and invite a few friends and their girls over for a fun tea party with these easy handmade invites. Emily has the simple crafting how-to for the tea bag like invitations.
Mom's will ooh and aah over these adorable cards from the kids. With a little help from an adult, children can craft homemade Mother's Day cards that not only look better than the ones you find in a store, but have so much love and personalization built into them!
If you've got some old books you aren't worried about repurposing, turn the pages within into a pretty bouquet for mom with this craft idea. Even better if you can find pages with special meaning to them!
For mom's known for their sweet tooth you don't have to look any further than your kitchen for a cute gift she'll love. Our Mother's Day cookie ideas are crafted with mom in mind and will send her head-over-heels with their adorable designs and great taste!
Gift mom with some flavored butters this year. A Mother's Day craft she'll enjoy morning, noon and night, flavored butters not only add great flavor to dishes, they also cut prep work, which mom will certainly appreciate.
While Emma may have crafted these jeweled place cards for a recent dinner party, we're loving the idea of turning this tutorial into a Mother's Day craft. Simply replace the name card with a photo of you and mom for an inexpensive, yet darling gift mom will love.
Fresh flowers are great, but if you want something a little more chic and a little more hands on for the kids to craft these folded paper flowers are sure to add a touch of handmade love to Mother's Day celebrations.