5 DIY Gifts for Mother’s Day

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The funny thing about Mothers is the evolution of your relationship with them. As you grow from child to teen, you seem to grow ever so slightly apart. And, as a young adult, visiting Mom tends to take a back seat to fun times with friends. But when you start to transition into a responsible adult, you realize how invaluable your Mother is and how you’d never had made it to that point without her undying love and support. And then when you turn 30 you find yourself calling her for advice and family recipes and asking her if she wants to hang out on Sunday. Hi Mom!

As Mother’s Day approaches, kiddos everywhere are handcrafting little tokens of love for their moms. We’ve got 5 DIY gifts that any mother would love and cherish. The best part is that they’re much more useful than just decoration for your refrigerator door.

1. Awesome Mom Mug


Moms aren’t moms without their morning coffee, right? Make her  a sweet mug to remind her of your love every morning.

2. We Love Mom Frameframe

Make a fun chalk frame to hold memories and mom selfies.

3. Spa Gift JarsMother's Day Bath Salts

Mix mom’s favorite fragrance into relaxing bath salts and treat her to 2 quiet “spa day” hours to enjoy.

4. Phone Easelphone-easel

This tiny easel is adorable and perfect for holding mom’s smartphone while she watches episodes of her favorite primetime drama.

5. Lace Clay Pots


Even if you can’t keep a cactus alive, I know you can make these delicate lace pots for your mother. It’s easy!

 So whether you’re a Dad, Aunt, Uncle or Grandparent, gather up the kids to make one of these fun crafts for Mom on her special day. We’d love to see what you’re crafting! Share it with us on Facebook!

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4 thoughts on “5 DIY Gifts for Mother’s Day”

  1. This is one of the interesting articles I have come through. I was searching for some mothers’ day ideas when I came across this article. Thank you for sharing this. I came across one more article that includes ideas for DIY projects that both mother and kids can do together. Here is the article – http://blog.papermart.com/top-8-diy-spring-projects-moms-kids/

    This time I plan to do something like this. I will sit with my mother and we both together will do a small DIY project for my grand mother.

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