The best part of Mother’s Day isn’t really the gifts – it’s the chance for Mom and the kids to get some quality time. Sometimes the best Mother’s Day doesn’t include a fancy brunch or expensive gifts, but a thrifty stress-free activity that the family can do together. One of the most fun and rewarding Mother’s Day ideas is to do fun kids’ crafts together! If you have small children, it’s especially fun because you can see their creativity in action.
Kids usually make some kind of Mother’s Day crafts at school, but it’s so much more meaningful to see your kids making their adorable gift! If you make a hand print or foot print craft, then you can cherish it for years as you see them grow. You can even pull it out and show it to them when they’re adults to see if they remember the Mother’s Day they spent making it with you. What you’re truly making are memories. <3
At AllFreeKidsCrafts.com, we’ve got a collection of Mother’s Day crafts for kids of all ages. The best part? Many of these are used from recycled materials, so you won’t have to go out and buy a ton of art supplies. Of course, Mother’s Day is all about flowers and other spring things. We love all these adorable paper flowers and paint activities – they look like they’d be a blast to make!
Browse these 10 Thrifty Spring Crafts for Kids and Moms to Do Together and you’ll be all set for this spring holiday.
10 Thrifty Spring Crafts for Kids and Moms to Do Together
- Handprint Paper Flowers
- Fingerprint Bouquet
- Mother’s Day Fingerprint Flower
- Handprint Art Mother’s Day Bouquet
- Water Bottle Flower Power