Mother’s day is just around the corner and if your toddler understands the concept and wants to gift something to his/her mommy dearest then, these cute DIY projects might make just the right gift. There is a thing about mother’s when the gift comes from their little one, they tend to value the effort and sentiments and heartfelt gifts always count more than materialistic gifts. So ditch the commercial and expensive cards for a change and get something handmade. These are very easy to make and creative too which is a good way to keep the naughty toddler busy over the weekend! We are sure, mommies will definitely use these cards a keepsake over the years! Here are five super inspired and fun to make Mother’s Day card at home!
Flowers made out of fingerprints
Fingerprints are something that are closely associated with one’s personality. So, the father can help the toddler imprint their fingerprints on the card that they prepare for mother’s day. Use the paints in the colours that the mommy loves the most.Since this also involves being a little messy, toddlers are sure to enjoy doing this DIY card for their mothers. As a guideline to be neat, a small circle can be drawn with a pencil to align the flower petals, along. Please use non-toxic colours for this craft as you know kids eat up anything!
- The Sunshine card
This card is super duper easy to make and tad cute! Just paste a Yellow coloured circle cut-out made of glaze paper or velvet paper or even a simple magazine paper and use pasta as the rays. Please make sure, the elders do the cutting part and keep the scissors or blades, out of reach of the kiddies. This DIY card needs simple pasting using a craft glue and a colouring brush. The end result turns out to be really adorable and neat. A heartfelt message like, “Mom, you are my sunshine” or, say, “ Mom, you light up my life!!” would make the card very charming for the mums, out there.
- Things I love about you card DIY
If your toddler has just started writing, you can help them with the spellings to express their views. Use a ruled sheet and border it up with a coloured tape to list their favourite 5 things about their mom. Keep the content crisp and thoughtful. Add small pictures for fun.
- Handprint cards
Toddler Handprints are really adorable and you can try out handprints of both your hands. You can derive inspiration from these plant shaped hand prints. The pots can be used to write messages.
- The Umbrella card
You can make this card with a very simple technique of folding a paper plate into half and drawing a J-shaped stick beneath it. The hearts can either be drawn or you may paste stickers. A one liner message and your card is complete. Add lines like, “you shower me with your love” or “ the Umbrella of your love protects me from all the hardships!”
With these fabulous ideas you are sure to make this Mother’s Day special!!