10 DIY Mother's Day Gifts that Kids Can Make

Mother's Day is just around the corner, and if you're like me, you just might be scrambling a bit to get all of your ducks in a row. This Mother's Day will be a little bit different for my family. My husband's grandparents will be visiting from Tennessee, and we'll get to spend the whole weekend with them. We have big plans to catch up with them, visit a local botanical garden, and of course, host a big Mother's Day Brunch for the whole family on Sunday.

I want all of the moms in my family to know how loved and appreciated they are, so I thought that the kids and I could make some fun Mother's Day gifts for them. We've combed through lots of projects, and I've narrowed our list down to 10 easy DIY Mother's Day Gifts that Kids Can Make- with a little help from momma, of course!

10 DIY Mother's Day Gifts that Kids Can Make

This is a great DIY Scented Candle gift that we found over at Saving You Dinero. It's a pretty straightforward project, perfect for older kids and teens to work on for those special moms in their lives. Head over there to grab instructions and details.

This DIY Flower Cupcake Pot is an edible gift. I love cupcakes, so I am hoping that my hubby will notice this one and makes these with the kids for me, haha! Really, though- this one is cute and simple! You can find the directions for this sweet gift over at Food Meanderings.

Do you love projects involving Mason Jars? I do! I also love gardening and garden gifts, so these Garden in a Jar gifts are right up my alley! You can find this blossoming gift idea over at Saving Dollars and Sense.

Mugs and nail polish go hand in hand, no? I love collecting mugs and just can't have too many of them! These creative gifts are a blast to make! Just grab a plain mug and your favorite nail polish and get creative with it! This project for DIY Nail Polish Painted Mugs can be found over at Strength and Sunshine.

This sweet Doily Flower Spring Votive is just lovely. I love pretty, lacy things, so this would be a lovely addition to my home decor. It's super simple to make, and you can find all of the instructions for this project over at Uncommon Designs.

Here's yet another super cute idea for the gardening gals in your life. These easy peasy DIY Herb Markers are so useful, and are so simple for little ones to make and give to mom. I'd definitely gift the actual herbs with them, and maybe some new gardening gloves & potting soil! Grab this craft idea over at The Country Chic Cottage.

Give mom a spa themed gift by making some DIY Homemade Shower Jelly! I am a big fan of spa gifts, so I'd absolutely love to receive these! Get the instructions for this relaxing gift over at Inspiring Savings.

Do you ever feel like you deserve an award for all of your hard work? It's true what they say- mommin' ain't easy! This is a cute little DIY Award for Mom that your kiddos can make and present to a special mom (or two) in their lives. These are perfect for special friends, grandmas, aunts, etc. Grab the instructions over at Coupon Closet.

Want to get the really little ones in on the Mother's Day gift-making? This is such a cute craft! Grab a flower pot, some paint, and your little one's finger to make some pretty little flower pots! Don't forget to fill them with flowers when they're all dry! Grab the instructions for this cute Thumbprint Flower Pot over at Upstate Ramblings.

Photo gifts are always a huge hit in my family. I love finding fun new ways to incorporate photos of my kiddos into new gifts for my family members without presenting them with something that'll put holes in their walls or add too much clutter to their homes. These DIY Photo Coasters are such a great idea! They take up so little space and are a great way to add photos without being obnoxious. These are inexpensive, quick & easy to make, so check out this project over at Fun Money Mom!

Which of these projects do you really want to try? I am torn between the Thumbprint Flower Pots and the DIY Photo Coasters. Heck, we just might make them all! Which one(s) are you going to try? Be sure to tell me in the comments!

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