I love receiving homemade Mother’s Day cards from my kids and I know their grandmothers and great grandmothers adore and treasure them as well. Each card is unique and brings out the personality of the child who made the card.
Homemade Mother’s Day cards allow the kids to be creative, are free, and works great for younger kids who can’t write and sign their name to a card yet
Get started on your homemade cards by pulling together your supplies.
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Ideas for supplies:
- Tissue paper
- Colored and patterned tape
- Old cards
- Constructions paper
- Craft punches
The kids can use the supplies in whatever way they choose to make a homemade card for mom or grandma.
One of my favorite tips for making homemade cards with the kids is to cut pictures, sayings, and words from store bought cards you have received in the past and let the kids use them to make their homemade cards. This is really helpful for little kids who are not writing yet and or just beginning.
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