Easy Preschool Mothers Day Crafts

With Mother’s Day around the corner, I thought it might be a good idea to figure out some easy preschool mothers day crafts that little ones can do to give to their mom.  The best gifts are the gifts made with love!  In my home, all the art work on the walls are made by the kids.  (you know, when the child draws on the wall with a crayon?)  I have plenty of that!  Well, I have some other nicer artwork that is made by my children and framed too!  I love their creativity, and I love that you can tell they tried their very best.   I really love hand and foot print paintings.  One of my favorite blogs is the Hand and Footprint art blog!    Anyway, before we begin making mother’s Day crafts, I like to share a few books that are good to read before you begin your art project.  Here are a few fun Mother’s Day books!

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Easy Preschool Mothers Day Crafts

Easy Preschool Mothers Day Crafts

This first one I found is this fun flower picture made with cupcake liners.   from iheartcraftythings.
Next we had a cute flower craft with a child’s picture in the middle from messylittle monster.

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Then there are a few things you can paint using acrylic paint.   You could paint a flower pot from Theseasonedmom.

Easy Preschool Mothers Day Crafts

Or, you could paint a hot cocoa mug and use it as a flower pot!  (from messylittlemonster)

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Mamasmiles also did a painted flower pot, but with a different twist to it!

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You could make a magnetic photo frame, from sandinmytoes.

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Totschooling offers some creative projects:  A flower card using tissue paper, and an easy pop-up card!  

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Naturalbeachliving made a card using things from nature.

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Here is an ADORABLE Hug card from momsandcrafters!

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Intheplayroom has a hand print flower pot craft.  

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I love this butterfly thumbprint from mommy crusader.

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And, a photo scrapbook from minimonetsandmommies.

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Or… some stamp prints from a momwithalessonplan.

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Here are some cute egg carton poppies from besttoysfortoddlers

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If you are looking for ideas for a classroom, here are a few cute flower pot activities from Mrs. Jones Creations and A Dab of Glue will Do

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And…last but not least – what mother doesn’t like chocolate?  Here is a cute craft with chocolate attached to it from meaningfulmama.  YUM!

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