Wednesday, April 20, 2011

13 Homemade Mother's Day Gift Ideas for Kids

I know we haven't even made it past Easter here, but I'm already planning for the next holiday!  My girl scout troop is meeting next week and we will be making our moms special gifts for Mother's Day.  I'm on the hunt for a fun, fairly easy, and inexpensive project for my girls.  Of course, we want mom to LOVE it, right?  Are you making gifts for mom this year?

at Ozona

at Come Together Kids


at Jewell Box Ballerina

at Celtic Mommy

(flower pens)
at Charlotte's Fancy

at Sew, Mama, Sew!

at Martha Stewart

at Martha Stewart

at I am Baker

at Soap Queen

at Flamingo Toes

at Domestic Simplicity

at Musing with Kim K.


I think I've got a pretty good collection here.
Now to narrow it down!


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26 comments:

  1. At 27, I wonder if my mom would think it's cute to receive something homemade from me, or cheap :p

    I just wanted to let you know that I'll be linking to you in a post tomorrow (scheduled for 5:03am!) Your blog is quite the Easter inspiration :)

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  2. Love all the ideas!
    Jennifer
    http://craftyhair.blogspot.com

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  3. Thanks so much Lamb & Jennifer! And honestly, I think any mom would rather have something specially made for her by her child, regardless of your age! I bet you could put together something pretty special for her :)

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  4. What great ideas! I especially like the Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub and the Spoon Garden Markers! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Great ideas. I'm going to be spending the next month on my blog putting together how-to projects for Mother's day too.

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  6. Here's a project that your girl scout troop might be able to do fairly easily. They could either bring pictures with them to cut up, or draw their own little pictures for the tea tags. We've done this 2 years in a row for the grandmas in our family. Personalized tea bags: http://kenward.blogspot.com/2010/04/less-than-month-away.html

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  7. I love those recycled spoons plant markers! Now how do I strongly hint to my family that they should make something like that? LOL!

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  8. Great, adorable ideas! How many of us have mis-matched spoons, right?! Great idea!

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  9. Thanks for your notes! I'm finding it hard to choose between them all!

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  10. I would gladly give or receive any of those for Mother's Day, they're great ideas! I'm glad you shared them because Mother's Day seems early this year and I'm soooo not ready!!

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  11. great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Thanks for featuring the Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub that I made! So far, two have been gifted & well received.

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  13. Thanks for sharing! Stopping by from Making the world cuter!

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  14. These are great ideas!! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Heaps of great ideas here! Those spoons are just fabulous!! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. So many lovely ideas.
    Thanks for sharing and I hope you had a nice Easter.
    Shauna
    myshaenoel.blogspot.com

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  17. Such a great list of ideas! If you get a chance, I'd love for you to stop by and link up to the Tuesday To Do Party.
    http://blackberryvine.blogspot.com/2011/04/tuesday-to-do-party-7-and-6-list-makers.html
    Smiles!!
    Jami

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  18. So many cute ideas! I am married and out of the house but may still try a few of these for my mom! Thanks for sharing them!

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  19. There are some great Mother's Day gift ideas here! I have one to add: Notepaper Toddlers (or older kids)can make for Mom or Grandma.

    http://www.make-homemade-gifts.com/note-paper-toddlers-can-make-for-mom.html

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  20. Love the spoon markers. Great idea for a gift.

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  21. These ideas are fabulous! I especially love the hand scrub and the cookie jar!!

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  22. Handmade gifts are best for any occasion, as all the material are on hand..i wish to give handmade gifts.

    Send gifts to pakistan

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  23. The tags on this picture are plastic or scratch cards?

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