Today we are sharing a fun mother’s day handprint crafts to make for mom! Use the free printable included here to color and cut out the flowers. Add a personal touch by tracing the child’s hand which will “hold” the flowers to give to mom! Just so cute!
Mother’s Day Handprint Crafts
Celebrate your amazing mother with this adorable Mother’s Day Handprint Crafts for toddler, preschool pre k, kindergarten, first grade, and elementary age students. I love how this project combines children’s actual hands to make a one-of-a-kind, memorable, keepsake with free printable and pipe cleaners that pop off the page.
Moms work so hard all year long – day in and day out with no time off from motherhood -it is so wonderful to thank them for all they do and tell them how much we love them appreciate them, and need them.
Mother’s Day Handprint Craft
All you need to make this easy, Happy Mothers Day Craft are a few simple items like crayons, brown construction paper, scissors, green chenille stems, tacky glue (or strong elmers glue), and the mothers day printable.
Free Printable Mothers Day Crafts
Next, color the flowers and flower centers. You can use crayons, markers, colored pencils, gel pens, or watercolor paints. We suggest using pretty spring colors for the flowers like pink, purple, yellow, orange, blue, red, and similar.
Now, cut the flowers and circles out and set the template pieces aside.
Mothers Day Flower Craft
Trace the child’s hand onto a piece of construction paper and then cut it out.
With the thumb facing upwards, put some glue on the back of the palm and arm. Don’t put any glue on the fingers.
Happy Mothers Day Crafts
Glue the hand onto the paper, being sure to leave plenty of room at the top of the paper for the stems and flowers.
Use tacky glue to attach the green chenille stems onto just the palm of the hand. Press and hold for a moment to help the glue adhere.
Handprint Mothers Day Crafts
Next, glue the flowers to the tops of the chenille stems. This will also help hold the stems down. Glue the flower centers onto the flowers in the correct order, making sure it says, “Happy Mother’s Day!”
Now it’s time to make the hand “hold” the flowers. Use tacky glue to put a dot on the finger tips, and then curve them around the stems. Press and hold them down for a bit to help the glue stick.
Let the glue dry and then your Happy Mother’s Day Flowers are complete! I just love how the hand is holding the flowers and I think mom will too.
There is more room near the bottom of the page for a little note to mom as well. She will love it!
Mothers Day Ideas for Kids
Looking for more fun ideas and clever Mother’s Day projects for kids of all ages? You will love these:
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Printable Mothers Day Crafts
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