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Easy Mothers Day Craft

Looking for a fun, pretty project that is also a quick & Easy Mothers Day Craft? You will love this simple project your family can make for Mom in only 10 minutes. Plus it is so special, it will become a priceless keepsake for Mom that keeps well!

Pretty project that is also an Easy Mothers Day Craft. You will love this simple project your family can make for Mom in only 10 minutes.

Easy Mothers Day Craft

Did Mother’s Day sneak up on you again? It seems to happen with the busyness of the end of school concerts, graduation, spring sports, and what-not. But we don’t want to miss the opportunity to show mum how special she is, do we? Even if you only have 10 minutes – you can make this quick mother’s day craft! It is so sweet and precious she will never guess you whipped it up in a hurry or last minute!

Print one of our mothers day printable pages, trace each family members hand, stack, and affix. Frame is optional, but looks so beautiful and protects those precious hands.


Mother’s Day Handprint Art

Today I wanted to share a very simple and easy to make Mothers Day Craft that even Dad can help kids whip up in just a few minutes. Depending on the age of your kids they might be able to make it by themselves.

trace everyone hand on construction paper

Mothers Day Hand Craft

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie. Now print the page that you like best.

Decide what color scheme you will make:

  • Every hand a new color
  • Different shades of blue
  • Girls pink and boys blue
  • What color does mama like best?

We used the colors we had on hand (the colors we don’t use as much so we had leftovers in our construction paper stash – LOL!). Will the project include just kids or kids and parents? If you are last minute and don’t want Mom to know, make it just the kids.

Now trace everyone’s hand on construction paper. I recommend starting with oldest and going in order so you will make sure to get every other hand in a new, complementing color.

tape together everyones hands to make this paper mothers day craft

Finally, using scissors, cut out the hands and stack them up with the biggest at the back. You can use glue or tape to affix them discretely together.

cut a heart out of all but the last hand to make this mother's day handprint art

Kindergarten Mothers Day Crafts

This part is optional, but so cute. If children are making the project on their own they may need Dad’s help to cut out a pretty heart in the palm of all the hands except for the bottom one. Isn’t this such a pretty mother’s day handprint art project!

Mother's Day Handprint Art

Toddler Mothers Day Crafts

My favorite part is that my family is all hand-in-hand for me to see all the time – even when their hands get as big as mine. This is a super easy to make paper craft!

Help kids celebrate the amazing Moms in their lives with these no pre, free printable Mothers Day Coloring Sheets. This pack has 8 pages to choose from so you can find just the right coloring page for your Mum.

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:

Mothers Day Craft Template

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About the author

Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! She has created over 1 million pages of printables to help teach kids ABCs, science, English grammar, history, math, and so much more! Beth is also the creator of 2 additional sites with even more educational activities and FREE printables - and

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