Mother’s Day crafts are so much fun for kids, and Moms love them! Learn how to make these 10 awesome crafts from our craft expert Crafty Kate. These are great for your classroom, after school program or scout group. Each project allows kids to be creative and make their very own special gift to give their Mom!
Ceramic Plate Craft
Kids can decorate this plate for Mom with acrylic paint. Our Color-Me Bisque Plates are easy to paint and come with an easel so Mom can display it for everyone to see! TIP: To make easy flowers, dip the end of the paintbrush into a small amount of paint to make the flower center (use the same method to make polka dots). For the petals, use the tip of your finger. This makes it easier for kids instead of drawing the flowers. Have them get creative with their design!
This Christian cross craft activity is great for a church group, Vacation Bible School, and Sunday School. It can be a Spring, Easter, or Mother’s Day craft. Take an ordinary cardboard box and make it beautiful! This is a new product and we were very excited to try it out for this craft tutorial. These cross boxes make great keepsake gifts!
Spring has finally sprung and it’s time to start planning some spring crafts. That’s where we come in! These 15 craft kits are our favorite, featuring all of the best things that remind you of the season – butterflies, flowers, ladybugs, and birds. Most of these kits make at least 12, so they work great for the classroom, after school, Girl Scouts, kids parties, and for senior residents. So start celebrating the warm weather with these fun activities!
What better way to welcome spring than with this door hanger craft kit! Perfect for hanging in a classroom or at home. This pack of 12 comes with banners, satin ribbon, and foam flower pieces, but you can also personalize it with these foam bugs and butterflies and assorted sequins. One of our customers shared that she uses these for the Occupational Therapy Department in a skilled nursing facility. The residents love them and they are pretty easy to complete, even for patients with impaired cognition are able to participate.
These colorful tissue paper flowers can hang from the walls, ceiling, or they can be centerpieces. Great for parties of any occasion. You can use any colors to compliment your theme. Learn how to make this fun craft for National Craft Month! Flowers also make a great craft for Spring and Mother’s Day.
Materials make one flower (15 minutes):
12 pink sheets of tissue paper (20″ x 30″) – The S&S value pack has three different shades of pink which adds texture to the finished product
Easter is one of our favorite holidays for crafting. There are so many adorable DIY Easter crafts for kids. Here are some fun, easy, and inexpensive crafts that we have made and also gathered from other craft experts. These can all be done on a budget and with only a few materials!
Pom Pom Chicks
These adorable little chicks are so fun and easy to make. You just need some pom poms, wiggly eyes, felt, and pipe cleaners. For the larger chick, we used pipe cleaners for her feet. The pipe cleaners stick right into the jumbo pom poms. For the smaller ones, it is easier to cut felt into feet shapes. You can also use egg cartons to make a cracked egg.
Pom Pom Bunny
We just had to make a pom pom bunny too! You can use all the same materials that were used for the chicks, but we also used string for the bunny’s mouth. The pipe cleaner ears stick right into the large pom pom. Then glue the wiggly eyes, pom pom nose and tail, and felt feet. Now you have your own Easter Bunny!