Remember the good old days when you went to school and crafted DIY Mother’s Day gifts with your tiny hands that made her lose her mind because they were way too cute? Who says we can’t do that just because we’re all grown up? Whether you feel like creating personalized handmade gifts for your own mom or helping your little ones up their gift game this Mother’s Day, here are five super easy DIY gifts for mom anyone can make no matter what your artistry level may be.
Mason Jar Picture Frame
via Home Stories A to Z
Ditch the fancy crystal vase she probably already has and give her something with a little more heart. Mom loves pictures of her kids (or grandkids) at any age and this darling mason jar picture frame is a creative way to display her favorite photo.
Mini Polaroid Magnets
Another way to use family photos for your DIY gifts is this fun batch of mini photo magnets. Use this handy little template to print out your photos and glue them onto mounting board to create a practical gift she can use every day!
Homemade Bath Bombs
via Bright Nest
A luxurious bath with a bomb of essential oils will leave mom feeling invigorated and renewed after a long day of saving the world (like she does every day). Plus, these bath bombs are completely customizable so you can make bombs in her favorite scents and colors.
via Saved By Love Creations
Put a spin on traditional flowers and make mom something that will actually last with minimal upkeep. These gorgeous terrariums take less than an hour to make and will bring a little bit of the garden indoors to spruce her living space and make her smile.
Footprint Step Stool
via Simply + Kierste
Perfect for the mom of little kids (or grandma), this small piece of practical furniture is like a memory frozen in time. Mom will be reminded of the pitter patter of little feet for years to come.
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