8 Easy Crafts for Mother’s Day

Beautiful, personalized crafts you can create for Mom in no time.

Teacup Candles

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Thinking about Mom, but not sure what to get her this Mother’s Day? Here are some DIY projects sure to please almost any mother.

If she’s an art lover:

watercolor portrait of boy
Create and frame watercolor portraits
of the grandkids.

Click the image above or go to growcreative.blogspot.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s a wine lover:

sweater sleeve turned wine wrap tutorial
Wrap her favorite Bordeaux
in a sweater sleeve.

Click the image above or go to greylikesweddings.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s a bookworm:

bookmark from book binding
Fashion a quirky recycled bookmark and place it inside the newest book by her favorite author.
Click the image above or go to greenpaper.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s a recycler:

blue jean bangles
Repurpose blue jean cuffs into bangles.
Click the image above or go to michlinla.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s always on the go:

sugar scrub cubes in glass jar
Make exfoliating sugar scrub cubes for a luxurious (and quick) shower treat.
Click the image above or go to soapdelinews.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s outdoorsy:

ombre picnic blanket in grass with picnic basket
Spread a picnic lunch on this ombre blanket; when lunch is over, give the blanket to her as a gift.
Click the image above or go to inkmeetspaperpress.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s a romantic:

teacup candle
Pour wax into some pretty teacups
for candlelit dinners.

Click the image above or go to cupcakesandcashmere.com for the tutorial now.

If she’s got a green thumb:

seed pots
Construct these little seed paper pots.
Click the image above or go to greylikesweddings.com for the tutorial now.

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