DIY Mother’s Day Card

Give Mom a bouquet that she can cherish forever with this easy and affordable DIY greeting card.

Round up the kids and get the craft supplies out! Mother’s Day is right around the corner and it’s never too early to start thinking about what to get her. Check out our fun, budget-friendly project for the kiddos to make this Mother’s Day, a DIY photo flower bouquet card. A thoughtful present for the Superwoman is your kids’ life.

The best part about this DIY is that you might already have all the supplies in your home.
photo flower bouquet card

Materials:

Muffin liners (quantity will depend on how many pictures you choose to use, color of your choice)
Glue or double sided tape
Green construction paper, cut into flower stem and leaves shapes
2 pieces Cardstock paper, in color of your choice
Prints of the kids, cut into rounds to fit the center of the muffin liner

Instructions:

Step 1
Trim one of the cardstock paper so it is slightly smaller than the other. You want the paper on the back to create a border for the front card. Tape or glue together.

Step 2
Using the green construction paper, cut stems and leaves. Attach to the card using glue or tape.

Step 3
Cut the prints into circles, to fit the bottom of the muffin liner. Use the glue or double sided tape to paste the pictures to the liner.

Bonus Tip! Let the little ones get creative and personalize the card to their liking by adding a sweet note to Mom or with drawings!

photo flower bouquet card

 

Meijer Photo Blog

One thought on “DIY Mother’s Day Card

  1. Awesome!!!!!

    Such a great idea describe from you in the form of card. I know your card ideas will surely impress to anyone’s mom.Your step by step guidance is really helpful to create card easily. So once again thank you so much for sharing your ideas with us.

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