Blogger / 21 March, 2017 / Nanny Anita

Ideas for Mother’s Day Cards

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This year’s Mother’s Day gift are these amazing bath fizzers. Our Mother’s Day card is just as easy to make.

Please forgive the quality of the photos, we were making them in secret in my room.

You will need:

  • Card stock
  • Paper
  • Pens
  • Glue

Fold the card stock in half to create your card.

On the front of the card draw a big heart.

Next tear up some pieces of paper and glue it into the heart.

Next write the message “I Love You To Pieces” on front.

On the inside get your little ones to write their own messages.

Even if your little one can’t write yet this is still a card that they can help to make. The tearing up of the paper will help develop their hand muscles and fine motor skills.

To all the Mothers out there, I wish you a very happy Mother’s Day!

Pin for later

mothers day card made by children

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