Mother's Day is coming up. Here are some of my most popular Mother's Day posts including cards, crafts, quotes and DIY gifts.
Check out Brilliant Beginnings preschool for this cute Mother's Day card.
A Day In My Life has created this Father's day card, but I think it would work just as well for Mother's day.
Here's a custom newspaper from MarthaStewart.com that the kids can color and fill in the blanks to make mom feel extra special.
Amy at Our Daily Obsessions received this cute poem for Mother's Day last year.
Here's a simple and quick Mother's Day bouquet from The Trendy Treehouse:
Does your Mom like to garden? If so, I bet she'd love this gift basket of seeds. DaNita from Delightful Order came up with this cute idea. I love the seed packet holders, they read "a mother plants seeds of LOVE, HOPE, JOY!"
These MOM blocks are cute. Lorraine from Extreme Domestication just mod podged some photos onto wood blocks to create this beautiful and easy gift.
Mom's love photos of their kids and Grandmom's love photos of their grandkids. So making a gift using photos of your kids is a great idea. Kim from The Inadvertent Farmer made this photo project.
Printables make a quick and easy gift. Just print and place in a frame. I'm wondering if you could change the colors to match your Mom's decor. Or paint the frame the same bold color as that of the letters.
Check out these printable from Holday Snobs
I love anything chocolate so getting these M&M's would be OK with me. (hint, hint). Kinzie from Kinzie's Kreations made these for her church's primary class to hand to their moms. There's also a game to play with them, so be sure to check out what she did HERE.
Beth from 123 Homeschool for Me shares how she made this cute handprint gift HERE. I've seen several versions of this done in paper, fabric and even thread.
I think this is a canvas, although I think would be easy to paint or mod-podge a frame to look like this.
Courtney from A Diamond in the Stuff has some great DIY Mother's Day gift ideas such as personalized flower pots, coasters and pin cushions. Check it out over at her blog HERE.
We “dedicate ourselves to strengthening marriages, families, and homes” and “find nobility in motherhood and joy in womanhood.” Mary Ellen W. Smoot, “Steadfast and Immovable,” Ensign, Nov 2001, 91
”Every one of us can mother someone—beginning, of course, with the children in our own families but extending far beyond. Every one of us can show by word and by deed that the work of women in the Lord’s kingdom is magnificent and holy. I repeat: We are all mothers in Israel, and our calling is to love and help lead the rising generation through the dangerous streets of mortality.”
“[The] ability and willingness properly to rear children, the gift to love, and eagerness … to express it in soul development, make motherhood the noblest office or calling in the world. She who can paint a masterpiece or write a book that will influence millions deserves the admiration and the plaudits of mankind; but she who rears successfully a family of healthy, beautiful sons and daughters, whose influence will be felt through generations to come, … deserves the highest honor that man can give, and the choicest blessings of God”
Women affect so very much of what happens in the world for good or otherwise. In some measure, wives and mothers control the flow of blessings that come into their homes. "
“Motherhood …is near to divinity. It is the highest, holiest service to be assumed by mankind. It places her who honors its holy calling and service next to the angels.”
(In James R. Clark, comp., Messages of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 6 vols. (1965–75), 6:178.
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