Mother’s Day!

by Megan Bittner

Happy Mother’s Day! There are tons of great ways to share some quality time with your family this weekend. Kids can browse this Homeschool Classroom for awesome gift ideas and recipes to help make this Mother’s Day special.


Connect with Mom

Gardening, hosting a family photo shoot, and a variety of day trips are only a few of the ideas on this list of 10 meaningful ways to connect with your kids on Mother’s Day.

Make this special day even more special with these sweet activities to do with your toddlers.


Pamper Mom

These teacup candles and glass candles can be made with purchased candle wax flakes or with repurposed used candles.

This passion tea sugar scrub from A Pumpkin and a Princess makes a great addition to a DIY spa basket or as a gift on its own.

Pink Himalayan salt grapefruit soap is simple to make and only requires a few inexpensive ingredients.

Recycle those plastic K-cups by using them as the molds for these gorgeous lavender bath bombs.


Gift Mom

A birds nest necklace is a sweet symbol of motherhood, and can be personalized with beads in any color you like.

These blooming monogram wall hangings are perfect for sprucing up mom’s office or desk space.

This coffee cup holder is a fun, functional DIY.

Use citrus or potato halves covered in paint to make these easy, eye-catching stamped tea towels.

This marbled clay ring dish from A Beautiful Mess also makes a lovely landing pad for keys, change, and more when placed near an entryway.

This awesome pounded flower tote from DIY Candy is fun for kids of all ages to create.

Repurpose empty bottles to make these dynamic painted photo bottles.

This sweet rainbow paper heart pom pom wreath from Hello Wonderful is a simple craft for younger children.

Painted mason jars make gorgeous votive holders and battery-operated candles are a safe alternative to flames, making this the perfect craft for younger children.

This paper daffodil wreath would be fun to create as a family.

These 20 Mother’s Day quotes make great additions to a homemade Mother’s Day card.

This unique card includes a removable sun catcher for extra punch.

Try this free printable from Crafty Morning to make this adorable “You light up my life” Mother’s Day card.


Feed Mom

Get the best of both worlds with this gorgeous “bouquet” of lemonade buttercream cupcakes.

Edible flowers, glitter, and pearls make this white chocolate bark extra special.

Try this twist on the classic cinnamon rolls–raspberry swirl rolls–for a festive Mother’s Day breakfast.

This mixed green and herb tossed salad with gorgeous–and edible!–pansies is a beautiful springtime addition to your Mother’s Day lunch.

Try this hearty smoky tater hash for a savory alternative to a sweet breakfast.

These strawberry cheesecake flapjacks are as beautiful as they are delicious!

The adorable heart cut-out in this egg and toast breakfast is a sweet, festive touch.

With scrambled eggs and bacon, this scrambled carbonara pasta dish can star at your breakfast or dinner table.


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