Last-Minute Mother’s Day Ideas

Mother’s Day is supposed to be a celebration of Mom, but it’s generally Mom who makes holiday festivities possible. Here are a few kid-driven projects for Mother’s Day that your little ones will be excited to pull off on their own.

How cute is this FREE Mother's Day Banner that kids can color from @PagingSupermom

Older kids can definitely make this “We Heart Mom” banner on their own. Younger ones might need a bit of help printing and cutting, but they’ll still have plenty of creative input.

How cute is this FREE Mother's Day Banner that kids can color from @PagingSupermom

Super cute and easy Mother's Day gift with Printable from PagingSupermom.com

It’s so fun to see what answers the kids come up with. Those who can’t read will need a little help, but otherwise the kids have totally got this. There’s a fill-in form for moms and grandmas too.

Easy Button Necklace for Mom at PagingSupermom.com #mothersday

A definite upgrade on the noodle or cereal necklace, this button necklace is eclectic and totally wearable. I’ve actually received lots of compliments on mine. Plus stringing up your collection of random buttons is a perfect project for your kiddos — they just might need a little help with the knot.

Free Printable Breakfast in Bed Kit, even helps kids get the placement right on a place setting. From @PagingSupermom

This breakfast in bed placemat has all the hints the kids will need to do a proper place setting without any help from Mom.
Love this Cute Free Printable Breakfast in Bed Kit for Mother's Day from @PagingSupermom

Love this Cute Free Printable Breakfast in Bed Kit for Mother's Day from @PagingSupermom