Mother’s Day is right around the corner, so why not create a DIY Mother’s Day Gift for grandma! Here are some incredible DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas for grandma that your kids can make for that handmade gift. Let her know how thankful you are that she is in your child’s life!
Some of my favorite gifts I have ever received are handmade. Here is a nice list of gift ideas for grandmas this Mother’s Day! Grandparents play such a significant roll in your child’s life, so take the time and make a gift that lets her know how special she truly is.
Easy DIY Mother’s Day Gift Ideas For Grandma
1.) Paper Quilling Photo Frame from Saving Dollars and Sense
If you are a fan of paper quilling try this photo frame craft. Your kids can easily help roll up the paper and glue it onto the frame. Add your favorite picture of grandma with your child and you have a handmade gift!
2.) Bottle Cap Keychain from Artsy Fartsy Mama
How fun is this keychain! If you have a little one that is learning to write this is a really fun one. If they are still too little to write get creative on what you put in the center. Maybe do a thumbprint or something fun.
3.) DIY Dyed Planter Pots from Organized31
Grab the Kool-Aid and try out these Dyed Planter Pots! If your grandma enjoys plants, this is a fun one to do to decorate her home!
4.) Finger Painted Bookmarks from Swoodson Says
Okay, if you have a grandma who enjoys reading, try out these easy finger painting bookmarks! How fun and easy is this DIY present that would make her feel special each time she opened up a book.
5.) Grandkids Wooden Sign from Where the Smiles Have Been
If you have some older kids, this could be one that they might enjoy making! I love the idea of adding a ton of pictures to capture each little one in different pictures. Such a fun and easy DIY gift.
6.) Tea Bouquet From Down Red Bud Drive
Does your grandma enjoy tea? Let your kids paint a pot, and then add some of her favorite teas to give her a fun bouquet she can sip and enjoy to relax or unwind.
7.) Popsicle Stick Picture Frame From 5 Minutes for Mom
Your kids can paint popsicle sticks and then work at making a design for the frame. Depending on their age they might need help gluing the sticks together.
8.) Artwork Tumbler from Bre Pea
Take a tumbler and add your child’s custom design to give it a personal feel to make grandma feel extra special. I love how versatile this gift is, would work for anyone in the family!
9.) Thumbprint Flower Pot From Upstate Ramblings
These flower pots are something that can be used year after year. A fun way to give a homemade gift that will capture the tiny fingers of your kiddos!
10.) Alcohol Ink Votives from BitznGiggles
Make one-of-a-kind votives to give to your grandma. With an abstract feel, these candle holders are a fun way to add a pop of color into her home for spring and summer.
11.) Jewelry Dish from Projects with Kids
Check out this craft where they share how to make homemade jewelry dishes! Look at how bright and colorful they are, and a perfect place for grandma to place hairpins, jewelry and more in.
12.) Mother’s Day Flower Hands from The Flying Couponer
Here is a fun way to give flowers that won’t wilt or get thrown out after a week. Give grandma flowers that last a lifetime!
13.) Handprint Watering Can from The Country Chic Cottage
If your grandma enjoys flowers or gardening, give her a watering can that will put a smile on her face. I love the handprint flowers and the date and name of child!
14.) Pressed Flowers from Lily Ardor
Let your child head outdoors and pick flowers and then come in and work at pressing them in a frame. Such a timeless and stunning display of flowers.
15.) Hyacinth Flower Card from I Heart Crafty Things
Maybe you want something simple, here is a really easy Hyacinth flower card your kiddos can make for grandma. Use the colors you want and give her a special card made out of love.