Mother's Day DIY Cards

 

Overlook at Franklin Square, Baltimore, MD  Celebrate Mother's Day this year by making one of these DIY cards. Check out our ideas in this month's blog post!

Happy Mother’s Day from the Overlook at Franklin Square Blog. In this month’s blog post we’ll be sharing some DIY Mother’s Day cards to give to the mother in your life. Check them out and have a great month at your apartment here in Baltimore, MD!

 

DIY: Watercolor Mother’s Day Card from Adventures in Making

These watercolor cards are so beautiful and are sure to make your mom smile. They take some detail and patience, but it will be worth it! To make one of these cards you’ll need a ruler, a pencil, an eraser, watercolor paper, a paintbrush, and watercolors.

 

DIY Mother’s Day Cut Out Card from She Makes a Home

This card is a perfect way to share your love. Be sure to pick out your favorite childhood photo with your mom to put inside the card. To make this card you’ll need cardstock, a pencil, a craft knife, an eraser, your photo, a calligraphy pen or marker, and an envelope.

 

Sundae for Mother’s Day from Smart School House

For an extra clever card, make this Sundae for your mom. You’ll need these items to get started: the printable card from the link above, tape, double-sided tape, plastic sandwich baggies, scissors, sprinkles, peanuts, marshmallows, and any other ice cream toppings you want to include.

 

DIY String Art Flower Cards from Hello, Wonderful

This card is easy enough for a kid to make, so we think it’s perfect for the person who may feel a little less crafty. To make these cards you’ll need cardstock, scissors, a pencil, yarn, a thick needle, a flower template, pom poms, and glue.

 

DIY: Mother's Day Card With Flowers from Lovely Clusters

We love this pretty and very simple card. It requires these supplies: colored paper, a blank envelope and card, ribbon, a pen, a pencil, scissors, and a hot glue gun with glue sticks.

 

Do you have any other DIY card ideas? Share them with us in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you!

 

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