Mothers Day Card

mothers day cards

Flowerpot Printable Mothers Day Card

Instead of giving moms or grandmas the usual bouquet of flowers on Mother’s Day, how about creating your very own diy mothers day gifts or special homemade Mother’s Day cards?

Flower crafts are always fun craft activities that kids will love making at home or at school.  Why not give them a try?

These are super-easy Mother’s Day crafts for older children as well as crafts for toddlers, and we have included a free printable template to download. See the flower pot pictures and instructions provided.

This makes them easy crafts for kids to follow, using different coloured card or construction paper crafts.

Flower pot crafts for kids to make

Flower crafts, especially flower-pot cards, are always appreciated and treasured by Moms or Grandmas, particularly when they are homemade Mother’s Day cards.

Happy Mother’s Day funny cards are sure to be kept for a long time by Mom or Grandma in a special keepsake box, alongside other homemade Mother’s Day gifts.

Mothers day flower card and flower crafts

These flower pot Mother’s Day cards are so cute and can be displayed on the fridge with a magnet, or on a shelf to remind Mom how much she is loved.

Don’t forget the free printable Mother’s Day card template as this will help you get started creating your perfect flower crafts card.



Cream or white card craft card for card… 8ins x 8 1/2ins

Light green, olive green, orange craft card

Brown and yellow craft card

Double-sided tape, craft glue, glue stick

Scissors ruler, pen, and texta


Download the free printable template pattern

Cut out pattern and trace onto colored card

Refer to pictures of flowerpot card


Large flower and 2 circles onto orange card craft

Smaller flower onto yellow card

Flower pot shape onto olive green card

Four leaves and rim of flower pot onto light green card

Soil in flower pot and flower stem onto brown card

Cut out all these flower pot card shapes

Refer to all pictures provided

Fold cream card in half


Olive green flower pot at the bottom in centre

Brown soil in the centre of flower pot

Brown stem in the centre of flower pot

Orange flower on the top of stem

Place double-sided tape on back of yellow flower

Place carefully on top with orange edges showing

Glue first orange circle and place in centre of flower

Using double-sided tape, place on back of 2nd circle

Place carefully on top of 1st circle

Glue two leaves onto edge of stem of flower

Stick double-sided tape on 2nd layer leaves and flower pot rim

Place carefully on top of leaves and rim of flower pot

If you like, you can draw a face onto centre of flower.

Your three-dimensional flower pot card is now complete


Special Mother’s Day greetings can be written inside to show how much you love your Mom or Grandma… such as “I love you always Mom”, “I love you to pieces”, “You are the best Mom ever”, “I love you Grandma always”.


Try getting Dad or Grandpa to help create wonderful Mother’s Day cards and …….

perhaps attach it to your diy Mother’s Day gifts.

Read more about Mothers Day Cards and Gifts

Other flower pot cards

Easter Chick Project

Easter chicken


Little chickens have long been a favourite decoration during Easter.   Here is a lovely little Easter chicken project you could do with your child.


Kids will love creating these easy Easter crafts for kids that kids can make.

Easter Bunny Card
Easter Crafts Ideas

It’s that time again when the stores are chocked full of Easter bunnies and chicks.

There are adorable easter bunnies and chicks everywhere, but as usual the chocolate Easter bunny is always a stand-out favourite for everyone.

Stores selling Easter crafts and supplies are stocking their shelves with heaps of creative Easter crafts ideas that kids of all ages will love.

However, it is interesting to understand the Easter origin, including the Easter bunny origin and why Easter is an important event in the calendar.

Some cute little Easter crafts for kids to make…

Easter paper chick
Easter paper chick

This was a fun activity that I enjoyed doing with my three-year-old grandson prior to Easter.

He helped me to cut out the yellow rectangles for the chicken pattern and the beak. He also helped me to stick on the eyes, wings and feet and we had a ball!

We created the face of the chicken, placing a small blob of glue for the goggle eyes that he placed very carefully on top of the glue.

Then we also glued the beak, only sticking on half of the folded cut out paper beak.  His tiny fingers were able to stick these carefully. He is a child who pays attention to detail but not all children can do this so carefully.

Items you will need…

to make the Easter Chick

  • plastic to cover your table

  • yellow paper and orange paper

  • goggle eyes

  • pink and black markers (textas)

  • yellow and orange pipe cleaners

  • quick drying clear craft glue

  • scissors


  1. To make the beak, cut out a rectangle (3cm x 1cm) and fold it in half across the long side.

    (See video below)
Craft ideas for kids
Make a chicken beak
  • Then cut it to form a diamond shape.

  • Fold the diamond shape in half to form the beak, making the beak 1.5cm long.

  • Stick only the bottom half onto the body of the chicken.

  • Lay out the yellow body shape (18cm x 7cm).

  • Add the pink cheeks and black eyebrows, using pink texta and thin black marker.

  • Turn the body over and carefully punch two holes 4cm from each end of the body shape, half way down, just big enough for the pipe cleaner to pass through. (Refer to the photograph).

  • Take one yellow pipe cleaner, 30cm long.

  • Cut off 8cm, cut it in half to form the two top feathers, each 4cm long.

  • Run the pipe cleaner into one hole from front to back and then back through the other hole to the front

  • Then fold each end back on itself and push the ends into the holes to create the chicken’s little wings.

  • From the orange pipe cleaner, cut six 4cm pieces

  • Turn the flat body over and glue the pipe cleaner pieces on a slight angle to create the feet, each foot having 3 toes.

  • Allow the glue to dry.

  • When finished and the glue is completely dry, turn the chicken over. Bend it into a circle and tape the back with sticky tape.

  • If dry, bend the toes forward and splay slightly to form three toes on each foot.

  • When all is finished and dry, a small Easter egg can be placed in the top, to complete the decoration.

  • Have fun making your paper Easter chickens.  You could make several and put them in a little basket for display.

    Happy Easter!

    Easter chick ideas