DIY Flower Bouquet Mother’s Day Card

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Today we have this easy kids craft that makes a gorgeous mother’s day card.

DIY mothers day card

Mother’s day is just around the corner! 

We have been crafting like mad over here between all the fun Easter crafts, spring crafts and now Mother’s day crafts coming up.

This is one of our most popular paper flower crafts and for a good reason.

This sweet card is perfect for younger kids to make themselves with a little guidance. 

This Mother’s day flower bouquet card is perfect for mom, or grandmother. Or any motherly figure in their life. 

Make sure to check out our adorable Hands full of Love Flower craft for Mom and our 3D flower pop up card perfect for Mother’s Day.

DIY Mother’s Day Flower Bouquet Card 


  • Construction Paper
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Heart shaped stencils or cookie cutters
  • Pencil
DIY mothers day card flower bouquet

How to Make This DIY Mother’s Day Card

First, choose a base color for your Mother’s Day card. We choose a pretty, bright yellow. 

Then trace out several hears from an assortment of colored construction paper. We used heart shaped cookie cutters to trace our heart shapes.

But you can also grab our free printable heart templates if you’d rather use those. They’re perfect for projects like this.

DIY mothers day card for kids to make

Now you can cut out all of your colored hearts. These will be your flowers. 

DIY mothers day card flower bouquet how to make

Decorate the hearts with your markers. You can add fun stripes, polka dots or any other designs you think will look pretty. 

Play around with your hearts to see how the would look in a flower arrangement. You want to arrange them into a bouquet onto the front of your card.

Once you are happy with an arrangement, you can start to glue them down.

We suggest folding your hearts in half first to add extra dimension. 

DIY mothers day card handmade from kids

Using your markers again, draw stems for your flowers and finish off with a pretty bow.

Now you can add your Mother’s day message on the bottom. Use a pencil for a test run, before tracing your message with a marker.

We simply wrote “Happy Mother’s Day.” But you can write whatever you think your mother would love to hear most!

Handmade mothers day card for kids

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  1. What if we don’t have all of these materials?! Can you post a way we can do it differently?! Thank you.

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