Fingerprint Heart Keepsake
The Messy Little Monster blog has the cutest idea for using your child’s fingerprints to make a heart card. There’s a bit more prep involved since it’s an art project, but the instructions are easy and it’s doable for any age of child. Isn’t it the most darling idea ever?! There’s also a free printable poem you can attach to the canvas.
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Homemade Sundae Kit
Anytime there’s food involved, we shoot hurray! This idea is a simple FREE printable from Smart School House. You then pick your three sundae toppings, put in baggies, and attach. Wha-la! We like that you could also put this in a beautiful ceramic bowl with a banana and some flowers. Yum and beautiful together!
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Last-Minute Homemade 8×10’s
If you’re in a rush, pick up a pretty 8 x 10 frame and print out a beautiful message. Frame it. Wrap it. And you’re good to go with a hug and kiss for Mother’s Day. Find this print out at The Kiwi in the Clouds blog.
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Give Your Love To Grandma
The Girl Creative has a lovely designed questionnaire about what you adore about your grandma. You can put it in a store-bought card for a homemade touch and drop it in the mail. Or, if you have your grandma nearby, invite her over for Sunday brunch and shower her with your card, questionnaire, and delicious eats.
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Beautiful Blue Tags, Cards, and 4×6’s
We love these deep-blue gift tags, cards, and 4×6’s — so unique. Most printables don’t take advantage of doing a full color splash — these are so gorgeous!! Go to the Fedex Out of Office Blog to print these out for FREE. Plus the blog has a post on small gift ideas to pair with the printouts, like a cupcake or mason jar with flowers.
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If you’d like even more FREE printable ideas for Mother’s Day, check out this post. Enjoy!