Mother's Day Pieces Card

Mothers Day Card Front


You will need:
White Card Stock
Colored Construction Paper
Black Marker

You [and your preschooler] will do:
Cut a piece of card stock down to 5 x 11 inches then fold it into a Zig Zag.
Have your preschooler cut a rectangle out of construction paper and rip a bunch of construction paper into pieces. Using your black marker write on the card as is shown in the picture, with a heart on the last square of the card. Write "I love you" onto the rectangle and have your preschooler glue it on. Your preschooler will then glue the pieces of construction paper on to the front of the card, and in the center of the heart. Fold up and tie yarn around it to keep it closed. Then... give to MOM!
*If your preschooler can write on their own, have them do all the writing:)


Deborah said...

This is adorable!

BlueCat said...

Too cute! Thanks for the idea.

GianneCurry said...
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GianneCurry said...

We did a sweet version of this this morning---thanks for the idea!! cowsgomooandducksgoquack.blogspot.com has a few pictures of this sweet homemade project made with egg shells. Love your blog btw.

Gianne at cowsgomooanducksgoquack.blogspot.com

Kayla said...

Just came across your blog this morning. My 2 year old is making this for Father's Day. I'm loving your blog! Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!

Allie said...

Found this card on Pinterest. LOVE it. I will definitely be doing it with my kindergarteners next week! Also, your blog is great!!! So glad I found it. :) I featured you on my blog this week! Come check it out and grab a button if you like :) http://missloviecreations.blogspot.com/2012/05/my-favorite-things-thursday-and.html

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This simple card says so much! Love it!

Anneka said...

My daughter just had a great time making these cards for her grandpas and her dad for Father's Day. We just cut a piece of card stock in half so we could get two cards out of one paper. The measurements were then 4.25x11 and they looked great! Thank you for sharing this super cute idea!

Cindy deRosier said...

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If you have other kid friendly crafts, we'd love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a wonderful project idea!

Julia Lee said...

Thank you for your creative design. I am using it for Sunday school 3-5years old group.
Easy preparation but Adorable result!