I do love handmade cards from the kids. I’ve tried to save most of them, because I know I won’t get homemade Mother’s Day cards forever. I just love ’em.
We made embroidered cards similar to this for Valentine’s Day this year…so it only seemed sensible to change up the pictures a bit and make some Mother’s Day cards, too. I even did a whole video on how to make them:
Embroidered Mother’s Day Cards:
So for Mother’s Day, I’d do the same thing, except replace my hearts with:
- colorful zigzags or chevron patterns across the top and bottom
- “Mom” spelled in block letters, or cursive, or other fancy ways
You can find the original Valentine card tutorial here. It’s a great project for kids who are old enough to just start sewing.
For more card ideas, try one of these:
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