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These Adorable Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids Are Secretly Easy, Too

This year, ain’t nobody going out store-hopping to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift. But that’s cool, because chances are, a homemade token from her kids is just what Mom really wanted anyway. Plenty of parents will happily gush about how a trinket made by their kid’s tiny hands made them melt and explode all at the same time (we still haven’t been able to figure out this phenomenon, but it’s definitely a mom thing) — especially if it involves the words “I love you, Mommy” scribbled somewhere in crayon. And isn’t a melt-explosion what we’re all after, really?

Whether you’re that beloved mom’s partner or the favorite aunt who’s ready to give her kids a strong hint in the gift department, here are 10 Mother’s Day crafts for kids that are basically guaranteed to elicit happy tears. So what if you have to (slightly) bribe the kids into making them? It’ll be worth it.

1. Flower lollipops

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Image: A Beautiful Mess. A Beautiful Mess.

For moms who love a sweet treat (and a floral theme), these DIY flower lollipops are just the thing. They’re way easier to make than they look, too: this guide from A Beautiful Mess shows you how.

2. Fingerprint butterfly mug painting

Fingerprint butterfly mug painting
Image: The Best Ideas for Kids

What an easy project: All you need are plain white mugs, some paint and a finger or two to make this adorable mug.

3. Clay handprint jewelry dish

Clay Handprint Jewelry Dish
Image: Crafty Morning

Who wouldn’t want a little one’s hand-turned-clay jewelry dish? You only need three supplies for this gift — air-dry clay, a knife and a bowl — and, of course, one very tiny hand. No baking required.

Next page: DIY jewelry box

Check out these printable Mother’s Day coloring pages for more DIY kid fun.

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