I decided the other day to make a printable card that my daughter can color and my husband can help her fill it out. My husband is the best dad and husband but not really that creative, so I thought I would throw him a bone and help him out. I know my daughter will want to make me something for Mother’s Day but he won’t really know where to start. So this kills two birds with one stone.
It’s pretty simple actually. There are two versions for different stages kids may be in. Both cards have a black and white cover that can be colored by the child. Then simple fold along the dotted lines for a cute folded card. It’s simple but can hold so much love inside.
1. Fill In The Blank & Drawing
3. Writing Prompt & Drawing
Now all you have to do is print it out and let your kids create a beautiful Mother’s Day card she can cherish for ever. Its the thought that counts, right?
DIY Butterfly Painted Vases for Mother’s Day from Crafty Mama in ME
Board Books about Moms from The Jenny Evolution
Breakfast for Mom made by Kids from The Moments at Home
Mother’s Day for Outdoorsy Moms from FrogMom
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