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Baker mom heart card

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I thought of creating a mini series of Mother’s Day cards for jobs and hobbies moms have or activities they like to do. Our first one is a baker mom heart card.

Baker mom heart card for Mother's Day

When you think of Mother’s Day DIY cards kids can make it’s usually flower cards. We have created many of these throughout the years from this footprint flower card to this heart flower card.

The idea for this baker mom heart card came after seeing the popularity of our handy dad heart card. So we wanted to created a Mother’s Day version of that card.

Heart card for mom or grandma who loves to bake

I enjoy baking and I do it mostly during winter time when we’re stuck inside. I make bread and all kinds of cookies and cakes. Winter is gone now but with this social distancing, we’re still stuck at home or close to it, so in a way it still feels like winter isn’t over. At least I haven’t lost my baking interest yet.

Mother's day baker mom heart card

If you like baking too, I think you’ll enjoy receiving a card like this from your kids. The card can also be made for grandma. Just write “grandma” on the front pocket of the apron.

For more ideas, feel free to visit our collection of Mother’s Day crafts for kids.

Baker mom heart card

Mothers day heart card

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Baker mom heart card

How to make a baker mom heart card

The Baker Mom Heart Card template comes with two versions:

1. home template – print the template, cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding paper.

2. classroom template – print the pattern directly on colored paper and cut them out.

This way you can easily craft with just one or two kids as well as with a classroom full of students.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR HOME CRAFTING

Print out the home template, cut out the patterns. Trace the apron, straps and pocket patterns on red paper. Use the whisk, rolling pin and buttons as is.

Fold a 12”x12” beige cardstock paper in half and trace the heart, making sure to align the left side of the heart with the fold.

Glue the straps on the heart, one on each side of the heart. Glue the apron onto the heart and align the two.

apron

Add the buttons on the apron.

buttons

Add the whisk and rolling pin in the middle of the apron, with the lower ends overlapping.

whisk and rolling pin

Glue the pocket on top of the lower ends of the whisk and rolling pin.

pocket

Use the black marker to write MOM in the middle of the pocket and a sweet little message inside the card.

STEP BY STEP DIRECTIONS FOR classroom CRAFTING

Print out the classroom template on corresponding colored paper. The apron, straps and pocket are printed on red paper. Print he buttons, whisk and rolling pin on white paper. Print the heart shape on regular white paper as you will use it as a pattern.

Follow the same steps as home crafting.

Baker Mom Heart Card

Baker Mom Heart Card

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Make a beautiful baker mom heart card for Mother's Day for a mom or grandma who loves to bake.

Materials

  • Baker mom card template
  • Beige cardstock paper
  • Red and white construction paper
  • Glue
  • Black marker

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

    1. Print out the home template, cut out the patterns. Trace the apron, straps and pocket patterns on red paper. Use the whisk, rolling pin and buttons as is.
    2. Fold a 12”x12” beige cardstock paper in half and trace the heart, making sure to align the left side of the heart with the fold.
    3. Glue the straps on the heart, one on each side of the heart. Glue the apron onto the heart and align the two.
    4. Add the buttons on the apron.
    5. Add the whisk and rolling pin in the middle of the apron, with the lower ends overlapping.
    6. Glue the pocket on top of the lower ends of the whisk and rolling pin.
    7. Use the black marker to write MOM in the middle of the pocket and a sweet little message inside the card.

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