Mother’s Day is the perfect time of the year to show mom how much you love her. These Mother’s Day handprint gifts will melt mom’s heart and put a big smile on her face.
What better gift to give mom or grandma than a gift made by the little hands of her kid or grandkid? She will keep and cherish it forever. Especially as those little hands grow up so fast.
For some easier ideas, you can also check out these 15 Mother’s Day handprint cards.
My 5-year old’s preschool teacher is a very creative person. She comes up with all sorts of amazing crafts for the kids to make. Among others, they celebrate each month with a special handprint craft.
When Mother’s Day comes, I receive all those lovely handprints gathered up in a nice folder. I really look forward to this special gift.
This inspired me to put together a collection of adorable Mother’s Day handprint gifts that kids can make for their mothers and grandmothers.
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Mother’s Day handprint gifts
Handprint mason jar vase – This is such a thrifty yet cute gift that teachers can make in the classroom with their students. Keep in mins that because the mason jar is painted on the inside and has the handprint on the outside, it’s not water safe. But these days you can find artificial flowers that look incredibly realistic.
Handprint potholders – These potholders are another simple project to tackle in the classroom. Use white potholders so the handprints can stand out. Add flowers or butterflies around the handprints. Hearts are a nice elements to add, too.
Handprint apron – If mom or grandma has a green thumb, make her an adorable garden apron. If not, make her an apron to use in the kitchen. She spends there a lot of her time, I’m sure. You can use fabric paint to ensure that mom or grandma will have the apron for years. Otherwise, you can surprise her every year with another apron with a new design.
Handprint bowl keepsake – If you enjoy crafting with salt dough, this is a project for you. This handprint dish is perfect for mom to keep rings or keys. I personally love to make and receive practical gifts.
Handprint bookmarks – These bookmarks are so easy to make. All you need is green craft sticks and foam for the handprints and leaves. If you don’t find green craft sticks, you can paint some and wait only after the paint has dried to add the flowers. A super cute gift you can make in 10 minutes.
Handprint tote bags – You can never have enough tote bags. Moms use them to go grocery shopping or to get books from the local library. Check out the tutorial to find handprint design ideas for different ages.
Handprint tulip towels – If you need a budget gift idea for mom or grandma, look no further than these flower dish towels. Use fabric paint so the towels can be washed without loosing the little one’s handprint.
Handprint flower pot – I not only love the flowerpot itself but also the paper flower with the kid’s face in the middle. What a brilliant idea to brighten up mum’s special day.
Mommy has my heart platter – Make a beautiful platter at a local ceramic studio or use ceramic paint at home. Make a platter for grandma too: “Grandma has my heart”
Handprint mug – Apply the handprint, have the kids’ write their name and boom! you have a beautiful mug to give to mom, grandma or auntie for Mother’s Day. Make sure to check out the tutorial to know how to properly coat the mugs.
Handprint keychain – Have you used shrink plastic before? If not, I’m sure this project will get you hooked on it. Kids will love using it too.
Handprint oven mitt – If the kids enjoy baking with mom, this is a perfect gift to remind them of their special bind in the kitchen, over cooking baing.
Love U handprint wall decor – With the free printable and an adorable frame, this gift will be exactly what mom needs.
Heart handprint canvas for grandma – If you have several kids, they can each pick a paint color for their handprints.
Handprint photo frame – Such an easy handprint gift to make with toddlers and preschoolers.