Whether it is your mom, mother in law, friends, sister, aunts or grandmother, all the mom in your life deserved to be celebrate. What better way to celebrate the woman you love the most on Mother’s Day, then to handcraft her something straight from your heart. These DIY gift ideas are genuinely easy to make, meaning even the most novice crafter can tackle them.

Photo Candle

Celebrate your mom with one or two of our thoughtful photo candles. A heartfelt gift that can double as a centerpiece. Use a sweet picture of you and mom or one of the whole family together.

Gilded Edge Agate Coaster

Trendy agate gets a metallic accent in this surprisingly easy project. This will be a personal gift for your mom and make her remember you while use it.

Spring Flower Magnets

SOURCEGive Mom’s fridge a fresh new look with these DIY flower magnets. She’ll love using them to hang family photos, recipes or kids’ crafts.

Ponded Flower Tote

Grab a few colorful flowers from the garden and get hammering to create this nature-inspired tote. This tote bag is perfect for your mother’s groceries.

Photo Holder

Show mom what she means to you by clipping some of your favorite snapshots to a stained pine board and pinning on a handwritten note or a heart-warming printable.

Heart String Art

This will show your mother how much you love her and her presence makes your life colorful.

Blooming Monogram

Giving flowers is so last year. Instead, get creative and make these monogrammed initials that spell out “Mom” in bright blooms.

Mother’s Day Collage Sign

A collection of photos will make your mother will remember the best moments that have happened. This will bring happiness as she sees this collage.

Marbled Clay Ring Dish

Twist multiple shades of oven-bake clay into a rope before rolling out a ball and shaping your bowl to ensure the jewelry dish’s marbleized effect. The best jewelry place your mother can have.

Deck Card

For a truly heartfelt gift, brainstorm 52 reasons you love your mom and glue one reason to each card in a full deck.

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