Let’s make a beautiful handmade Mother’s Day card for mom!
Use coloring pages of flowers to make mom a beautiful handmade Mother’s Day card. She will want to put your card on display in a frame.
Make mom a beautiful handmade Mother’s Day card using coloring pages and construction paper. This craft is perfect for kids of all ages and you probably have everything you need at home to make it.
How to make a handmade Mother’s Day card
We are going to show you how to resize coloring pages, and then turn them into a beautiful greeting card. Mom will love this card so much that she’ll want to put it in a frame.
Supplies needed to make our Mother’s Day cards
- Pretty flower coloring pages
- Construction paper
- White card stock
- Colored pencils, markers, paint, or crayons
- Glue stick
We think these coloring pages would be perfect for this handmade card craft too:
- Spring flower coloring pages
- Love coloring pages
- I love you mom coloring pages
- Flower zentangle coloring pages
Instructions for making our Mother’s Day cards
The first step in making our Mother’s Day cards is to print out our free flower coloring pages.
You will need to print your coloring pages much smaller to attach them to a handmade card. To do this you need to adjust your printer settings like I did in the image above. I chose four coloring pages to print and then printed the ‘multiple’ images onto one sheet of paper.
Print your black and white coloring pages onto white card stock.
Cut out your coloring pages and then color them in using pencils, markers, paint, or crayons.
Fold your construction paper in half and cut it a little larger than the coloring page. Glue the coloring page to the front of your card.
Our finished handmade Mother’s Day card
- Coloring pages
- Construction paper
- Coloring pencils, markers, paint, or crayons
Print your coloring pages on card stock making sure to resize them in your printer settings so that you can print 2 or 4 to a page.
Cut out your coloring pages and color them in.
Fold a piece of construction paper in half and then cut it into a card shape making it a little larger than the coloring page.
Glue your coloring page to the front of the card.
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Have you made mom a handmade Mother’s Day card? Which coloring page did you use?