It’s not easy to find a craft to make for Mother’s Day when you are a teen. Most of the crafts you will find are for little ones to make.
You want to show your mom that you care but the last thing you want to give her is a craft made of toilet paper tubes and diamond earrings aren’t in your budget. Not this decade anyway.
Here are 10 Gifts Teens Can Make for Mother’s Day that don’t involve toilet paper tubes OR diamonds. You may need a little help with one or two of them or you just might find the inspiration to create something of your own.
Show mom you care and have some fun making something at the same time.
Terrariums are STILL popular and it’s a unique way to give mom a plant. Follow this A Jar Full Terrarium Tutorial from House of Hawthornes to create a terrarium that is adorable and will sustain the plants too.
Grab some jars or old florist vases and create Faux Mercury Glass vessels for bouquets or candles from Living Well Spending Less
Heart Hotpads Tutorial from MADE
Even if you don’t use the sewing machine you can hand sew or maybe even use fabric glue to tell mom that you ♥ her.
Cloth napkins that you dye yourself will be perfect for Mother’s Day breakfast or brunch! Follow the instructions for these Double Dip Dyed Napkin Set from A Beautiful Mess and use multiple colors or create a set that is all the same color. It’s up to you.
Tell mom how you feel with a Words to Live By Pillow from iLove2Create.
Mom probably remembers string art from her own school days. Why not make this String Art from Fiskars together?
Chic, colorful and useful. Painted Handle Wood Spoons from The Country Chic Cottage
Chocolate is always a good gift. Especially homemade Chocolate Chip Bars from My Blessed Life.
And from my own blog – Easy Memory Wire Stacked Gypsy Bracelet
Make a Wood Burned Keepsake Box for Mother’s Day to store photos, jewelry and other collectibles.
I’m sure there will be something here that you want to create for mom. We love gifts that our kids make!
Remember to be safe and ask for help if you need it.