Unique DIY Mother's Day Cards That Are Easy to Make

 
Mother's day is right around the corner and that means trying to find the perfect card to show your appreciation. This week I talked to my mom more than usual and it made me realize how much I need her and how under appreciated moms are at times. My mom is so incredibly giving and her support is endless. I spend quite a bit of time picking out the perfect card and sometimes I can't find one. I'll literally spend 30 minutes to an hour searching through card after card and nothing will catch my attention. 

Diy cards are the perfect solution because nothing is more personal than a handmade gift. If you have children, this could be a fun activity to do with them. Let me know in the comment section below which one is your favorite! 



When I hear the word "origami" I initially think, "oh this isn't for me, I'll stick to making paper planes". Thankfully, this DIY is user friendly and is achieved in a few simple folds. Once you open the card, pretty little hearts fall out and your sweet message is revealed. Read it here



Lovely Indeed always creates the cutest DIY's and this one doesn't disappoint. This is a super easy diy and you probably have most of the materials at home. Experiment with different colored paper to create a pretty contrast. Check it out here




If you want to really step up your creativity game, this DIY tests out your painting skills. No worries, there are no rules as to how you paint your flowers. Markers are used to add lines and dots to add details to each flower. Learn how to make this pretty Diy here. 





This precious DIY by Design Soul is definitely going to bring a smile to a mother's face! I love cards that use different mediums and are 3D. Definitely check out her website to see how she incorporates pom poms with different illustrations! 




This cute DIY is simple and quick to make if you're in a hurry to make a card. Grab your favorite paper and using a heart shaped punch, punch out as many hearts as you need to write your message on. For the rest of the details on this DIY, check out the post here

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