Okay, Dads! It’s your turn to step up to the plate and corral the kids for an art project. Many families are avoiding going to the store as much as possible, so this is fun and easy at-home project for Mother’s Day. See’s Candies has a downloadable coloring pages, which includes two Mother’s Day cards, two pictures of flowers and a “Best Mom” activity sheet.
We think these cards might be even more special to Mom than a store-bought one — just because the kids colored it. When you’re done being creative, just fold the card in half and it’s ready to go.
(You’ll score points, if you’re lucky enough to have some white cardstock at home for printing.)
The picture of flowers will do just fine, in the place of real ones — if you can’t make it to the florist or grocery store.
And, best of all, the activity sheet will let the kids tell mom why she’s the best in their own words.
Add a special meal or treat made by the kids and Mom will be happy!
Grab your crayons, markers and glitter pens and start coloring.
Click here for all the fun.
If you’re looking for a more traditional greeting card, but getting to the store is a challenge or maybe you’re on a budget. No need to stress, there are 145 greeting cards for printing at home or sending online for FREE — thanks to Greetings Island.
Find cards designed for every age and taste, which you can personalize with photos, stickers and text edits. Print your completed card directly from its site with a home printer. If you prefer, you can download and save the PDF to print later.
To get started, click here.
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