DIY & Printable Mother’s Day Cards

Today I am happy to share 15+ DIY & Printable Mothers Day Cards!

Print or Make Your Own Mothers Day Cards

Mother’s Day is right around the corner! Are you ready? It seems even when I plan ahead in my mind, I always seem to wait until the last minute and that is never a good idea! Although my Mama is not physically present with me anymore, I still have some very special ‘mothers’ in my life and I love to celebrate them on this day! Being a somewhat crafty person, I love a good homemade or DIY present and card. But why re-invent the wheel, when someone else has created something and encouraged YOU to create the same thing! :-) I think I have found the best DIY & Printable Mother’s Day Cards ever! Some of my most crafty blogger friends are sharing some adorable ideas and have FREE printables!! This will make it so much easier…even when I wait till the last moment!

Easy peasy lemon squeezy: Print this Mother’s Day card on some card stock, tie it up with decorative twine, and call it a day.

Simple As That Blog has some adorable downloadable Mother’s Day journaling filler cards, too.

Want more? See: printable Mother’s Day cards over at the Minted Strawberry Blog, and more printable cards (pictured in collage above) from Living Locurto.

Feel like getting even craftier? Try these DIY Mother’s Day Cards:

I’m absolutely in love with this gorgeous geometric heart card. You could do any shape, like a flower, star, diamond, or something random. Use card stock, or stamps, or even a photograph. So. Many. Ideas.

Lovely Clusters Blog hand cut everything for this flowery Mother’s Day Card, but you could just as easily use punches! It would take way less time. I like this Martha Stewart craft/stamp set.

Hungry? Why wait? Have the kids make a Mother’s Day Card using celery. For real.

This adorable folding card from Elli.com can be used as a stand alone card, or a gift card holder/card combo.

Want to get fancy without tons of extra work? Make a crepe paper flower card. You can combine colors, make a rainbow flower, and even use stamps or other cutters to make the card unique.

Remember Mom and Grandma this Mother’s Day, with these Mother’s Day Questionaire printables from The Crafting Chicks. I also really like the handprint poem printable. I remember doing those in school, ages ago!

If you’re awesome enough to own a Cricut or similar, try your hand at these easy Mother’s Day cards, or make the most adorable mini love note!

A hug from Mom might be all you need to enjoy this Mother’s Day!

If you’re fortunate enough to have a Mom, be sure to give her an extra hug next time you see her. Happy Mother’s Day! <3