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Make these quick and easy crafts with your offspring for Mother's day. These can be handmade for Mom or Grandma!

Flower Pens for Mom

Is your mom continually looking for a pen about the house, and can't find one? Well make this pen and she'll spot it right away!

What You'll Need

? Bic Pen (ball point)

? silk flower

? flower-patterned foam

? low temp hot glue gun

? flower-patterned tape

? paint or markers

? small scribbling pad or Post-It pads

? small to form sized terra cotta pot

How To Do It

Note: Adult supervision is desirable when using a glue gun.

1. Start by decorating the flower pot. Have the child be creative! They can use gaudy designs or patterns. Have them use paint or markers. Let dry while you move on to the next step.

2. Amputate the cover from the pen and set aside.

3. Elect a nice big silk flower - sunflowers and carnations work well! Pop the silk flower off of its stem. Put a dab of glue on the end of the pen, and push the flower on to the end, right into the glue. Hold in place for about 30 seconds to secure.

4. Use flowery tape to wrap over the seam of the flower and the end of the pen. Go on wrapping all the way down to the tip. The flower-patterned tape will adhere advance if you give it a delicate tug as you are pulling it.

5. After the pot is dry, add a small piece of flower-patterned foam to the core of the pot (about 2"x2"), securing it with the glue gun. Then add a small dab of glue to the pen cover and push into base of foam.

6. Slide the pen into the cover, and surround with a few pieces of paper or post it note pads.

Fingerprint Flower Frame

This is a memorable reminder for mom. She will show it off with pride!

What You'll Need

? 4 large made of wood craft sticks

? washable paints

? markers

? white glue

? enticement strip

? consider of child

How To Do It

1. Start by laying out the 4 impassive craft sticks. Coordinate them to form the frame and glue together.

2. Paint the child's fingertip, and then press onto the craft stick to form a fingerprint. Duplicate this more than a few times, flashing insignia if you wish. Make sure to leave an adequate amount space in concerning each fingerprint to adorn the plants with petals, etc.

3. Have the child write a communication to mom on part of the brushwood if desired!

4. Wash hands and let brushwood dry.

5. When the craft firewood are dry, have the child use markers to beautify the fingerprints. Add petals, stems and leaves. Be sure to leave at least one fingerprint to make a forthcoming human being like a butterfly or ladybug!

6. Add your child's name and date to the back of the frame.

7. Adhere the conceive of to the back of the frame and add a piece of captivating strip so mom can hang on the fridge!

Pam Lester is the owner and architect of http://www. TheIdeaBox. com. The site offers free kids crafts, recipes, games and tricks for parents, teachers and caregivers. Choose visit TheIdeaBox. com for more great ideas!


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