The Perfect Homemade Mother’s Day Gift From Children to Mom – Free Printable Bookmarks & Foldable Card!

Want to know what to make for your Mom out of paper and that's it? Try these simple homemade Mother's Day gifts (bookmarks & cards) from child to Mom!

Bookmarks and quick and easy foldable, printable (and free!) cards for Mother's Day are a great choice for a craft for any age child to make for Mother's Day.

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In a hurry? Go ahead and grab the bookmarks:

Free Mother's Day Bookmarks & Card - great for kids of any age!

And now on to the printable Mom's Day bookmarks & Card! 

Such a simple gift, but a bookmark is a great idea for many reasons. 

These bookmarks are designed for a Mom who loves to read:

  1. Can be personalized for the receiver,
  2. Aren't insanely expensive (hint: teachers! ..or librarians!),
  3. Can be easily printed at home or school,
  4. Can double as a creative gift tag for a gift or to hang on the flower vase,
  5. Encourage reading!

I hope you enjoy these easy free Mother's Day cards ideas - great for teachers! 

These bookmark designs, handmade, are in .pdf format so that you can print as you like or download for easy access. Just CLICK HERE to enter your e-mail and I'll zip it over to you!

More ideas I found on YouTube for your Mother's Day gift!

Don't worry - I did all the research for you, and found these super-cute videos filled with more Mother's Day DIY creation ideas. 🙂 The first video has a really sweet pop-up flower card you could make with your child.  Enjoy!

Maybe these videos will help stir some ideas for bookmarks, cards or other Mother's Day gift ideas!

Once you decide what to make, let us know how it went in the comments below! Have fun and Happy Mother's Day!


P.S. Don't forget to grab those fun free printable homemade Mother's Day gift bookmarks and cards for kids! 🙂   CLICK HERE and they are yours!

Remember, they can be a great gift, something to pass out, or bookmarks to make with your kids at home.

I'd love some feedback! Let me know how these worked for you in the comments below! 

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