10 Mother's Day projects to make
Mother's Day is only 13 days away, have you got your handmade gift sorted yet? We've got lots of projects to try your hand at. Whether your craft passions lie within papercraft or baking, soft craft or crochet, there's something on this list for you.
1. Create a gift that can be treasured for years to come with Xcut's Family Tree die. Simply pop into a memory box frame once complete and display in pride of place.
Find out how to make it here.
2. If you're making a Mother's Day gift with the help of little ones, these colourful butterflies are super easy to create. Plus they can be made with pretty much any paper or cardstock.
Full instructions here.
3. If your mum enjoys a nice cuppa these small but perfectly formed coasters make a great gift. Paint using Artiste acrylic paints for that on-trend vintage look.
Find out how to make them here.
5. Chocolate brownies are always a winner. This mouth-watering bake is gluten-free - perfect for those with any food intolerances. Place into a decorated Bare Basics box, complete with personalised tag for the perfect sweet treat gift.
6. If your soft craft stash is bulging at the seams, why not try a slightly more complex make? Retro radios are all the rage at the moment and this felt tea cosy ticks all the boxes. It could even be turned into a sewing machine cover if your loved one has a passion for sewing.
How to make here.
7. Create a statement piece of jewellery using a handful of craft stash essentials. Made from baker's twine, this necklace can easily be personalised and made using their favourite colours.
How to make here.
8. Need we say anymore? These chocolate truffles will be sure to go down a treat!
Coat in cocoa, crushed nuts, freeze-dried strawberries, or coconut - the possibilities are endless!
Present in a decorated Bare Basics Nesting box and place the truffles in mini cupcake cases to create the perfect gift.
You could even go all out and decorate the inside of the box with Papier Patch papers.
9. If you're tight on crafting time then this lovely stitched keyring might just be the answer. Use a selection of ribbons to create the main body of the keyring and finish off with a complementary button.
Find out how here.
For more free projects and inspiration, make sure to keep an eye on the docrafts team inspiration page or on our community gallery where there are lots of projects uploaded daily for all craft abilities and specialties.
As an extra special gift for crafty mums out there why not treat them to a docrafts Creativity magazine subscription? Chock full of projects, inspiration and articles, plus each issue comes with cover gifts to add to your craft stash.1. Project by Aisha Green. 2. Originally published in docrafts April issue (45) of Creativity Magazine. 3. Project by Sarah Jackman-Read. Originally published in docrafts October issue (63) of Creativity Magazine. 4. Project by the docrafts team. Originally published in docrafts November issue (64) of Creativity Magazine. 5. Project by Elizabeth Atia. originally published in docrafts November issue (64) of Creativity Magazine. 6. Project by Marie Olsen. Originally published in docrafts December issue (65) of Creativity Magazine. 7. Project by Jo Boland. docrafts October issue (63) of Creativity Magazine. 8. Project by Lucy Bruns. Originally published in docrafts January issue (66) of Creativity Magazine 9. Project by Julie Kirk. Originally published in docrafts July issue (48) of Creativity Magazine 10. Project by Alix Fauvel. Originally published in docrafts April issue (57) of Creativity Magazine