There’s just one week left before one of the cutest holidays of the year: Mother’s Day. you are perhaps preparing some delicious meal or dessert, a cool handmade card and a gift but I have one more idea for you – this is a gift and a decoration in one, it’s a sign. A Mother’s Day sign will not only be an amazing decoration on this day but can be used all year round because the importance of love to your mom is obvious! Let’s have a look at some projects.
Mother’s Day is almost here and Moms love it when we make them gifts, right? Well they did when we were kids, so why not continue the tradition? The author of this tutorial is a fan of Proverbs 31 and thinks that verse 28 is perfect for mothers as a reminder of how much she should be cherished and appreciated! Of course it would make a great DIY project, so read the whole tutorial.
This beautiful DIY Mother’s Day Wood Sign has a chic vintage look, first of all, due to the weathered wood frame. The inscription is made using a silhouette machine but you can create it manually if you want or if you feel creative.
Looking for a homemade Mother’s Day gift that she’ll actually want to keep for years to come? Well, look no further, my DIY friends. This pretty sign is a twist on usual hand-lettering since it can be intimidating for people who don’t love their handwriting. The author will show you an easy way to hand-paint with any font you print out on your computer without having a fancy craft cutting machine!
This cute whitewashed wooden sign is made by a mom of three boys, so the sign is decorated in the boys’ theme: with a plane, a fish and some gears, which is rather boy-like. Get inspired and go create one for your mom, boys!
Simple and plain connected wooden letters can be turned into a gorgeous sign whenever you want it. these ones were personalized with black and white family photos, which is super cute and will be definitely loved by your mom!
All of this to say that even kids can get in on this inexpensive project with a little helping hand, and it’s a DIY gift that’s actually worth saving and won’t cause tears of sadness from years of cut up family photos.