Today’s free Mother’s Day printable is being shared Deanna. Get the Mother’s Day vase template below and then share the drawing and writing prompts with the kids or your students. It makes a lovely handmade card idea with a space for a handwritten note.
Printable Mother’s Day Vase Card Idea for Kids
Mother’s Day has been my favorite holiday for a few years now. Not because I get to take the day off from cleaning and cooking and not because I get showered with gifts. I love Mother’s Day because it is the one day of year that I am reminded how extra lucky I am to be a mom.
I am lucky to have a daughter who makes me the luckiest woman in the world. Even though I don’t NEED presents, I know my child will hand me something with a huge, proud smile on her face. If possible, I will keep it forever. While I do love receiving fresh flowers, they are difficult to keep forever. I want the presents that I can look at years later and reminisce of her younger days.
The kind of presents that make my heart melt with joy over my children. I love receiving gifts just like this beautiful Mother’s Day vase drawing where kids can use the vase template to design their own card.
Mother’s Day Drawing and Writing Prompts
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Get the vase template here → Card Template
Start by printing the vase templates. There are two. The first is a blank vase and the second is a vase with lines across it.
Start by cutting out the blank vase template. Children can decorate as they wish. My daughter drew hearts on it.
The next step is to work on the other page. We used an ink pad with variety of colors on it. My daughter pressed her finger on the ink pad and then onto the second page (the vase with the writing lines). She put fingerprints in various spots of the paper, above the vase.
Next, she drew flowers around the fingerprints and stems going down into the vase.
Once finished, she wrote a note to me on the lines provided for writing. Handwritten notes are the sweetest, aren’t they?
Finish the card by taking the first vase with the designs drawn on and bending a strip about a centimeter wide along the top of it. Then all you have to do is glue the top of it to the same spot on the full page. This way the recipient can lift it up to find the handwritten note.