Moms love personalized gifts. Whether they’re your own mom, grandmother, or a friend, trust me, they’d love to receive a gift that is made just for them. I’ve gathered 15 genius gift ideas that you can make for Mother’s Day to share with you in this post. Let’s get into it!
Supplies you may need for your DIY Cricut Mother’s Day Gift Ideas:
blank signs- You can use round or square wood signs, or even remove items or use the back of Dollar Tree signs.
acrylic or chalk paint
If she’s like most moms, she probably saves drawings and written notes from her children or grandchildren.
With this idea, you can take any drawing or handwritten note and place them on a blank mug, tumbler, sign, t-shirt, heck, really anything you’d like to! I made a tumbler for my son’s grandmother as a birthday/Mother’s Day gift. !
This is such an easy Mother’s Day gift idea with a succulent from Walmart, a blank mug, and your Cricut. There are tons of free cut files out there that you can add to mugs. Personally, I like to create my own, but not everyone does. Mom can leave the plant in her mug forever or transplant it to a larger flowerpot as it grows and have a mug to drink from (after cleaning it really, really well ha!).
free earring cut files . Just add vinyl instead of a mirror. I do have a Cricut reverse canvas project that you can check out, I just used a stencil instead of vinyl.
here That’s it, friends! I know you found your DIY Mother’s Day Cricut Gift idea, so remember to pin the image below so you can get back to the idea later!
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