Don't panic. Mother's Day is right around the corner, but even the most craft-averse children can make these quick gifts.
Make Mom into a Queen with a handmade crown.
All you need is construction paper, scissors, some flair (glitter, pom-poms, crayons), and instructions from The Chocolate Muffin Tree.
Turn a trace of your child's hand into a sign language "I love you" card.
Two sheets of construction paper, glue, and scissors help make the perfect Mother's Day card.
Full instructions found here.
If Mom has a sweet tooth, try this lollipop bouquet.
A celery rose by any other name would smell as sweet (and now you can't eat it, oh darn!)
Dip a cut off celery stalk into red paint for a unique Mother's Day card. Coat in glitter and heartfelt sentiment and you're done! According to Maureen Cracknell Handmade bunches of leafy lettuce will also work.