Mother’s day craft-that my husband did with my son!

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I have been busy(with life and other projects and activities) and a little preoccupied with some other things going on in my life, so doing a mother’s day craft with the boys for myself has not been high on my list.  We had family over this past Sunday and gave out mother’s day gifts and card’s we bought this year.  My husband was keeping the boys for an hour or 2 today for me.  I asked him if I print a color sheet out for mother’s day would he want to do that with the boys, and he said sure.  I came across this super easy and cute craft when looking for the color sheets and he did this with my oldest son while I was out today.  Love my boys!  This is what they did.

This link gives you the template you need to print http://dltk-holidays.com/mom/mmomframe.html.
Cut out the template and get a picture(these are some extras we had) of the kids and glue it on and glue the I and MOM on to the heart.  Simple and very cute!  My heart was happy to see they worked on it while I was gone today.  Hope you can have fun with this craft.  It would also be great for grandma’s, maybe just use a marker and write in grandma on the heart?

What they used.

The one they made, cute and simple!!!!

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We were asked to share this craft on Plain Vanilla Mom’s blog, click the link http://www.plainvanillamom.com/2012/05/mothers-day-gifts-butterfly-footprints.html to see other great mother’s day ideas.

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