All About Mom – Free Printable for Kids to Give
If there’s one thing moms love to receive from their kids (besides maybe a hand helping out with dishes and laundry lol!), it’s cute cards and artwork. Today we’re sharing a super adorable All About Mom printable book that the kids can fill in and give to mom. This is the perfect gift for Mother’s Day or a birthday. If you’re the mom, print these worksheets out and ask someone else to help the kids fill them out so they can surprise you a truly personalized gift this year. Please continue reading below for all the details!
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Supplies you’ll need for this All About Mom gift:
To make the gift:
- Print out the All About Mom printables.
- Invite your child to fill out the questions on the All About Mom form.
- Then, invite your child to draw a picture of “Mom and me.”
- Finally, ask them to draw a bouquet of flowers. You could also glue gems, stickers, or small cupcake liners to the sheet if they’d rather not draw the flowers by hand.
- You could even frame the sheets once they’re complete!
Money and time saving tip:
We signed up for the HP Instant Ink program over a year ago and absolutely love it! They offer several different plans (such as $4.99 for 100 pages a month) and will automatically send you new cartridges before you even need them.
We are now saving SO MUCH money (and time) on ink and I don’t feel guilty about printing out new printables and playdough mats each day. If you want to check it out, ordering through our link here will give you 1 free month.
You can use just about any HP printer but we’ve been using this compact one and absolutely love it! The color is gorgeous and matches my decor (we’ll call that a win!) and the size is smaller than any printer I’ve ever owned which is great for small spaces (or living room/dining room offices).
Between HP Instant Ink and our compact printer, my printing life truly has become so much easier to print all these fun playdough mats and activity sheets we’ve been making lately.
To round the corners on printables, we recommend this corner punch. It was such a great investment and is used all the time! It works great on everything from printer paper and cardstock to laminated paper. It really takes the printables to the next level! Also, it’s nice not to have to worry about getting poked with those sharp corners.
Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day
Give mom the gift of nature with these fresh cut flowers in a glass vase.
The mixed bouquet includes: 2 White Hydrangeas, 5 Pink Roses, 3 Pink Carnations, 3 Red Carnations and 3 Israeli Ruscus Greens in a Glass Vase.
How to Access this Free All About Mom Printable:
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The kids absolutely loved this easy and fun All About Mom activity and I loved seeing their answers and artwork.
Now for all the giveaway details I promised earlier!! UPDATE: The giveaway is now closed.Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate moms. A day for making moms feel extra special and appreciated. I’ve gotten together with 25 other bloggers with the hope of doing just that for some moms this Mother’s Day. We hope to bless three moms this year (although we wish we could bless many more) with a mini spending spree to one of their favorite places. There will be THREE winners in this Mother’s Day giveaway – each winner getting to choose a gift card to the place of their choice. The choices are –
- Stitch Fix
- Hobby Lobby
Giveaway ends May 10th at 11:59pm EDT. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to email to claim prize. By entering this giveaway you will be added to the email lists of some of the participating bloggers (see the Terms & Conditions on the Rafflecopter form for the complete list).a Rafflecopter giveaway
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