Mother’s Day Card

This Mother’s Day, give Mom some flowers she can keep for years to come. Best of all, they will include your pictures.

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You’ll Need

* Construction Paper
* Photo of You and Mom
* Glue
* Scissors
* Tempura Paint
* Pen

Directions:

Cut two equal rectangles out of different colors of construction paper. Folded in half they should be the size of your card.

Fold each of the rectangles in half to make the basic card shape.

Cut a heart shaped opening in one site of one of the cards. Make sure the opening can be completely covered by the picture of you and your mom. Glue the picture on the card so the picture side shows through the heart shaped opening.

Glue the second construction paper rectangle over the inside of the first one. Paint the inside of the child’s with tempura paint and make a hand print on one side of the inside of your Mother’s Day Card.

Write the following poem in the other side of the card.

These little hands can give a hug
Pat-a-cake or throw a ball
They put smudges on the wall
Because I’m only just so tall
They love to clap or hold your hand
Whenever you can play
But when I’m grown and far away
These little hands with you will stay

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