Teenagers can surprise their mothers by making some easy yet creative crafts on Mother's Day. Check out teenager craft ideas for Mother's Day.
Craft Ideas For Teenagers
The gifts given by children to their moms on Mother's Day are always special to every mom. But nothing can be more precious than the gift made by the child. It will reflect the love & affection, which you have, for your mom. So, make your mom feel special on this Mother's Day, by presenting her the gifts made by your own hands. Before starting to make the gift, keep in mind the needs & liking of your mom. Below we have given some ideas which almost every mom will love, and teenagers can easily make gift for this Mother's Day using these tips. Whichever idea you choose, it is guaranteed that she would love it.
Teenagers Craft Ideas For Mother's Day
- Bead Kit
- Long Nose Pliers
- String included crimp bead to one end of the wire, then add lobster claw. Loop end of wire back through crimp bead. Use long nose pliers to squeeze crimp bead and secure lobster claw.
- Trim excess wire & String beads on wire. String crimp bead on end.
- Add jump ring. Squeeze jump ring closed with pliers.
- String back through crimp bead.
- Squeeze crimp bead to secure jump ring. Trim.
- Baby food jar
- Glitter glue in different colors
- Oval jewels (flat on back side)
- White glue, like Elmer's
- Put a puddle of glitter glue on jar. Push a jewel into puddle.
- Repeat using different colors of glitter glue to attach jewels. Let dry.
- Using a paintbrush, brush glue to cover the jar sides from right below the jar threads and around the jewels.
- Sprinkle with glitter. Let dry.
- Tie ribbon around the jar threads if desired.
- Insert a votive candle and display or give as a gift.
- Sturdy fabric with pretty pattern, 14” x 8”
- Colorful button to match fabric
- Thread to match fabric
- Needle or sewing machine
- Permanent fabric glue
- Cut fabric into two pieces, 9” x 8” and 5” x 8”.
- Lay 9” piece of fabric right side up on table. Lay 5” piece of fabric right side down on top of larger piece of fabric. Line up bottom to bottom (8” side) on one end and glue the edges together (right sides together) with a thin strip of glue.
- Now that the 8" ends are glued together, flip the fabric over so the wrong sides are facing up. For the non-glued 8" ends, fold the edge of the fabric over so that 1/2inches or less of the right side of the fabric is folded over the wrong side of the fabric. Glue on the inside of the fold to create finished edges.
- With wrong sides still facing up, glue a seam along both long sides. All edges should now have seams.
- With fabric laying wrong side up, take smaller end (5” x 8”) and fold it up and glue the wrong sides of the smaller and larger pieces together to complete the formation of the bag.
- Fold long top flap (9” x 8”) down until it meets the top of the bag, glue the complete inside the flap so wrong sides are stuck together.
- Use scissors to cut a button hole in the center of the flap.
- Fold flap over the bag and use a pen or pencil to make a dot through the hole and onto the bag fabric for placement of the button.
- Sew button securely onto front of bag.
- Sew edges of button hole to keep them from fraying.
- Close bag and secure button through hole.