In our very blended family we have nine grandmas/great grandmas/great great grandmas to give to. Each holiday I am always on the search for simple gift ideas that aren't too time consuming since we make nine versions of everything. I stumbled across an idea similar to this on Pinterest and decided to mix it up a little bit and make it our own! Here are the steps we took to make our Mother's Day signs. The black and white photos are courtesy of my 4-year old....he accidentally had the b/w setting turned on when he took the pictures...oops!
Items you will need:
-Washable paint in your choice of colors
-White Paper (we used butcher paper because I have a giant roll of it, but construction paper would work too)
The project is pretty self-explainable. Here are some pictures we took showing each of the steps.
If you are anything like me, most of my projects are easy, simple and last minute. I hope this helps out if you are looking for a last minute Mother's Day project to send to grandmas! I'd love to hear if you try this project, or what you think in the comments below. Have a great day!
Natalie Hodson is a mom of two showing how to balance family, fitness, and a healthy lifestyle. www.nataliehodson.com