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I’ve always loved Mother’s Day and think it’s such a beautiful time of year. It’s a special day to celebrate moms, guardians, and loved ones in our lives. One of my favorite things as a mom has always been receiving homemade cards and gifts from my son. There’s something so special about the love and thoughtfulness that goes into a handmade card. With these coloring pages you can say Happy Mother’s Day and create your own special mother’s day handmade card. There are a few fun themes to choose from that will make the best card or gift for mom.
Some of these designs are more simple and easy for little hands and fingers, while others have more detailed artwork and will take time and focus to color. Pick one or all four to print and use! Everyone will enjoy these fun coloring pages. You can even frame your finished page once it’s done for a unique gift.
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Free Mother’s Day Coloring Pages
Rainbow Coloring Page for Mother’s Day
The first coloring page option is a beautiful printout of a rainbow and this sweet message to mama. Younger and older kids will love coloring the special message and rainbow as they get ready for Mother’s Day. This coloring page is such the perfect way to show moms that they are the best mom!
Print and glue this page to a piece of colored construction paper to make a colorful card. Instead of gluing it to colored paper, you can also give it as is. Mothers will love it no matter what.
Flower Bouquet Coloring Page for Mother’s Day
Whether you are gifting mom real flowers or not, she will love this vase full of flowers colored by a loved one. Just print it out and color it any way you would like. Add pops of color to the flowers and get creative. Every mother deserves her own bouquet of flowers. This is also a great activity to do WITH mom because coloring together is so much fun.
Memories made together are always one of mom’s favorite things. If a child is completing this coloring page, have them write some of mom’s favorite things on the back to show how much they know about her. It’s a fun activity that changes year after year and is fun to look back on.
Bird Coloring Page with Flower House for Mothers Day
Click Here to DOWNLOADIf you’re looking for a more complex coloring page, this beautiful floral house and bird coloring page is for you. This is a great adult coloring page that would also be fun for teenagers to color in as well as the design is more intricate. You can cut-out the finished house and clue it onto card stock to create a beautiful finished Mother’s Day handmade card.
Happy Mother’s Day Flowers Coloring Page
Looking for a simple design to use as a Mother’s Day card? This design shows some pretty flowers around a classic message to mom. Use it as a card or a colorful decoration for the house. It pairs nicely with a bouquet of flowers or a box of chocolates too.
Grab these free printable mother’s day coloring pages for something fun to do this May. They are great for kids and adults who love to color. If you teach, they make great handmade cards for kids to gift to their moms, aunts, grandmas, guardians, and loved ones. Everyone will love these mother’s day printables. Just print on regular paper or colored paper depending on your needs.
What are the Best Tools to Use for Coloring?
The type of coloring tool you use for these coloring pages depends on your personal preferences. I personally love using colored pencils when coloring fun pages. I use Prismacolor pencils. Kids may do better using crayons, while adults prefer colored pencils. Print off several copies to let little kids color several versions and to have extra if you make mistakes.
Another fantastic coloring tool are Alcohol Markers. They color very nicely and blend well. I don’t recommend these with small children, but if you enjoy coloring yourself they are so satisfying to use and also a hit among older children (ages 10+).
When choosing your paper to print on, I recommend using cardstock because it provides a thick and smooth surface for all mediums. Whether you are using crayons, colored pencils, or alcohol markers, the colored won’t blend or soak through the paper like they might with regular paper.
Show Moms How Much You Care
Mother’s Day is not only a day to celebrate the people who took care of us growing up, but a day to thank them for everything. Mothers are a huge part of our lives and do so much for us. They raise us for years, teach us life lessons, provide for us, and smother us with love. Grab these printable Mother’s Day cards as a way to show your special mom how much you care.