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Mother's Day Crafting: Blogger Edition
Unique Arts and Crafts for Mothers Day
By: Caley Walsh
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Homemade gifts come with that extra special touch, demonstrating the effort it took to create a gift just right for the recipient. Quality time can also be a wonderful gift. This mothers day, why not give time and a homemade gift by engaging in some arts and crafts for mothers day with your Mom? She can keep her own creations or share with other family members and friends. Whether she prefers jewelry, paper craft or home décor, find just the thing in this collection of arts and crafts for mothers day. When is mothers day you ask? Mothers day is Sunday, May 10.
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Included in this collection of craft ideas for mothers day are great craft projects for hosting a party or meal for mom. Send out homemade invitations for mothers day from this craft collection or host a tea party with mothers day tea invitations. We have three different tea party invite projects perfect for the occasion. Even if it’s just you and mom for afternoon tea, send her a mothers day tea invitation to make her feel special. Decorate with some of these craft ideas for mothers day, such as a lasting tissue paper bouquet or fabric topiary. These projects are fun, inexpensive and will make your mom feel like the belle of the ball. She deserves it!
Table of Contents: Arts and Crafts for Mothers Day
Before we share our great craft ideas, you might want to hear about the origin of mothers day. You can share the interesting story as you craft with mom. The origin of mothers day stretches as far back as the ancient Greeks who held an annual spring festival honoring Rhea, great mother of the gods. Early Christians celebrated Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, during the Mother’s Festival on the 4th Sunday of Lent. In the 16th century, Christian sects in England expanded “Mothering Sunday” to include a celebration of all mothers. Now, mothers day falls on a different date in most of Europe than in America.
The origin of mothers day as a nationally- recognized secular celebration can be credited to one woman, Anna Jarvis. After the death of her mother, Anna organized a memorial service for her as a mothers day observance and began campaigning for a national mothers day. She succeeded and in 1914 Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the second Sunday in May as a national holiday for mothers. Later in her life, Anna campaigned against the commercialization of mothers day and the tradition of sending store-bought greeting cards and/or candy. She felt that people were not truly making the effort to honor their mothers. By doing arts and crafts for mothers day, you will actually be honoring the wishes of the founder.
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