Download our free printable fingerprint Mothers Day cards for kids to make with a bouquet design and make a gorgeous keepsake mom will love!
There are six different card template designs that you can download so you can decide if you would like to color in the card yourself or choose our pre-colored in version that’s ready to print and go.
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Fingerprint Mothers Day Cards
I think that homemade Mother’s Day cards are the best kind and they make brilliant keepsakes too, I know that I’ve kept the cards that my kids have made over the years and you could even gift this card with a photo frame so that it could be displayed permanently later.
Fingerprinting is a really popular activity for kids and one that they normally really enjoy no matter if they are preschoolers, toddlers or in school. I know that my nine year old still loves finger painting sometimes so this is definitely a craft that would suit kids of all ages.
Fingerprint Mothers Day Card Designs
There are six different card templates that you can download so that you can pick your favorite.
Just choose to print the one you like the most or if you are making these in a classroom, preschool or kindergarten then you might want to print out all the designs.
- Black and white flower stems with a bow
- Colored flower stems with a black and white bow
- Colored flower stems with a pink bow
- Black and white flower stems with a bow and ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ underneath
- Colored flower stems with a black and white bow and ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ underneath
- Colored flower stems with a pink bow and ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ underneath
- Your fingerprint Mothers Day card template printed on to white cardstock
- Plate or tray
- Cloth or wipes
- Marker pen or pencil
How To Make Your Mothers Day Cards
Print your template onto white cardstock. You can use white printer paper for this if that’s what you have available but card stock means that it is less likely to rip and is able to stand up and be displayed better.
Pour some paint onto a plate or tray so that it can be easily accessed and then dip your finger into it.
Pink and red paint is great for this craft but go with whatever color your child likes, I know that I’d be just as happy to receive blue or green fingerprints from my kids.
Carefully place your finger onto the card to create flower shapes. You can do fingerprints in a circle to make flower petals or make two slanted fingerprints at the top of each stem to create a heart shape.
I would highly recommend keeping a cloth or some wipes to hand while creating these cards. While I’m sure you’ll be asking your child to wash their hands properly after painting I also know from experience that stuff happens!
Once the paint is dry on your card you can fold it in half and write a message inside it.
More Mothers Day Craft Ideas
Our flower pot handprint Mothers Day card also comes with several designs so that you can choose your favorite and they’re all free to download too.
If your child loves coloring then why not check out this Mother’s Day card template with a fun 3D design.
Grab the scissors and glue and check out our round up of Mother’s Day crafts for toddlers and preschoolers with lots of simple DIY gift ideas that kids can make for this special day.
How To Get Your Free Mothers Day Card Templates
Click the appropriate link below to get the right sized card for you. Please note that these cards are for personal use only or for use in schools or preschools.
Mothers Day Cards For Kids
- Plate or tray
- Cloth or wipes
- Black marker
- Mothers Day card template
- White cardstock
- Print the card template you would like to use onto white cardstock
- Pour some paint onto a plate or tray
- Dip your finger into the paint and then use it to make fingerprints on your card
- When the paint is dry fold your card in half and write a message inside