Every year our school has a Mother’s Day stall. All the items for the stall are donated and many of them are handmade.
Last year I covered little boxes of soap with brown paper and ribbon.
This year I’ve made some ribbon and bead bookmarks. I made the bookmarks a couple of weeks ago but I needed a way to display them so that they could go on the stall tables. So I created some cards to attach them to.
The cards each have “Happy Mother’s Day” and “I love you Mum” printed on them. Once I printed them on white card, I cut them into strips like bookmarks and added a couple of little slots for the ribbons to slip into. I’m pretty pleased with the results!
Need some bookmarks or backing cards for Mother’s Day? Well, you can print a copy of mine. I have created PDF versions in a couple of different colours, just for you!
Have you made things for a Mother’s Day stall? Any suggestions?
Tonya is the voice behind TheCraftyMummy.com. She dabbles in lots of different crafts – patchwork, quilting, cross-stitch, scrapbooking, knitting, crochet and sewing. She also writes about blogging and social media.
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