Mothers Day Centerpiece

With Mothers Day coming up in a few weeks I wanted to make something simple and pretty. I love flowers and consider them a must for my Mother’s Day each year.  Honestly what woman doesn’t love fresh flowers in their home?

To do this easy Mother’s Day craft, you’ll need the following supplies:

  • Mason Jars- as many or few as you want to use. I chose 16oz. wide-mouth canning jars.
  • Twine
  • Construction paper
  • Letter Stickers (hand writing is a fun way to make this craft more personal)
  • Fresh Flowers
  • Decorative Tray
  • Hole Punch
  • Scissors

Just below the beveling of the jar, wrap the twine around the neck. In the above picture, I found 5 times to be sufficient; but wrap yours as many as you want.  Don’t forget to leave extra twine to tie the tags.

Cut out three rectangles of cardboard, use these to act as tags for each jar. I chose to write  “Happy Mothers Day,”  with one word per card.  Punch a hole and tie to the jars with the extra twine.

As I will be using my centerpiece several times between now and Mother’s Day, I used wildflowers.  These are gorgeous and my mother’s favorite. On Mothers’ Day I’m sure I’ll be getting the roses I adore from my husband and kids.

This centerpiece is reusable, just cut off the tags or leave the knot loose enough to untie.  Then create summer, holiday, or birthday centerpieces!

What do you think?