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Last Updated on March 16, 2023 by Chris Butler
Hi Crafty Friends, today we’re looking at Cricut Mother’s Day crafts. Mom’s special day is coming soon, so if you’re looking for gift ideas, cards, keepsakes, or even Mother’s Day brunch ideas, I’ve got you covered!
Honor the special women in your life; give them a gift with a personal touch and ditch the store-bought gift this year. They’re going to love it!
Let’s kick this list off right with my free SVG file! You can use this World’s Best Mom cut file on everything from window decals to t-shirts.
If you’re looking for another free SVG to honor mom, check out this mom heart file from Artsy Fartsy Mama.
“MOM! Can we…?” Fill in the blank. The answer will always be maybe until there’s enough caffeine in my system. This awesome SVG from Albion Gould perfectly sums up mom life.
Need a few different designs to craft with? This SVG bundle from DesignBundles.net has so many to choose from for all of your Cricut Mother’s Day crafts! From tote bags to t-shirts to water bottles, there are plenty of unique designs to go around.
Whether you use this SVG from Brooklyn Berry Designs for a gift or keep it for yourself, it’s sure to get a laugh. Being a mom is rewarding for sure, but definitely not easy!
Do you have a boy mom in your life? This SVG from Jessica at Everyday Party might be just the right design for you.
Let’s double down on the caffeine! Angie Holden from the Country Chic Cottage knows what’s up with this free file. What a perfect gift for the new moms!
Another awesome bundle for all the DIY Mother’s Day gifts. If you’ve hopped on the sublimation bandwagon, I’m sure you’ll love these great sublimation designs.
This Best Mom Ever mug tutorial from The Best Vinyl Cutters is an awesome project idea if you’re also looking for instructions on how to set up your Cricut mug press for the very first time! These instructions will have you up and running in no time!
This infusible ink wine bag is a great Mother’s Day gift. There are so many infusible ink designs to choose from. Put mom’s favorite colors on the outside of the bag and then choose a nice red or white for the inside! 😉
And of course, to go with the wine, you’ve got to have chocolate! This paper flower candy holder is such a simple way to utilize your Cricut machine for a Mother’s Day gift.
Making your own gift box is already such a special addition to any gift, but adding this paper flower and name tag is a beautiful personal touch. Grab this file free in Cricut Design Space with Cricut Access.
Okay, so you don’t necessarily need your Cricut machine for this project, but these sarcastic gift tags from That’s What Che Said are too funny to pass up! Download the freebie and use your Cricut Portable Trimmer to cut them apart with straight lines.
Preserve a special memory and spend a little extra time to make a cute frame insert for a simple and inexpensive Mother’s Day photo gift. You could even get a picture frame from Dollar Tree!
If you want to make a personalized gift, this MOM t-shirt is one of my favorites. The best part is that iron on vinyl is super easy to work with. You’ll have this craft done in no time!
I’m pretty sure one of the best gifts moms could ask for would be to have dad answer the 5 million daily questions. Don’t you think?
I have to say, this is one of the most unique Cricut Mother’s Day crafts. I would have never thought to use shrink plastic to make this gorgeous geometric jewelry set. Check out the full tutorial by Country Chic Cottage!
If you like the idea of gifting handmade accessories to your mom this year, you can also check out my wooden cross accessories tutorial. You’ll need a Cricut Maker for this project!
Did I mention that moms really love caffeine? This studded tumbler looks just like the insulated cups you might find at Starbucks, but the smooth center circle makes it the perfect cup to put a monogram on!
Aww! Being a mom is a full-time job, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Our hearts are full! I’m sure the moms in your life would wear this shirt with pride.
Need a small item to add to your Mother’s Day gift? Make a big impact with this adorable DIY mom keychain by Craftara Creates. Add a single image or grab two photos to have a cute double-sided keychain.
Just a few small items in a cosmetic bag and ta-da! You’ve got a Mother’s Day present for relaxation! I’m in love with this simple gift idea. Use the free SVG from Everyday Party, or make your own design!
And while we’re on the subject of pampering, it’s the perfect time to show you these super cute mani-pedi jars from This Worthey Life. Some simple sticker labels on a mason jar and you’re good to go!
If mom loves to cook, this etched casserole dish is the perfect gift! Even if she doesn’t like to cook, it’s a good reminder of why she cooks anyways – because she loves you!
While we’re talking about the kitchen, don’t forget these hilarious tea towel designs by Burton Avenue. The best Cricut Mother’s Day crafts are the ones that make you laugh!
If you’re looking to flex a few different craft skills on one project, this embroidery hoop is a great project for you. Use your cricut to write on the fabric with a washable fabric pen, then sew over the lines!
Got some old ties or other fabric scraps lying around? Use your Cricut Maker to cut a pattern and sew it to a pillow case!
I love this tutorial from The Soccer Mom Blog! You can never have too many blankets. Make this blanket special by putting your own design on it in iron-on vinyl. Make a few and gift them to all the moms in your life!
Shawn Mosch has compiled a great list of DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas. The list includes fun projects like these Minnie Mouse pajamas! If you’ve got a Disney loving mom, check them out!
Cleaning your feet before coming in the house means less clean-up for mom. Gift her a custom doormat for Mother’s Day for a gift that keeps on giving!
These foil accents on this Mother’s Day card are so beautiful. I really love how eye-catching they are! If you want a tutorial on how to make a foiled card, check out this tutorial from Artsy Fartsy Mama!
For this card, Analytical Mommy is showing you how to make a pop-up flower! Don’t miss out on this free file to make a gorgeous card that mom will love!
Change the text a little on this card by Moms and Crafters and you’ve got a hug FOR mom! Such a simple but cute design. This would be perfect to make with a Cricut Joy and Card Mat!
This koala card from Mad in Crafts is so cute. You can also put little handwritten notes in the secret pouch! Awww!
These printable Mother’s Day Cards from Brooklyn Berry Designs are so cute! Add a score line and you’re good to go. Such a simple craft!
If you’re giving mom a bouquet for Mother’s Day, these floral picks from Ruffles and Rain Boots are the perfect way to add a personal touch to your gift!
Like the idea of giving mom a bouquet? You could also put your crafty spin on it like Ginger Snap Crafts did by making a personalized flower vase!
If permanent vinyl is not your favorite thing to work with, you could also decoupage a vase like this one from Artsy Karma
This one is for the moms with a green thumb. Use a Cricut pen to label a popsicle stick and make some seed pops for mom’s garden!
You could also turn a wooden spoon into a garden marker! This simple project from The Soccer Mom Blog can be done in about 15 minutes!
This paper rose bouquet by Craft with Sarah is a great Mother’s Day gift that will last long after Mother’s Day is over!
Here’s another paper flower craft from Better Life Blog! These paper hydrangeas in mason jars are beautiful enough to keep up all year long.
Moms with young kids have refrigerators and drawers full of doodles. Give them a new adorable way to display their little one’s artwork, like this infusible ink handprint mug from Mamma Bear Says!
The offset feature in Cricut Design Space has made knockout designs so much easier! Take a look at this amazing personalized knockout tile from The Best Vinyl Cutters.
With this word search you can highlight the people who are really special to mom! What a simple but meaningful gift by Burton Avenue.
Did you know that in Design Space you can slice your text into pictures? There are so many fun ways to customize a project for mom, like this family picture subway tile!
These handwritten recipe potholders by Leap of Faith Crafting are the perfect way to pass down a family recipe. Want another way to preserve a handwritten recipe? Check out my post about it here!
Cori from Hey, Let’s Make Stuff has come up with such a sweet craft to capture the heart of any mom or grandma! These handprints will be treasured more and more as their little ones grow!
These Mother’s Day signs could be any easier to make. Grab the free SVG files, a wood blank and some vinyl and you’re set!
Another great way to utilize knockout designs is to make a wood sign like this. Using patterned vinyl really gave this project a special touch!
This foil transfer family tree from Sustain My Craft Habit is so cute! Check out her tutorial and then give it a shot for your Cricut Mother’s Day crafts!
I really love making shadow boxes for simple shelf decor. Filling this shadow box with paper flowers gives it a beautiful springtime look. Finish it off by grabbing my free Mom monogram or change it up by personalizing it with mom’s name.
If you prefer the layered shadowbox look, grab this shadow box bundle from DesignBundles.net. And if you need a tutorial for how to put your shadowbox together, check out this video I did during the Christmas Craft Kickoff!
I love that simple crafts can really be so beautiful! Check out this Mother’s Day brunch table runner from Jen at 100 Directions!
Another great way to craft easy Mother’s Day brunch decor is this gorgeous print then cut banner from Liz on Call! Size it up or down to fit wherever it’s needed!
Make it really feel like mom’s day by giving her all the special treatment, like giving her a gorgeous handmade paper flower corsage, like this one from Mad in Crafts!
The Mother’s Day Brunch place setting by Everyday Party is really the icing on the cake! I love this elegant table setup.
Whew! From gifts, to cards, to Mother’s Day brunch, these Cricut Mother’s Day crafts are all you need to celebrate the incredible women in your life. Thanks for being here, and happy crafting!
Chris Butler has helped thousands of crafters learn how to use their Cricut machine without feeling overwhelmed. She is a best selling author and an up and coming designer. For fun Chris enjoys designing SVG Files, hanging out with her family (preferably at the lake), traveling, and volunteering at her church. She is a wife and mom of two crazy fun kids.