Looking for a fun way to celebrate Mother’s Day, even if you can’t be with your mom this year? These Mother’s Day Printable Notecards are guaranteed to bring a smile to your mom’s face!
Mother’s Day is one of those holidays that sneaks up and always catches me off guard! It doesn’t help that my mom’s birthday is the week before! But, of course, I usually forget about Father’s Day too… so maybe the problem is just me being forgetful.
But, Mother’s Day is a very important day! Because nobody works harder than moms! And nobody would know that better than me – a mom to many, many furry creatures.
Just kidding! 🤣
I can’t even begin to imagine how hard it is to be a mom. Well, I guess I can start to imagine after many years of working in childcare. And let me tell you – those moms don’t get to clock out and go home at the end of the day like I did! They literally don’t get a break from thinking about and worrying about their children. Because that’s what good moms do – they sacrifice most parts of themselves to make sure their children have everything they need. Much like what I do for my dogs… (again, jk, I know it’s different… kinda! 😆)
This will actually be one of the first years that I won’t be able to see my mom on Mother’s Day. And, due to the pandemic, I know that many of us are in the same situation. But, there’s still a way that we can send some love and a heartfelt “thank you” from afar!
Use these Mother’s Day Printable Notecards to brighten your mom or grandma’s day and remind her that you love her very much – even if you can’t be together! Each of the notecards will give you a chance to quickly share a memory or express your heartfelt feelings for mom. Each notecard even has a short writing prompt on it to help you get started!
So, now you have no excuses! Print these notecards out and give your mom the love she deserves! Remember, she did wipe yo’ butt! 😉
How to Use the Mother’s Day Printable Notecards:
- Download the free printable notecard template HERE.
- Cut along the dotted lines to separate the six notecards.
- Use the writing prompts on each of the cards to write your special messages.
- Send the cards to mom in the mail, or hand deliver them if you are close by. You can even plan it out so that mom gets a different note to open each day leading up to Mother’s Day!
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Kaylee is a plant-loving, muck-boot wearing self-proclaimed “modern hippie” from Southwest Idaho. Her specialties include backyard farming, natural living, DIY-ing, and eating all the food… all the time!