Vancouver, B.C., May 13, 2018
Design your own Mother's Day Card: Personal for Mom!
Mother's Day is a special solemn occasion in honor of all mothers. Of course, the right congratulations should not be missing. Our TIP: Make a very personal Mother's Day card. Let your creativity run wild and conjure up a wonderful Mother's Day message for your mom ...
A greeting card for Mother's Day must definitely have a personal character. How you personalize your card is completely up to you. One possibility would be, for example, to make the map yourself or to create. Go to a craft shop or a corresponding shop for stationery needs and get the respective, necessary materials. You can, for example, work with special paper (construction paper in a variety of colors, elephant paper, marbled paper, etc.), decorate the card with feathers, beads, paper cutouts or other decorative elements and insert a photo of you and your mom. This underlines in every way optimally the intimate and cordial relationship with your mother.
Tip: Add even more "personality" to your Mother's Day congratulatory card by adding a specially written poem or verse to it. Rhyming a few loving lines and expressing your gratitude, attachment and love for your mother. A beautiful saying, with beautiful writing written on your card. Or placed under the children's latest artwork.
To help you find the right words, we have put together a few of the most beautiful and meaningful congratulations for Mother's Day in a collection.
Here are our favourites:
Wishing you all the love and happiness you so richly deserve... happy Mother’s Day!
Mom.... You’re the best! Thanks for all you do. Happy Mother’s Day!
Thank you for always being there, Mom. Happy Mother’s Day!
Because of you, I am me. Happy Mothers Day!
We hope that one of the short sayings or poems was just right for wishing your mom a Happy Mother’s Day! For more inspiration look here . . .
Have a great day with your loved ones!
Mother's Day is just around the corner - get ready! Mothers are havens, solid rocks in good and bad times, and always here for us kids (no matter the age) when we need them. That is why we celebrate them every year with a special holiday – Mother’s Day!