Saturday, 9 March 2019

"Mothering Sunday" Greeting Card

This is the 
#14 Vidcasts "Mothering Sunday" Greeting Card
(in the UK & USA)

A 2019 post from today

Saturday 9th March 2019

Mothering Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Lent, usually landing it sometime in March. Traditionally, it is a day on which people visit the church they were baptised in and on which they honour their mother.

This year, 2019, Mothering Sunday is on the 31st March. Both Roman Catholic and Anglican churches in the UK observe Mothering Sunday.

My question is...
"Have you Monkeys made a card for your mothers?"
Today's creation is a "Monkey Greeting Card, for Mothering Sunday".

I hope, yet again, that you find the Step-by-Step useful and that your Children and/or Grandchildren find it enjoyable to create.

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I hope your children and/or Grandchildren like making the "Monkey Mother's Day Card" and following the Step-By-Step instructions

Step 1 : I started by making the template; I used a A4 Sheet of card, as it makes it easier to draw around once it's been cut out. 

Step 2 : Cut out the template;

Step 3 : Draw and colour the way you decide what you want in the way of images, colours etc.

Step 4 : Glue the large heart shape to the top of the card

Step 5 : Glue the ears onto the HEAD, plus the heart shaped inner ears

Step 6 : Glue or draw the...
nose and 

Step 7 : Glue the completed face onto the monkey card

Step 8 : Glue the heart shaped feet onto the sides of the card.

Step 9 : Write your message to your mum.

If you have a go at creating your own "Mothering Sunday" Greeting Card, do share your feedback, positive and/or negative, in the comments. 

It would also be nice to see what your children and/or Grandchildren thought about creating their own "Mothering Sunday" Greeting Card


Thank You!

Disclaimer: I don't have any relationship (financial or in exchange for services) with any of the items that I post. 

"I will post about items that I either like creating myself and/or have found them to inspire my Grandchildren to create, adapt, enhance what I have done."

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