According to Forbes, Mother’s Day is one of the most expensive holidays; in fact, Americans spend an estimated $25 billion (yep, billion with a “B”) on Mother’s Day each year! (It averages out to approximately $196 per person.) That’s a lot.
Trust me when I say that your Mom would rather have something less expensive and more from the heart. So this year, keep your money in your wallet and make her something! To do so, turn to easy and frugal DIY options like the word “Mom” in bubble letters.
Psst! Spending on Mother’s Day is actually increasing year-over-year. One theory for this is that more people are living at home longer, and if your mother is your landlord, you better not forget Mother’s Day, right? If you’re an adult living at home, go above and beyond just “I Love You Mom” in bubble letters!
Try heartfelt and homemade Mother’s Day gifts or do something for your mom. For example, you could make her dinner; here are 50 Valentine’s Day dinner recipes you could probably repurpose! Just be sure to do the dishes afterward, and speaking of dishes, you could also clean the house. Here’s a free printable cleaning schedule to get you going.
Now, on to using the word “Mom” in bubble letters to celebrate your mom this Mother’s Day! 🙂
Floral “Mom” in Bubble Letters
One of the most obvious ways to use these printables is as Mother’s Day cards. For example, you could combine this floral themed “Mom” in bubble letters with other bubble letters to create a card that reads “I Love You Mom” in bubble letters. And then of course, decorate the card and write a heartfelt note inside. If you need inspiration on the messaging, look to your heart but also these Mother’s Day poems and quotes.
If you like the idea of creating an “I Love You Mom” in bubble letters card, you’ll need some additional bubble letters to pull it off. Here’s:
- An uppercase bubble letters alphabet.
- A lowercase bubble letters alphabet.
- The word “Love” in bubble letters.
- 18 free printable bubble letters templates.
And if your mom really likes flowers, check out these 3 printable Mother’s Day cards to color. There’s a 3 piece bouquet card that might be just the thing!
Butterfly Kisses “Mom” in Bubble Letters
Artwork or Décor
Use these “Mom” in bubble letters printables to make your mother a one-of-a-kind piece of art. Perhaps a coloring page (like these “I Love You” coloring pages) she can hang on the fridge or frame? Maybe a huge “Happy Mother’s Day” banner? I think this printable lends itself to art or décor because it’s so pretty and intricate with all the butterflies.
You can also use these printables to learn how to draw “Mom” in bubble letters. The trick is to start by tracing, which is probably how you learned to write in the first place. 🙂 Yep, to learn how to draw the word “Mom” in bubble letters, just snag one of these printables, put a thin piece of paper over top, and get tracing. Over time you’ll build up muscle memory and confidence!
By learning how to write “Mom” in bubble letters, you open up all kinds of creative opportunities. For example, you could make a photo collage of you and your mom together and label it. You could create a homemade card or add it to a printable Mother’s Day card. You could make a sort of word cloud that begins with “Mom is…” and then a bunch of words that you think describe your mom in different writing styles, colors, bubble letters and other printable letters.
The sky is the limit! 🙂
Sweet Treat “Mom” in Bubble Letters
The word “Mom” in bubble letters in this printable looks kinda like tasty ice cream. Yum! Consider pairing it with a sweet treat this Mother’s Day. Allow me to recommend these:
- Mother’s Day gifts in Mason jars. Not all of them are edible, so if your mother is trying to cut back on sugar, carbs, etc. there are some fantastic options here.
- “I Love You to Pieces” Mason jar gift. This was originally a DIY Valentine’s Day gift, but I think it works just as well for Mother’s Day. (Tip: Make this gift even sweeter by learning how to draw Mom in bubble letters and recreating this printable!)
- M&M cookies in a jar. This Mason jar treat was original created for Easter, but I think the fresh and fun floral colors work well for Mother’s Day too.
Whether you want to dress up a printable card, learn how to draw the word “Mom” in bubble letters, create a homemade gift label or something else entirely, these “Mom” in bubble letter printables have got your back. Snag all three now and be sure to celebrate your awesome mom this year! 🙂
Oh, and by the way, bubble letters aren’t just for mothers! You can use them to celebrate anyone for anything. Here are two of my other favorites:
To all you mom’s out there—thanks for doing what you do with a smile on your face (most days) 😉 and Happy Mother’s Day! 🙂