My dear mother will be 79 years this year, I love her to bits.


To celebrate all the lovely woman in our lives, let's make them something special this year.

Happy Mothers Day How to make an adorable printed fabric tag for Mothers Day

Today's super easy project is not a test.  I encourage you to try something and be proud of the end result - ok?


Below is a list of all the supplies (and free printable) that you need to complete the project:


Materials needed:

Mothers day tags How to make an adorable printed fabric tag for Mothers Day

Mothers Day printed fabric tags

Now, read on to learn how to make your own...


  1. Cut the fabric according to the size of the paper.
  2. Apply adhesive to the back of the fabric and rub it firmly until it sticks to the piece of paper. Neaten the edges, you don't want some frays to end in your printer.
  4. Iron fabric if necessary to remove any creases.
  6. Plain fabric is recommended.
  8. Test the print on paper first, choosing the setting 'fit to page' otherwise the design may be too big and all the lovely fabric will go to waste.
  10. Test how the printer feeds the paper too to ensure that the design prints on the right side (trust me, I get so eager to see the end result, that I tend to forget these tips myself!
  12. Load your paper/fabric and print!

Extra Ideas:

The fabric tags can be glued to an empty jar, like mine in the image below and decorated with ribbon, lace, trinkets...fill it with Mom's favourite mints (soft) or candy.


Print a photo of Mom with the kids on fabric and make a small pillow, stuffed heart or tray cloth...or

Make a collage of the little ones' drawings and print those...

Whatever you make, have fun and spread the love!​


Thank you Mom fabric tag How to make an adorable printed fabric tag for Mothers Day

How to make a fabric tag for Mother's Day and free printable tags.


Plan ahead for Mother's day and make her something special - #mothersday #diy

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26 thoughts on “How to make an adorable printed fabric tag for Mothers Day

    1. Post author

      Great Brenda, I am glad I got the creative juices flowing!

    1. Post author

      Hi Christy, I am glad to hear that. It is nice to share creativity, especially with my daughters too. I’d love to see what your daughter makes!

    1. Post author

      It definitely is Cheryl and it is so precious once they’re grown!

  1. Mindy

    Such a neat idea! This would be a beautiful gift for any mom. My daughter is very creative and is always making me gifts – they are my favorite gifts ever!

    1. Post author

      I know, My daughters are grown now but they still give such thoughtful gifts! Hope you are spoiled with a little tag this year!

  2. Kathleen

    What lovely ideas. I am sure every mother would feel blessed to receive a gift that so much love has gone into. Thanks for the ideas.
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    1. Post author

      Oh sweet of you to visit and thanks for the kind words! I believe we need to love and cherish our mothers.

    1. Post author

      Thanks Gaye and also for hopping in. I hope you have some stash hidden somewhere!

    1. Post author

      Thank you so much Stacey. Handmade does really mean: made with love!

  3. Lissette

    This is a really cute idea and a nice way to personalize gifts. Thanks for sharing with us at the Friday Funday blog hop!

    1. Post author

      Hi Lissette, I am pleased you liked it and thanks for hopping in! I guess we all make stuff we really like and wish to get!

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