How to Make Mother's Day Coupons

Every mom would love a break from everyday worries and chores. Spread some love and show it on paper with a collection of coupons that can help her, even make her day more worry-free.

Part Two of Four:
Presenting the Coupons
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  1. 1
    Decorate the pieces of paper by writing what the coupons are good for and draw pictures. (See below for ideas of what to include in the coupon.)
  2. 2
    Make a container to put the coupons in. You can use an envelope, a basket, or anything else you can think of.
  3. 3
    Wrap everything up in tissue, a box, or a bag. It is now ready for presenting.
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Part Three of Four:
Making a Booklet
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  1. 1
    Organize the papers in a color pattern to make the coupon booklet more presentable.
  2. 2
    Staple everything together about 1/4 inch (0.635cm) from the edge.
  3. 3
    Write a title on the first paper.
  4. 4
    Use the other papers to write down what the coupons are for. See suggestions in the next section.
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  • What if I am 11 and can't do much, what are some good coupon ideas?
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    • You can do lots of things at your age! You could give her breakfast in bed, help out with chores like dishes, laundry, cleaning up, etc., or even just promise a day with no fighting with your siblings.
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  • What can I use if I don't have colored paper?
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    • White paper is fine to use, and you can make it more colorful by drawing on it with markers or crayons.
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  • Can I use card stock for this?
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    • Yes.
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TipsEdit

  • You can use string to tie all the coupons together. If you use index cards, punch a hole in it.
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  • Use either cool colors such as blue, green, and purple or warm colors like yellow, red, and orange; try not to mix cool and warm colors together.
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Things You'll NeedEdit

  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Paper
  • Markers, crayons, and colored pencils

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