So when Mother's Day comes around, we have to think of something that she can do to honor each of these women. I like the project to be meaningful, but also something that can be accomplished pretty quick, given that we'll be making multiples.
This is what we ended up making this year:
I got some plain wooden frames from the craft store, along with a stack of colored tissue paper. I put a base coat of white paint and then helped Liv decoupage on some tissue paper squares.
I hadn't planned ahead, of course, so I didn't have pictures to put in the frame. Instead, I borrowed (ahem, stole) and idea from Denise. I created some fill-in-the-blank sentences about the grandmothers and then asked Liv to supply the answers. I printed them out on pretty paper, framed them up, and was good to go.