As Mother's Day fast approaches, panic begins to set in for men and women alike. We often talk about what we -- as moms -- want for Mother's Day, but sometimes (ahem, last year) we forget that we have moms, grandmothers, friends who are amazing mothers, aunts and so on in our lives. These amazing women deserve our love, our gifts, our appreciation as well. If you've forgotten someone and you're beginning to wonder how you'll carve out time or find a unique gift, I present you these Mother's Day gift ideas.
I hopped around our Network blogs for the past week, checking out what our amazing bloggers are sharing. Every single post I came across had ideas that I would either love as a woman and a mom or would love to give someone that I love as a woman and a mom. Check out these great ideas if you're still stumped.
Credit: I Love You More than Carrots, with permission.
1. The Reagan Necklace from Bridier Baubles: A beautiful and affordable lookalike to a very popular and expensive version, this necklace would make a great addition to any mother's Spring and Summer wardrobe! It's also available in blue and yellow.
Finish reading Ashley Paige's post for four more great gift ideas.
Natalie at Good Girl Style found an interesting and unique plant for the interesting and unique moms out there like her own.
Credit: Peacocktaco on Etsy.
But since I don't live near my mother anymore (in fact I now live quite far away), I would send something more lasting than flowers. This air plant in a sea urchin is just perfect. It's beautiful, artistic, and it is a plant that lives on the moisture in the air. I don't know, it just sort of seems like a metaphor for motherhood.
Speaking of Etsy, Landeelu of Landee See, Landee Do shared some great gift ideas from her own Etsy shop in a recent post.
Credit: Landee on Etsy.
this board has been a best seller for a couple of years now. Here's a little secret... we have gotten back reports that moms have CRIED when they open it! Like, real tears cried. So if you want to make your mom cry happy tears this year, this one is perfect! As with ALL our stuff, it's totally customizable as far as colors go. We can even change Grandma to something else if your kids call your mom Nana, Oma, Gigi or anything else!
Finish reading her post for six more gift ideas!
Credit: Taylor at It's Taylor Made, with permission.
I knew I wanted to do a sewing project and I've actually had this idea in my head for a while. A recipe on an oven mitt... cute and functional right?
Here's what you need: two large fabric scraps, insul-bright, insulbright oven mitt pattern, a printable fabric sheet
Read Taylor's whole post to learn how to make this adorable gift.
Credit: iCandy Handmade, with permission.
Check out the post for seven more ideas!
Whew! I know that researching this post helped me figure out a few last minute ideas for moms on my list this Mother's Day. What about you? What's on your own list this Mother's Day? What did you get for your mom or another special mom in your life? Share ideas or links to posts you've written!
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