A mother’s love is really like nothing else, she gave you the world while growing up and while you may never be able to repay her, you can make her day a little more special with a homemade Mother’s Day gift. So this year, skip the drugstore card and craft up you own heartfelt gift. Here are 10 great ideas for homemade Mother’s Day gifts to let your mom know she’s extra special!
What is more adorable than a little succulent? These little plants are easy-to-grow and care for, which make the perfect little gift for busy moms. To make your own DIY milk glass succulents visit House By Hoff.
Don’t underestimate the value of breakfast in bed. It’s basically impossible to screw up Mother’s Day breakfast in bed. You could bring her a cold Pop-Tart and she’d STILL love it. Here are some ideas for some easy meals you could whip up.
Moms always love photos of their kids, which is why pictures make such great gifts. This year, think beyond the boring picture frame and make Mom a photo cube that she’ll be proud to display. See the full tutorial at: All Parenting.
There’s really nothing more precious that time spent together. So start melting the butter for that popcorn and have a movie night in with Mom for Mother’s day. Get the Movie Night Card Tutorial here.
Sometimes all you need is a sweet little card to say I love you. So rather getting a store bought card, you can print one of your own from Sarah Hearts. She has three free printable template for you to choose from.
What Mom’s love most is their kids. So make this memorable silhouette keepsake that she can proudly put on display. Follow the easy instructions at Henry Happened to make your own.
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What do you have planned for your Mom this year?
Let me know in the comments below!
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