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#FVMDGG Mother's Day DIY Gift Ideas

Some of the best gifts a mother can get are the ones made from love. When I was a little girl, I always made my mother a card. Personalizing it to her and how I felt about her. When I became a mom, I soon learned how much that sort of gift can mean. 
I've asked a bunch of wonderful bloggers to help me out and bring you a bunch of last minutes ideas that you, (dads, babysitters, and such), can make with the kids to give mom a special gift from the heart.



1. Give her some tasty tea in a mug. Show her you want her to sit back and relax.

2. Give her a beautiful frame to hold her family memories.
Straw Picture Frame by Mindful Frugal Mom

3. Give her products to pamper herself with.
Orange and Clove Sugar Scrub by Suburbia Unwrapped

4. Some more pamper products. Mom can never be pampered enough!

Lemon and Rosemary Hand Scrub by Turning Back The Clock

5. How about you give her your love?
Pallet Signs Love by Just 2 Sisters

6. Show her all the reasons you care.

7. Make mom a signature scent.
How to Make Solid Perfume by Confessions Of An Overworked Mom

8. Give her a vase to hold her flowers.
How to Paint a Ceramic Flower Pot by Confessions Of An Overworked Mom

9. Make her artwork that she can admire.
Paper Bag Stretched Canvas Tutorial by Let's Go On A Picnic

10. Make her something to hold trinkets in.
Decorative Tin Can Craft by Untrained Housewife

11. Make her something in her favorite colors.
Melted Beads by Maple Mouse Mama

12. Give her a pendant she can wear always.
Pendant Craft by Our Family World


Thank you to the wonderful bloggers that helped me bring you these wonderful gift ideas. Now you can make mother's day extra special!

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!

Comments

  1. I really love the solid perfume idea.

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  2. I like the idea of tea and a moment to relax. Maybe vacuum for her or do some of her other chores and give her a break!

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  3. These are awesome ideas! There's something for every mom here, I'm sure! Thanks for finding and sharing all these suggestions. :)

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  4. Lots of wonderful ideas Freda, thanks for including mine :-)

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  5. Interesting selections. My mother doesn't like Mother's Day. She complains if I get her anything.

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  6. Homemade gifts are the best, I always encouraged my children to make rather than buy. I appreciated the hard work they put in to the gifts so much more than any $4.00 and up card.

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  7. love all of the ideas!

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