Isn’t it a bummer that the days when we could make a clay handprint in class for Mother’s Day are over?
How can we adequately express our love and appreciation to mom now?
To get you inspired, here are five Mother’s Day gift ideas:
1. BUY HER A FLOWER POT, SEEDS, AND GARDENING GOODIES
Maybe your mama has a green thumb and spends her days of sweet retirement tending to a garden or porch plants. Add to her collection or help her start one! Head to our local Sweet Peas, Lowes, or Home Depot and get her everything she’ll need: pot, seeds, soil, hand shovel, cute gloves, and a hose if she doesn’t have one.
Bonus points if you spend an afternoon helping her plant them!
2. A FREE YEAR OF MOVIE PASS
If you haven’t heard the buzz about MoviePass, you’re missing out. MoviePass is a monthly subscription service that gives you the ability to see unlimited movies in theaters and you’ll never have to fork over the $10.00+ for a ticket. It’s amazing and if your mom’s a movie buff, this is the perfect gift this Mother’s Day.
Purchase the subscription in your local Costco if you have a membership!
Bonus points if you promise to go to the first few movies with mom so you can help her learn how to use her MoviePass!
3. GO TO A PAINT NITE
Snag tickets to your area’s next PaintNite and make a date with mom! Wine, creativity, and connection and you go home with your own masterpiece unless mom wants to keep yours to try to hang on her fridge!
4. ORDER AN ARRANGEMENT FROM STEMS
A local floral favorite is Stems and you can't go wrong with flowers for mom on Mother's Day. Be sure to place your order as quickly as possible as it's a busy holiday for floral shops everywhere!
Don’t forget to add a special message to be delivered with her arrangement.
5. A BOOK OF MEMORIES
Create your own scrapbook or buy a fill-in-the-blank one to record some of your favorite memories with mom and pay tribute to the amazing mother she is. Track down some photos from way back and write something next to the photo you're thankful to mom for from that year, that trip, that memory, etc.
Warning: this will be a tear-jerker!
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