Mother’s Day is around the corner and I know you will be celebrating the moms in your life with some sweet gifts.
I will sure miss my mom this Mother’s Day. I wrote this gift idea post before she passed away with her tastes in mind. My mom always liked practical, simple gifts. She enjoyed gardening and had a love of cats. That must be where I got my crazy cat lady personality from!
If you like my Facebook page, you have probably seen a few of these gift ideas. They are some of the most popular items among the women who follow me on Facebook. Some items have been shared over there a ton, so I wanted to makes sure you saw them here when shopping for gifts.
Also, it’s Mother’s Day, so don’t forget to take some time out for you! If you’re a busy mom, this might be your only chance to get your nails done or time to finish that book you’ve been reading.
Enjoy these Mother’s Day Gift Ideas. I hope you find some fun things for the women in your life… or for yourself!!!
I absolutely LOVE this –> handwritten signature bracelet.
A personalized video is a great last-minute keepsake gift idea for mom! Takes only a few minutes to make.
Here is a Funny Wine Glass that I would love!
Make a Custom Necklace from your child’s art.
Moms who love to cook would enjoy an Air Fryer! Make fast and easy crispy food without all of the fat and only a tiny bit of oil.
Wouldn’t you love this nail polish holder with some new nail polish? I would!
For the Cat Lady! Love this –> Cat Coloring Book!
What cat lover wouldn’t want a cat rolling pin? Cat cookies all day!!
These Mason Jar Measuring Cups always make a cute gift!
This is true right? Get a Cute kitchen tea towel for Grandma!
Cute Hedgehog Dryer Balls! Makes laundry fun and clothes softer.
Glowing flower pots that change colors are perfect for the gardening mom!
A Beautiful Bird House is another great gift idea for the garden lover.
No time to order gifts? Printable Mother’s Day Cards make great last-minute gift ideas!
Happy Mother’s Day!
Originally published on May 4, 2016. Last Updated on April 18, 2019 by Amy Locurto