Today, we’re sharing 17 easy gifts to make for Mother’s Day! I can hardly believe it’s almost here, you guys.
You may have heard me mentioned before that my mom is a saint of a lady.
She is creative, kind and generous, sensitive, loving and one of the least judgmental people I’ve ever met.
We can’t wait to celebrate her for Mother’s Day. I know so many of you feel the same way about the special women in your life too.
Especially, this year.
Whenever we ask our mom what she wants for Mother’s Day she always says, “I don’t need anything. I already have you girls and you three are the best gifts I could have ever asked for.”
We hit the love lotto, right? She’s like that all the time too.
We’re still trying to decide what to get her this year because she literally has everything.
But I thought it would be fun to gather 17 really easy ideas you can make for Mother’s Day to celebrate your mom, sister, granny, aunt, best friend or any other lady you want make feel extra special this holiday.
Here’s a look at 17 Easy Gifts You Can Make for Mother’s Day…
DIY European Farmhouse Cake Stand
If your mom loves to bake consider making her a DIY European Farmhouse Cake Stand so she can display her signature sweet treats or create seasonal vignettes.
House Name Plate
I suprised my Mom with this personalized house name plate for one of the guest rooms at my childhood home, Loblolly Manor.
Honestly though, you can this same idea to customize a special anniversary date, a favorite quote or even your word of the year.
Monogrammed Market Tote
I made this monogrammed market tote for my Mom and she uses it all the time. It’s roomy enough to take to yoga class, hold beach towels or to leave in the car for quick errands in lieu of using a plastic store bags.
Monogrammed Canvas Pouch
If your Mom carries a market tote style purse you probably already know they can quickly become a catch-all.
This monogrammed canvas pouch helps to keep everyday items from makeup to accessories to craft supplies organized.
Personalized Stationery is another one of those easy gifts to make for Mother’s Day that can be customized.
Pull it all together by adding a box of wax, an embossed stamp, a fancy pen and a postage book for an extra special treat.
Air Dry Clay Bee Dish
I orginally made these air dry clay bee dish to use at my parent’s house but we wound up using them all over our house.
These dishes are small enough to tuck next to the kitchen and bathroom sink or to use on your desk as a drink coaster.
Quick & Easy 5 Minute Topiary
My Mom and I started making faux dill topiaries together a while ago and we’ve enjoyed them so much we started experimenting with other variations too.
This quick & easy 5 minute topiary was a simple one to make and can be used from spring into fall.
Dutch Inspired Tulip Crate
If you’re a rock star with tools, consider making this Dutch Inspired Tulip Crate.
We made this for my Mom and she’s used it inside and outside from her primary home at Bliss Barracks to my childhood home, Loblolly Manor.
It’s super versatile!
White Washed Terra Cotta Pots
This time of year is such a great time of year to be in the garden.
Whether your Mom is getting ready to transplant seeds or add fresh plants to containers on the porches, consider creating a gift basket complete with white washed terra cotta pots and a variety of garden accessories.
A Piece of Painted Furniture
My Mom is totally afraid of spray paint, well actually, DIYing in general.
She’s always asking me to paint something for her like this Secretary Makeover in Cartouche Green because she doesn’t want to “mess it up.”
If you have someone in your life with similar anxieties consider painting a peice of furniture they’ve been wanting to tackle but haven’t yet.
The Gift of Home Organization
Gifts of service are some of my favorite gifts to give and receive because they always come in handy.
My Mom is fairly organized. But she’s like the rest of us always looking to tweak the systems in her home so it can be as effecient as possible. She still raves about how I helped her organized the kitchen into work friendly zones.
Breakfast In Bed
If you still live at home or close by, consider serving your Mom breakfast in bed. This Open-Face Breakfast Sandwich is simple to make and is always a big hit at our house.
If you’re still social distancing, consider dropping off a breakfast basket filled with all your Mom’s favorite morning goodies!
Aged Serving Tray
This aged silver serving tray was another super simple project to create. Save for the drying time of the spray paint and waiting for the wax to cure, it took less than an hour to make.
It can be used in so many different places from a bookcase to a vignette or even on your coffee table.
My sisters are always talking about how they wished they had uninterrupted time to take a long hot bath. They both have very active littles so I definitely understand how a long hot bath could be considered a luxury in this season of their lives.
If you have someone close to you in a similar situation spoil them with a cinnamon and vanilla latte brown sugar scrub, a favorite book, a special drink and a fluffy towel, bathrobe or slippers.
Create an Appreciation Tree with other family members so your Mom can read a different tag each day of what you guys like, love or appreciate about her.
We made one for our mom on her milestone birthday and we could barely hold back the tears after we saw her reaction.
Trophy Cup Flower Arrangment
Give your mom flowers in a trophy cup, ironstone bowl or another vintage container. That way, she can enjoy the flowers now and use the vintage container throughout the year.
We picked up these roses from the grocery store and paired with clippings from around our property.
Moss Covered Urn
This moss covered urn is probably the messiest project on the list! But it’s another one of those easy gifts to make for Mother’s Day she’ll be able to use throughout the year.
Taking time to celebrate the women around you whether it’s your mom, sister, daughter, friends, neighbors, coworkers, aunts or grannys will always be one of the greatest gifts you can give not only to yourself but also to the ones you love most.
It doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming, it just needs to be thoughtful and genuine and sincere.
Let us know how you plan to celebrate this year!Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.