Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, and if you’re searching for some last-minute gift ideas, then this post is for you! You’re sure to find a few new ideas to celebrate the moms in your life or help your children make a meaningful gift.
The best part is that it doesn’t have to be expensive! The best gifts are usually heartfelt and simple. Here we go.
Make a Memory Jar
The memory jar has been by far my mother’s favorite gift from us kids. We all submitted dozens and dozens of handwritten or typed out memories on strips of paper that we put in a pretty blue jar. Each day our mom is able to pick one memory out of the jar and read it. She loves this meaningful gift!
It’s a wonderful way to stay close even if you live far away. It’s also a fabulous gift that kids of all ages can contribute to for mom or grandma.
Enter to Win a Mystery Box of Gifts
What if you could surprise your mom, sister, best friend, or yourself with a fun mystery box of gifts from Etsy? Three lucky winners can have a mystery box of goodies sent to any U.S. address of their choice – complete with a gift message too!
So, head on over to 4onemore.com to enter this giveaway. The giveaway closes at 11:45PM EST on May 2nd, 2020. Winners will be notified by email on May 3rd and the boxes will ship out the week of May 3rd to arrive in time for Mother’s Day!
Frame this Printable for Your Favorite Homeschool Mom
If one of the mothers on your gift list is a homeschool mom, then she would love this simple print! Best of all, it’s free. You can have it printed on photo paper at a local store, or you could print it out at home with your color printer. All you need to do is slip it in a cute frame, and you have a pretty little gift. You can find this print for free HERE.
Support Small Businesses on Etsy
Etsy is a great place to find unique gifts for any time of year or any person on your list! But especially for Mother’s Day, you’re sure to find some cute items on Etsy. Check out this round-up post with super cute t-shirts, mugs, pillows, and items that any homeschool mom would absolutely love to decorate her homeschool space.
What are your go-to gifts?
Here are some additional Mother’s Day printables and ideas:
- Mother’s Day Printable Cards
- Mother’s Day Writing Prompts for K-2 (FREE)
- Free Mother’s Day Notebooking Pages
- Free All About Mom & Grandma Printables
- Pray for Your Mother Prayer Calendar (FREE)
- Free Mother’s Day Gift
- DIY Gift Baskets for Coffee Lovers
- (Christmas) Gift Guide for Busy Moms – this can really be used any time of year!
- The Perfect Date Night In With Hello Fresh – this is a big winner!
Abby is a former public school teacher, now homeschooling her five children. She’s in the trenches just like you and knows it can be challenging to be home with your kids all day while you struggle to keep up with the housework and educate your kids (and maybe even work on the side!). She blogs over at www.4onemore.com and hosts the Homeschool with Moxie podcast.
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