14 Heartfelt Do-It-Yourself Mother's Day Gifts That She'll Love.
It's that time of year again. Time to celebrate the woman who gave you life. The woman who is always there for you, no matter what. The woman who has loved you unconditionally for your entire life. This Sunday is Mother's Day and our question to you is: have you gotten your favorite woman a gift yet? If not, we have put together a list of easy and fun DIY presents for your mother that she's sure to love!
For the mother that hangs every single achievement you've ever made on the refrigerator.
What mother doesn't need magnets to hang up all of those drawings you used to make her? This gift is perfect for that. Just use some old photos and paste them to some magnets. Every time she goes to the fridge she'll be able to look at your smiling face! It's a gift that keeps on giving!
Does your mother enjoy spending her time in the kitchen whipping up some goodies?
Then this present would be perfect for her. All you need is some wooden utensils and some paint and you've got a colorful gift that will remind your mother of her favorite child every time she's cooking up some delicious meals.
There's nothing more important than family and this gift is the perfect reminder of that.
You can either use an old serving platter, or buy a new one, and paint your very own family tree on it. It's a great conversation piece for family get-togethers!
If your mom's anything like mine, she loves having plants all over the house.
If that's the case, then she'd love this planter of little succulents. Not only the low-maintenance, but they're beautiful to look at. Just throw in a little note and your mother will be smiling from ear-to-ear.
Nothing says "Welcome to Our Home" like a wreath on the front door.
This wreath not only smells great, but it's really easy to make. All you need to do is cut up some orange slices and dry them out. Then you just glue them to a pre-made wreath that can be found at any crafts store! And the citrus scent is perfect for spring and summer!
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