It’s Mother’s Day on 11th March in the UK and if you haven’t bought a gift yet or are struggling to find the funds to get your mum or nan something nice, you’ll find plenty of low cost ideas for Mother’s Day gifts in the links below.
Most of these are within a modest budget or even completely free. Just click on the link.
This is an American site so the costs are in dollars but the ideas would work just as well here.
Ideas to try:
Create a Memory Journal
“Every family has made plenty of funny, sad, and crazy memories over the years… Ask everyone in the family to write down their favorites in a journal. It can be serious or silly, whatever you choose, and you can continue to add to the memory journal when the next Mother’s Day rolls around.
Give the Gift of Sleep
For mums of babies or young kids, uninterrupted sleep is the ultimate gift. Let her sleep in for once, and make sure she knows beforehand that she has the entire morning to lie in bed. Alternatively, consider setting aside a few hours during the day for a much-needed nap.
9 more brilliant ideas from our friends over the Pond.
Idea to try:
List the reasons you love her
Among the DIY Mother’s Day gifts suggested is a decorated mason jar stuffed full of adorable and funny messages about why mum is the greatest. For example: “You give the best hugs,” or “You don’t snore as loud as dad.”
The idea is that mum can open up the jar each day or whenever she needs a pick-me-up, and get a reminder about how amazing she is, and how much all of you appreciate her”.
Ideas to try:
Transform thrifted tea cups into candles to dress up any tea party.
Stencil your mum’s most inspiring words on a tea towel to let her know you’ve been listening.
Make a DIY box for your mum’s favourite bon-bons
Ideas to try:
Cut flowers are nice, but they don’t last very long. For a gift with longer-lasting appeal, choose a flowering perennial for her garden instead – she’ll enjoy your gift this Mother’s Day and every one thereafter. For an even cheaper take on this idea, just place a packet of seeds inside a card, and schedule a time to help her plant them.
So there you have it – plenty of ideas for Mother’s Day gifts to make her day special. In my book though, you can’t go wrong with letting Mum have a nice lie in and bringing her a cup of tea in bed. Bliss!
Midlife mum from Cardiff. Wine Imbiber. Likes glitter, fluff and olives. Approaching tweendom with Caitlin (11) and Ieuan (10). The husband is hiding in the loft.
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