Amy Clark

The Mother’s Day Notebook Edition

Sometimes we need to offer our own families a little creative inspiration for Mother’s Day. Perhaps, you need a few fun ideas for your own mother? Better yet, many of these wonderful ideas could double as teacher appreciation gifts for the end of the school season!

Here is my notebook of Mother’s Day gift ideas for all of our sweet mom readers:

Photo Credit: Giver’s Log

This hand soap featuring your kids’ art would make a wonderful gift.

Photo Credit: A Spoonful of Sugar

A restaurant binder to organize all of those take-out menus and a gift card to a favorite restaurant would make a wonderful gift (@ A Spoonful of Sugar)

Photo Credit: design sponge

For a mom on the go, this tin travel picture frame made from an Altoid tin is absolutely adorable (@ design sponge)

A mix of new music for the mom in your life wrapped creatively in your kid’s beautiful pictures.

Picture Credit: the object project

This Mother’s Day corsage would be a lovely addition to any mom’s wardrobe (@ the object project)

A bag of yummy coffee with a pretty coffee mug painted by your sweet children.

Photo Credit: Make & Takes

This project would be an easy one to do with your children- a beautiful etched glass vase (@ Make & Takes)

A coffee cup or waffle-weave dishcloth with a bottle of hand soap tied with a little raffia.

Photo Credit: Crafty Crow

Another adorable craft to do with your small children- sweet little drawer sachets (@ The Crafty Crow)
A little breakfast in bed is always appreciated by moms. How about some of these lighter than air waffles with a cup of homemade vanilla chai tea?

Photo Credit: zakka life

Here is another sweet little sachet for Mother’s Day- these are filled with lavender (@ zakka life)

Photo Credit: Three Peas in a Pod

I don’t know very many moms who would not appreciate homemade bath salts in a pretty jar (@ Three Peas in a Pod)

What fun crafts or gifts have you done with your children for Mother’s Day? What gift has meant the most to you?

Published May 06, 2009 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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