Are You Stumped on Mother’s Day Gift Ideas?
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My kids are of the age that I get to grab my own mother’s day gifts to compliment their handmade gifts from school. I found a couple that I’m crazy about, and as I narrow my list, I wanted to share my Mother’s Day gift ideas in case you were doing the same thing or shopping for the mothers in your life.
Foodstirs Bakers Club
I’d never heard of this company, and when I initially checked it out, I worried it would be lack in the personality department. But! They boasted organic and natural, so I looked anyway. Wow, am I glad I did. The pictures of the recent baking kit deliveries are awesome. The rainbow pancakes and campfire smores brownies are calling my name, and the baking kit makes the process seem doable (multi-colored pancakes, until I saw this, seemed pretty much impossible for me).
Check out Foodstirs Bakers Club for 15% off for new customers, or when I was on their site, they had a 20% off mother’s day sale. Promo code: MOM.
Flowers of the Month Club
If baking isn’t your/ her thing, but the idea of a gift that keep on giving sounds fun, my next find was a more traditional gift that is also more than just a one-time bouquet. Flowers of the Month Club! Flowers are delivered for a year at the start of the month. I kinda, sorta love that because it’s nothing that I’d do on my own, but something I could absolutely get behind!
When on I clicked their link, at the time of writing this post, there was a Mother’s Day sale, up to $25 dollars off. Seems like a solid deal to check out.
Chicago Steaks’ Strawberry Cheesecake
Maybe it’s because I’m hungry right now, but when I scrolled through their website filled with amazing food (filet, lobster, and more…), I couldn’t get beyond the strawberry cheesecake. A review called is “sinful” and the description boasts whole strawberries. So, yeah, it’s on the list, and they’re having a cheesecake sale if you needed a little push to put this on your Mother’s Day gift idea list.
The final Mother’s Day gift idea on my gift-to-myself list is from a loose tea company. Specialty tea isn’t something I’d normally buy, but since it is my special day, I have it on my Mother’s Day gift list.
They have beautifully packaged Mother’s Days gifts, but you can mix and match for a great gift too as everything is reasonably priced. Here are a couple things that caught my eye:
Green Tea Sampler: This was strictly personal preference. They had several types of teas and samplers, ranging from teas that you’d expect like Darjeeling, Chamomile,and ones that just sounded cool to try like Sweet Potato and Dragon Sampler. Many also had decaf options, like this Decaf Green Tea Sampler.
Berries Tea Sample: Crazy for berries? Tart and sweet, this loose tea sampler can keep summer in your cup year-round. Strawberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, and Raspberry teas are included.
Glass and Tea Infusor: I don’t usually make tea from loose leaves. But this simplifies the entire process.
Teapot: This is more traditional way to make tea, and the set includes the infusor. I can also share a cup of tea using the set (as compared to the glass-infusor combo above).
What Will I Choose?
I haven’t decided yet! But, as I glance up, it seems like my gifts were all simple, breathtaking, fun, and/or tasty. I’ll keep you posted about what I choose. What are you going to get or gift? I’d love to know.
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