20 Ways to Pamper Your Mom this Mother's Day

  • PublishedMay 10, 2018

Mother’s Day gifts may come in all shapes and sizes, but what matters most is that they come from the heart.

To inspire you, we’ve suggested ways to make 10 classic Mother’s Day gifts more personal.

Whether you choose the luxurious or kids-can-help option, one thing is for sure — you’re guaranteed to make Mom smile on her special day.

The Gift: Breakfast in Bed

Luxurious: A meal ordered and picked up from her favorite restaurant.

Kids-Can-Help: A special menu planned by the little ones and served on a hand-painted plate.

The Gift: Flowers

Luxurious: A bouquet of store-bought flowers in every room.

Kids-Can-Help: Flowers made from tissue paper or hand-picked from your garden.

The Gift: Spa Experience

Luxurious: A gift certificate to a spa.

Kids-Can-Help: A homemade facial made from ingredients found in the kitchen or a relaxing scalp massage.

The Gift: Jewelry

Luxurious Version: A necklace with her kids’ birthstones.

Kids-Can-Help: A handmade bracelet of colorful beads.

The Gift: Bath Products

Luxurious: Scented bath soaps and salts.

The Gift: Comfy pillow

Luxurious: A luxe satin or brocade lounge pillow.

Kids-Can-Help: A throw pillow made from your kids’ favorite outgrown T-shirt or a small sachet decorated with fabric paint.

The Gift: Artistic Keepsake

Luxurious: A family photograph placed in a gorgeous frame.

Kids-Can-Help: A scrapbook of family pictures or your children’s artwork displayed in a frame.

The Gift: Slippers

Luxurious: A fleece-lined pair in pretty spring colors.

Kids-Can-Help: Solid-color slippers with designs kids can glue on with sequins.

The Gift: Chocolate

Luxurious: A box from Godiva or Jacques Torres.

Kids-Can-Help: Hand-dipped chocolate-covered pretzels or Rice Krispies treats with a Mother’s Day message spelled out in sprinkles or chocolate chips.

The Gift: Quiet Time

Luxurious: A maid and/or babysitter you hire for the week.

Kids-Can-Help: Handmade coupons for household chores Mom can redeem or a house that’s spotless when she wakes up.

SOURCE: Parents

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