If you're seeking some simple, low-cost, but oh-so-sweet Mother's Day gifts for grandmothers, aunts, friends, etc. keep on reading. Or maybe send a gentle nudge and share this link with your husband if you love any of these ideas for yourself. We wouldn't blame you one bit, we want to make them all!
Homemade Sugar Scrub: Nothing says 'treat yourself' like a homemade body scrub. There are endless ways you can jazz up this jar with cute quotes, flowers, ribbon or more. Get our go-to recipe here.
DIY Pom Pom Blanket: Almost every Mom we know loves curling up in a cozy blanket with some hot tea and a good book or movie as a way to relax. These darling, cozy DIY pom-pom blankets are SO easy to make and such a sweet gift! It's perfect for not only Mother's Day, but would also be fun for a birthday or Christmas gift too. See the full tutorial here!
52 Things I Love About You: We're confident you've seen this idea floating around Pinterest before. If you haven't made it yet - now is the time! Grab a deck of cards, enlist the kid's help and write out 52 reasons why you all love grandma, auntie, etc. down. This is one of those small, super easy gifts that is sure to bring a smile and cherished memory for years to come. Get the full tutorial here.
Mini Polaroid Picture Magnets: This DIY gift is a bit more labor-intensive, but the end result is darling and totally worth the effort! Plus, you can make a bunch and divvy them up for several gifts to family and friends. See the full tutorial here.
Succulent Tea Cups: You can't go wrong with a classy little succulent planted in a vintage (thrifted!) tea cup. Head to goodwill and pick up some vintage tea cups and make tons of these beauties. You'll probably want to make one (or a dozen) for yourself as well. See the full tutorial and get the free printable gift tag here.
We are always on the lookout for ways to keep younger members of the family happily entertained when out and about. It's amazing how having a simple set of toys on hand can make all the difference during family outings! On the blog today we are sharing this simple DIYPeel 'n Stick hack which is sure to keep youngsters playing and having fun.
Learning about symmetry is way more fun when you get to play with building bricks, especially our Pixel Bricks™! We are sharing a really fun and hands-on way to learn an early Math concept through an invitation to decorate butterfly wings.