There is no need to buy expensive stuff when you can present Mom with homemade Mother’s Day gifts.
They may not cost a lot of money, but the thought and effort you put in will make these items priceless treasures your mom will cherish.
Make Beeswax Candles
Put the wick lengthwise at the beeswax sheet end. Make sure there is half an inch hanging out so you can light it up.
Push the wick in the wax. Use a hair dryer to soften it if needed.
Roll the sheet beginning from the end with the wick. Roll it tight so the candle burns longer.
If you want thicker candles, roll another sheet on the candle. Soften the wax down at the end seam with a hair dryer.
Create a CD of Mom’s Favorite Songs
This is an easy homemade Mother’s Day gift to make. You can download her favorite songs from the Web and burn them.
There are several free computer programs that make this process simple.
Use a CD label-making program to give the label a Mother’s Day design. You can purchase CD jewel cases cheaply too.
Use a software graphics program to add Mother’s Day designs for the back and front cover.
Make a Picture Frame
You will need a simple picture frame. Next, get some beads, jewelry, or other items you want to use for decoration.
Use a glue gun to fasten the beads/ornaments to the frame.
Put a picture of you and your mom in the frame. To finish making this gift, write down a Mother’s Day message.
Present Mom with Flowers
Get an ordinary vase. Cut some colorful fabrics or ribbons. Use a glue gun and attach it around the vase.
Put mom’s favorite flowers in it. Arrange it any way you like. Place a bow on the vase.
Download some handmade card templates online. Decorate this homemade Mother’s Day gift with pictures of Mom. Add some roses around the image.
Write a message and express your thanks for everything she has done.
You can also buy cards and use glue to stick the pictures and rose cutouts on them. Use markers to write the messages down.
Homemade Photo Albums
Collect family pictures and place them on one side of the album. On the other side, write down the memories associated with the photos.
Or you can write poems about your mom instead. You can also write wonderful memories of you and your mom. Give this to your mom and spend the day with her walking down memory lane.
Cook or Bake
Bake some cookies or make a cake. Add a Mother’s Day message to the cake. If you made cookies, place them in a jar.
Place a ribbon on it with your greetings. Make sure the cover has a Mother’s Day theme.
What these homemade Mother’s Day gifts show is that you do not need to spend a lot to make the event special.
Remember this day is all about expressing love for mom. As these ideas make clear, you can do that without busting your budget.