Every Mother’s Day, we become the ‘when your mother deserves the Earth but you can’t afford a pair of socks’ meme, personified. Mix things up this year and replace last minute flowers with these 17 DIY gift tutorials from Pinterest.
And before you start to take out the sewing machine or buy a glue gun, they are relatively easy to assemble, so you could Actually be able to try them without losing a finger. But don’t hold us back.
Ps, it’s Sunday March 31st, for info.
Jewelry dish with cooper trim
If jewelry seems out of your budget, make a super cute jewelry dish with copper accents instead.
These colorful vases are much easier to make than you might think and seem to cost a lot more.
OK OK, so this is a * little * cop DIY, but it’s homemade and that’s what matters, right?
Marbled votive candles
HOW CUTE? These marbled votive candles are as pretty as they are achievable (although it may be worth considering in a practice lap).
A spa in a jar
A spa in a jar is a super easy way to pack all of your mom’s favorite brands together in a thoughtful package.
Custom Scrabble Frames
Put your board game skills to the test and think about your gift this year with these cute personalized frames.
Milk & Honey Soap
Don’t be put off by the idea of ââmaking your own soap – this 10 minute DIY is a lot easier than it looks.
Wire Wrapped Stone Pendant
While you might have to prepare yourself to get all the right components to craft these stone pendants, it is well worth it for the finished look of Oliver Bonas.
Wire photo display
Combine a homemade gift with family photos for guaranteed brownie points.
Give Lush a run for their money with homemade (and non-toxic) bath sparklers made from essential oils and dried flowers.
Pom Pom Cushion
A bigger project for the DIY enthusiasts among us, choose colors that will complement your mom’s living room with this pom pom pillow.
Mini mountain photo holder
Offer something super unique with these DIY mountain photo holders, made from clay and paint.
There is nothing more appealing than something fresh baked in the oven, especially in the same chocolate chip cookies in a mason jar.
H&M, Topshop, River Island and many more all have pom pom earrings right now, but go better and make your own.
Japanese printed bowls
These printed bowls will take a bit more skill than some of the other Mother’s Day DIY ideas, but they’re well worth it.
Like the Japanese print bowls, this hanging organizer will take a bit of preparation and you will need to purchase the right components up front, but the result looks as good as it is useful.
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