Mother’s Day is this weekend, people! If you haven’t found the perfect gift, check out these budget-friendly gift ideas for your mum or the mother-figure in your life.
I was fortunate to receive a few of these products to review at home and I will share the reviews on Facebook and Instagram, so pop over if you need convincing. Personally, I would appreciate any of these items as a Mother’s Day gift, and I know my mum would like them as well.
Water From a Crystal £14.99 from Waterstones – Click here.
These clever hand-blown glass crystals are the perfect way to consistently water your plants. Simply fill with water and place in your flowerpot with the cork stopper facing down. It will drip water into your plant’s soil over the course of 3 to 4 days.
DIY Bird House Japanese Tea House £6.50 from Kikkerland – Click here.
Perfect for bird lovers! Easy to put together. No tools necessary, other than your hands!
Terracotta Vase Collars £19.95 from Ohh Dear – Click here.
These terracotta collars in three sizes are to sit on top of mason jars to help display the perfect sized bouquet. The ideal gift for any flower fans.
Copper Head Massager £8.37 from Amazon – Click here.
Feel the stress and tension melt away because of this spine-tinglingly good copper head massager. Enjoy the goose-bump raising sensation and tingling it gives to make you more relaxed.
Jar & Bottle Opener £15 Kikkerland – Click here.
This unique kitchen essential serves double duty. It will easily open all your jars and bottles. (I received this item for review, and I know it will come in very useful in my kitchen – look out for my video review on Instagram).
Knit Your Own Planter Cover Kit £16 from Urban Outfitters – Click here.
Keep your plants cosy and knit a plant pot cover with this kit by Kikkerland. This kit comes with a pot, yarn needle, and template so you can get creative and knit a cover your plant is sure to love.
Buddha Head Porcelain Mug £16.99 from Maia Gifts – Click here.
This mug will keep you zen! The beautiful design contains a lid to keep your beverage warm. The unique design is by Hector Serrano. The perfect gift for mindful friends or family members that can use a bit of calm in their life. Pair it with a relaxing tea!
ZEROWATER 7 CUP / 1.7L JUG £24.99 from Zerowater – Click here.
ZeroWater’s 7-cup water filtration jug is designed specifically to fit in standard UK fridge doors and is the first in its class to have a sealed lid and reservoir, making it possible to pour water that has already been filtered without spilling water that’s still filtering. This means the reservoir can now be kept full, adding a one cup capacity to the existing 6-cup design. This pitcher features an ergonomic, space-saving design perfect for mini-fridges or for users who prefer a lightweight pitcher.
Felt Pencil Case and Phone Holder £14.99 from Waterstones – Click here.
The case is made of moulded felt with a wooden cover lid. Lid works as ruler & phone stand. Both are held together with an elastic band.
Polymer Jewellery Kit £24.99 from Prezzybox – Click here.
Create your own stylish pieces of jewellery with this lovely Polymer Jewellery Kit. The kit comes with everything you need to make your own unique jewellery, including six colours of polymeric clay, forms for earrings, and a necklace. It makes a brilliant gift for someone who loves crafting!
Kikkerland Five Stages of Happiness Tumblers £14.99 from More Than Just a Gift – Click here.
Set of 2 glasses, each glass has the 5 stages: Sip, Ahhh, Smile, Chuckle & Bliss.
Kikkerland Crafters DIY Banner Kit £22.50 from Jarrold – Click here.
Decorate your own canvas banner with your favourite phrase.
Includes: fabric banner, a brush, tracing paper, carbon paper, templates, and ink.
Mini Ikebana Kit £19.95 from Ohh Dear – Click here.
Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. Get started to make your very own Japanese flower arrangement to create your perfect zen space. (I received a kit to review and I think it will make a great accessory for my relaxing reiki space at home).
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