I hope you have been enjoying The Crafted Collective. Remember the other hosts: Kirsten of Sweet Tea and Saving Grace, Bethany of Pitter and Glink and Kara of Happy Go Lucky? We love sharing with you so many ideas. This week it’s all about DIY Mother’s Day Gifts. Mother’s Day gifting can be rough, but it doesn’t have to be. Mom’s generally want a gift from the heart. What is more from the heart than a DIY Mother’s Day Gift? I’m not sure.
If you mom loves chocolates, whip up this adorable DIY chocolate box from Live Laugh Rowe.
Or, print off one of these candy bar wrappers for a simple Mother’s Day gift from Pretty Providence.
If your mother loves to cook or have tea, create this beautiful trivet from pebbles. Find out how from Time 2 Save.
Mom’s know we love them, but remind them each and everyday by making this little “You Are Loved” block from Artsty Fartsy Mama.
Or show your love for her with these cute frames and a photo of the two of you! Learn how to make these from Simply Designing.
Another photo gift that mom will swoon over is this photo pillow. Choose fabric that match her living room, bedroom or just her favorite color. Learn how to add the photos and recreate this pillow from Polka Dot Chair.
If your mom loves a good candle, create a personalized DIY Sharpie candle from Happiness is Homemade.
If your Mother is hard to by for, create a custom state pride cheese board. This is a fun gift with food and a DIY project. Learn how to make the board from Addicted 2 DIY.
Many women love stationary. Some moms would love to have their very own letter writing station. Plus, it is adorable. Find all the details at House for Five.
For something simple, sweet and small these keychains are so beautiful. Make one for mom in 30 minutes with the directions from Design Love Fest.
For the mom who love to take a relaxing bubble bath, build her this useful bath caddy. Perfect for keeping all the bath supplies together. Find the building plans over at Sawdust Girl.
Does your mom love to read? Giver her a set of personalized wooden hand stamped bookmarks. These are durable and adorable. Get the full tutorial over at The Shabby Creek Cottage.
Add some fragrance to mom’s life with these easy to sew lavender sachets. If your mom likes a different scent do that instead, but learn how over at The Happier Homemaker.
Or make something really useful for a gift for Mother’s Day, like anti-bacterial soap. Using citrus learn how to whip this up in 10 minutes over at Happiness is Homemade.
If mom loves to cook and you love to sew. Follow the pattern from Let’s Eat Grandpa and make this casserole potholder. It looks really neat.
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