Last-minute Mother’s Day gift ideas she’ll love
By Brittany Anas
The countdown to Mother’s Day is on and it’s time to show mom that all of those planning skills she’s taught you have stuck. (Read: Reserve that table for brunch and book her that massage at the spa, stat! By the end of the week, you’ll have a much tougher time finding openings).
To help you find gifts she’ll love, Anthropologie has popped open a Mother’s Day gift section on it’s site and the present ideas are darling. We’ve found gifts starting at $8 — plus you’ll earn 3 percent Cash Back on your purchases and other exclusive deals when you shop with ShopAtHome.com. (And, mom always taught you to spot a deal, right?)
- Homegrown Monogram Mug, $8. The secret to a great gift is showing that it’s personalized and well thought-out. We love these fun mugs, but bonus points if you pair it with her favorite coffee roast and bring her coffee on Sunday morning. Another idea? Team it with a subscription to one of her fave publications — whether that’s The New York Times Sunday Magazine or a guilty pleasure celeb-magazine. That way she can have a year of relaxing mornings and some good reading material to flip through while sipping on her coffee.
- Sunny Life Beach Radio, $49. A mini, retro-inspired radio can be taken to the beach and pool this summer so mom can listen to her favorite music while sunbathing. Pair the radio with a fun beach towel or a new beach bag.
- Whale Tail Measuring Cups, $32. If she’s a baker, she’ll love these charming little whale tail measuring cups that she’ll want to leave out on the counter for decoration, too. Try gifting her these measuring cups with a new cook book or some homemade sweets.
- Concha Garden Planter Set, $20 to $40 a piece. If mom has a green thumb or loves decorating, check out this garden planter set that the folks at Anthropologie say was inspired by vibrant Mexican landscapes and traditional papel picado motifs. The planters will add a punch of color to her windowsills or entryways. Add one of her favorite plants, flowers or herbs to the pots to complete the gift. (Pictured)
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