Is it just me or does it seem like Mother’s Day just sneaks up out of no where? If it feels that way to you, and you need some last minute gift ideas, then you have come to the right place. Below are five gift ideas for many different personalities and price points.
Glassybaby’s are hand blown glass votives with a percentage of the proceeds of each votive going to it’s own charity. Each votive is one-of-a-kind, and the real magic happens when a candle is lit inside. Votives retail for $45-$90 depending on the style.
If you are local to the Seattle area you can purchase them at the Glassybaby store in University Village. If you are not, they can be purchased off their website, glassybaby.com.
Sephora Gift Sets
Sephora has some amazing gift sets for sale right now. My favorites include the Stila Glitter On The Go Liquid Eye Shadow Set for $25, the Peter Thomas Roth Meet Your Mask Set for $25, and the Clean Rollerball Layering Collection for $20. All of these are so great, I may or may not have purchased them for myself.
Fitbit’s a great health and fitness tracker backed by amazing customer service. And now through mother’s day they are having a sale saving you up to $50 of select Fitbits. Also if you use a cash back site like Ebates you could get up to 5% cash back on your purchase.
A Good Book
I know my mom loves to read in her spare time, and especially as she travels for work. A couple books that come highly recommended include An American Marriage, Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress, and A Long Way From Home. These can all be found on Amazon, or at your local bookstore.
Succulent Subscription Service
Sign your mom up for a Subscription plant service. They begin from $9.99 and up and have everything from air plants, small plants, and succulents. You can find more information about difference subscription services at cratejoy.com.
Tell me what you bought for your mom this Mother’s Day in the comments below!
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