5/2/13

Inexpensive Heartfelt Meaningful Mothers Day Gift Ideas Under $25.00



Inexpensive Heartfelt Meaningful Mother's Day Gift Ideas Under $25.00

1. Digital  picture of mom and child: Make a frame out of Popsicle sticks or twigs or you can purchase an inexpensive frame at Target or Michaels.

2. Picking spring wild flowers: If you live in an area where wildflowers are in bloom, this would surely put a smile on moms face. Pick out her favorite vase and fill them with wildflowers.

3. Relaxation Pass: If you have Women's club or the WMCA in your area, ask them if they have daily passes. Where we live it is only $10.00 for a day pass to swim, soak in the hot tub, steam room, sauna or exercise.

4. Give the gift of a manicure: Look for a beauty school in your area to purchase a gift certificate for a manicure. Usually under $15.00

5. Flower basket: Replenish mom's  last years flowers basket.  Go to your local nursery pick out 4 or 5 different kinds of flowers that you can critique to your mothers liking. If she wants humming birds, lady bugs or butterflies pick out flowers that will attract these to her flower basket. Hummingbirds love color, especially red. Trumpet Vines, Bee Balm, Columbine and Fuchsia are very popular choices. Candytuft, Butterfly bush, Phlox are famous for attracting butterflies. Angelica, Marigold and Yarrow attract beneficial insects such as lady bugs.

6. Coupon Book: Make your own coupons to give to mom in a homemade mothers day card. Create your coupon book around the age level of your child. Coupons could include; one vacuuming, washing dishes, taking out the trash, a foot rub, paint mom's toe nails (Helpful hint: if child is under five set up lots of newspaper for spillage.) Cook dinner one night , take her out for a ice cream, sweep off the deck, clean out the car, brush the dogs or cat, fill up the water bowl. walk the dog, draw up a bath for mom. The golden coupon could be for solitude, peace and quite for mom to do what ever she has been wanting to do.

7. Reading material: Buy her favorite book or magazine she has been wanting.

8. Personalized book: Younger kids could make mom a special homemade book that expresses how much they love her. Take 5 or 6 pieces of computer paper stacked together, fold in half, put three staples down the folded side to create the binding, provide child with supervision, scissors, glue, felt, tape, markers, crayons, old magazines they can cut pictures out of, and let their creativity flow.


“To hug and to love is like a breath of fresh air.” ~ Intentional Conscious Parenting (Carol Lawrence & Stacy Toten)




Carol and Stacy are intuitively fulfilling a passion to write children's books and support the inner light of the children. We invite you to connect with us and other like minded parents and people who vibrationaly resonate with our message. Visit Intentional Conscious Parenting for author interviews, book reviews, live author chats and conscious parenting articles.


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