Hey friends! Can you believe Mother’s Day is already next month?! My husband is admittedly the “world’s worst gift giver”. I like to try and make things easy on him by letting him know EXACTLY what’s on my wish list. This year I rounded up a few things I’ve been loving and a few things off my wish list to put together my Mother’s Day Gift Guide. Hopefully this will help you shop for your mom, grandma, or even yourself!
**Contains Affiliate Links** A. Let’s Stay Home Sign B. Simply Styling Book C. Shoes D. Wood Bowls E. Wood Platter F. Blue Slippers G. Macrame Wall Hanging H. Iced Coffee Cup I. Socks J. Kitchen Towel K. Wet Brush L. Letterboard M. Hand Towels N. Slightly South of Simple O. Pitcher P. Dutch Blitz
A. Let’s Stay Home Sign– My friend Amber hand paints these signs and each and every one is amazing. Support a small business and get a one of a kind sign when you purchase from her! I get compliments on my sign in the reading nook from her all the time.
B. Simply Styling Book– This book has been on my wish list for a while, and the price was recently reduced on Amazon!
C. Shoes– Does anyone else find it hard to find shoes for when it’s not winter, but it’s not quite sandal season? Or is it only me? I think these might be the ticket.
D. Wood Bowls– These bowls are so gorgeous I’d have to find a spot to display them!
E. Wood Platter– I’m not sure if this quite qualifies as a “platter” but I think it would be perfect for use as a big trivet or serving platter!
F. Blue Slippers– I have these slippers in tan and love them, but they’re looking pretty worn out. I was thinking a fun color might be a bright change for my next pair!
H. Iced Coffee Cup– This coffee cup is my tried and true favorite, I ask for a couple every year, and then somehow lose a few every year.
I. Socks– We’ve been working on building our “capsule wardrobe” of clothing pieces that all work together interchangeably. I’ve realized one thing that’s lacking is more pairs of black socks, and Smartwools are my favorite.
J. Kitchen Towel– These Norwex washcloths are my all time favorite. I have four of them, and they are the only was cloths I use in the kitchen.
K. Wet Brush– On a recent vacation I lost my hairbrush and bought this one at the drug store in a panic. I instantly fell in love with it. I ended up finding my old brush and don’t even want to use it because I love my new one so much!
L. Letterboard– This was a recent purchase that we called my “Late Valentine’s Day Gift”… remember how I said my husband was the “world’s worst gift giver”? Anyways, it is so much fun being able to constantly switch up what it says! My friend Mandi from Vintage Revivals sells them and has decided to offer $15 to my readers with the code MOTHER. Isn’t she the best?! So don’t miss out on this amazing deal!
M. Hand Towels– These are the cheapest and prettiest hand towels ever. We use them in all three bathrooms because they match anything.
N. Slightly South of Simple– This is Kristy Woodson Harvey’s third book and I was lucky enough to get to read an advance copy! I loved it every bit as much as her last two books and highly recommend it! She’s actually agreed to offer a free copy to one of my readers! Just enter using the Rafflecopter at the bottom of my page.
O. Pitcher– This pitcher is beautiful. I can imagine using it for lemonade, or for flowers! Or displaying it in my glass cabinets. Either way it would go to good use!
P. Dutch BlitzThis is a game that I played and loved when I was younger, and recently rediscovered. If you love fast paced competitive card games this is a fun one!
Hopefully that helped you narrow down your shopping list! Thank you so much for reading and following! I hope you feel appreciated for everything you do, on Mother’s Day and ALL year round! Don’t forget to enter below to win a copy of “Slightly South of Simple”!
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