Have you shopped for Mother’s Day yet? It’s a mere few days away, but I can help you out if you’re stumped for ideas, need a card or even something that the kids can give her!
I created a printable list of mother’s day gift ideas that has something for everyone. From heartfelt gifts like family photos or a handmade craft, to fun presents like lunch out with you or a day shopping at her favorite stores, we have you covered. Plus, free printable cards and bookmarks make it easy to show mom some love. And don’t forget the kids! They can give mom an adorable coloring page they colored or fill out an entertaining questionnaire for her too.
- good book
- fuzzy warm socks
- pretty brush and comb set
- flowers or plant
- bracelet, earrings or other jewelry
- favorite sweet treats or snacks
- gift card for coffee, doughnuts, nursery, restaurant, or store
- personalized, funny or inspirational coffee mug
- nice water bottle or coffee mug with a lid
- sun or baseball hat
- gift basket of something like fruit, grooming items for feet, supplies for her favorite hobby, ingredients to make her favorite treat or dish (or you make her favorite treat or meal for her)
- shopping trip to her favorite store
- lunch out with you
- pictures of family
- personalized photo gift like a blanket, canvas, calendar etc…
- add to a collection she has
- handmade gift like something baked, sewed, crafted, knitted or crocheted
- molding of her children’s handprints
If you’d like, I have 2 types of free printable cards that look really nice printed on cardstock (I use Bright White #65) with your printer. Click on the links below the cards to print.
The graphic below shows what they look like when they first come out of your printer.
To print simply click on the link to open the PDF. Then print in portrait mode with narrow margins. To turn your choice into a card, first fold in half from top to bottom. Then fold in half from side to side, and you have your card. It’s super easy!
I also have an easy envelope template that you can print out, which will be sized just right for your Mother’s Day cards. Download the Printable Envelope here.
Print out with margins set to “narrow.” Then cut around the outside lines.
The interior lines are for folding guidance.
Fold in the sides on the dotted lines.
You’ll need a glue stick for just a few swipes. Fold up the bottom, which is the wider side.
Glue the bottom to the folded-in sides.
After you’ve filled out your card and inserted it into the envelope, fold over the top of the envelope, and glue down with a swipe of a glue stick.
***If you’re not up to making your own envelopes (I promise, it’s easy!), you can also buy size A2 Envelopes that will fit all of my printable cards perfectly. Order once and keep a stash on hand for when you print a card. . Amazon sells them, as do other office supply stores. Amazon sells cute brown Kraft paper envelopes or white ones.
To get the kids involved, print one of these questionnaires out for each child, and have them (or you) fill them out for mom. Many times their answers are quite entertaining. 🙂
The picture below is what they look like printed. There are 3 choices of colors so you can match them with your card and/or bookmark.
A little extra gift to match are these bookmarks. Print them out on cardstock instead of regular printer paper so they’ll be nice and thick. I like #65 cardstock as it works well in my printer. Then cut them out around the dotted lines. If you want to take them up a notch, you can purchase DIY laminating sheets to cover them with.
If your children would like to color something for mom, I’ve included a fun printable coloring page.
Mother’s day coloring sheet
With all these choices you’re sure to please on Mother’s Day!