Mother's Day Gift Ideas

April 19, 2020

Mother's Day Gift Ideas

We know Mothers Day 2020 is going to be difficult for many of us.
Even if our mum lives around the corner, there's a strong chance we won't be able to give her a hug and gifts will be left carefully outside the front door. Businesses everywhere are struggling to stay afloat due to the necessary social distancing, so we are encouraging you to choose carefully where to spend your money this year. 
Here is our small selection of hand-crafted gifts from companies we love, and most of whom we know personally.
For all the Mums struggling to stay sane and upbeat, who answer to "Mummy" 2000 times a day (it's a fact!), who have played the same imaginary game for the 300th time this week, and whom desperately want a facial, a haircut or a manicure and can't - we feel your pain and wish you a huge heartfelt Happy Mother's Day! 

 

mothers day gift ideas kriket Broadhurst jewellery

1. Summer Bloom Print from Meadow Art Collective

2. Handmade Ceramic Mug from Kim Wallace Ceramics

3. Signature Linen Scarf in Pebble Grey from Once Was Lost

4. Lemongrass & Tahitian Lime Candle from Hutwoods

5. Cornflower Blue Seaglass Earrings from Kriket Broadhurst Jewellery

6. Blue Ceramic Plate from Nicola Hart Studios

7. Alice 3XXL Bag from Made in Mada





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