As we flip the calendar over to May today, you might notice there’s just over a week left until Mother’s Day. Have you thought about making something for the woman who kept you in Cheerios and clean clothes for the first several years of your life? If there’s anyone on this planet who will appreciate your crafting efforts, it’s her.
It turns out these cute nest necklaces aren’t all that difficult to make. Learn how with Sweet T Makes Three.
Sisters on Blackwell show how to make this Family Dates Sign. Between my husband and I, we have 15 brothers and sisters (including in-laws), 27 nieces and nephews and one grandnephew, so I think we’d have some months touching the floor.
Treat mom to a relaxing place to enjoy her coffee with this Hammock Chair DIY from A Beautiful Mess.
I know there are a lot of felt flowers out there, but what really caught my eye in this bouquet from Benzie Design is the cute way they made the leaves.
Who could resist this Pina Colada Fudge from Mom on Timeout? Don’t look at me. Just be careful – once Mom knows you can make food, she knows you can make food.
This Paint Stir Stick Flower Box from The Wedding Chicks would be perfect to hold a potted flower or mason jar bouquets.
If Mom likes to travel, this A Frame Organizer from Haberdashery Fun would make a great addition to her bag.
I know this really has nothing to do with it, except that it uses flowerpots, but I think this Plant Pot Family Wind Chime from Craftbits would make a great gift for the mom who likes to spend time outside gardening.
Impress Mom with your woodworking skills by making her this Address Number Wall Planter from Shanty 2 Chic.
This Lawn Chair from CobyUnger on Instructables might be a little outside the norm when it comes to gifts, but I guarantee there’s a mom or two out there that would think it’s perfect.
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!