It’s another DIY Friday, which means it’s time to make some stuff!
It’s also Mother’s Day this Sunday, so you better have your gifts in order.
If you’re a procrastinator, that’s okay! Here’s 15 different DIY gift ideas for Mom.
1. DIY Vintage Teacup Candle
These are great because you can find the teacups at almost any antique or second hand store. They’re elegant, minimalistic and simple to make. That’s what makes them the perfect gift. Check out the tutorial here.
Image via Hey Gorgeous
2. Pantry Soaps
Handmade artisan soaps always make a great gift. There’s something great about handmade soap. It’s even more impressive if you make it yourself. Here’s the tutorial for this great gift idea by Martha Stewart.
Image via Martha Stewart
3. Chunky Finger-Knit Pillow
This pillow is cute, and if you’re smart, you’ll pay attention to the colors in your Mother’s house to make a gift that’s personalized just for her. Check out the tutorial over here at Design*Sponge.
Image via Design*Sponge
4. Succulent Wraps
Plants make great gifts because they help liven up the home. With these adorable Succulent wraps, you can add the perfect touch for a completely customizable gift. Read up on this gift idea over here.
Image via Camille Styles
5. Handmade “To-Do List” booklets
Being organized is important and there’s no better way to stay organized (and in style) with these adorable little handmade to-do list booklets. The gold leafing adds the right touch of sophistication contrasting the fun vibrant pink cover.
This tutorial is a must see.
Image via EatSleepCuddle
6. DIY Sunburst Mirror
This retro inspired decor yields the results of a store bought mirror, but is really one of the easiest DIY’s listed here. This is a perfect mix of contemporary and rustic. Check out the tutorial a here at Home Edit.
Image via Home Edit
7. Make Your Own Gift Basket
Not sure what to get your Mom yet? Make her a gift basket. For instance, if your Mom has a green thumb, make her a gift basket with unique items to help beautify her garden. Get inspired by more gift basket ideas over here.
Image via Elizabeth Anne Designs
8. Mom’s Bliss Tea
Help calm your Mother’s nerves with this relaxation tea. This tea is lovely because not only does it relax, but it looks gourmet and just so pretty.
Make sure to jot down the recipe here.
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9. Accordion Pocket Watch Photo Album
This is the perfect idea for the Grandmother or Mother who wants to keep up with the lovely little faces in her life. This could be worn as a necklace, or kept with for a stylish charm. Learn how to make this here.
Image via The Mother Huddle
10. Tiny Polaroid Magnets
These magnets are perfect for showing off the family to good ol’ Mom. This creative DIY tutorial was inspired by the Pantone paint chip magnets. Even better, it uses your Instagram or Vignette photos from your cell phone!
This is how you do it!
Image via Ambrosia Girl
11. Vintage Coat Rack
This coat rack is so easy to make and I love the vintage feel from this coat rack. It’s also really simple to make. All you need are antique coat hooks, the wood to support the hooks, and screws. Check out the tutorial right here.
Image via Remodelista
12. Salt Scrub Pouches
Salt scrubs are great for relaxing and exfoliating your way to a better complexion. There are so many variations of this tutorial as well. You can essentially put whatever bath/shower care you want in there. Check it out!
Image via The Mother Huddle
13. Hanging Bonsai String Garden
This is such a unique gift idea. This is the Kokedama, a Japanese bonsai style of gardening, which translates to “moss ball.” It’s a simple gardening technique, but also yields beautiful results. Read about how to make it here.
Image via Inhabitat
14. Handmade Clay Pots
This is so simple. All you need is oven-bake clay, the rest is up to you!
Check out the tutorial over at Say Yes to Hoboken!
Image via Say Yes To Hoboken
15. Hand Dyed Bouquet of Flowers
Nothing says “I love you” like flowers and with this flower bouquet, you’re practically shouting it (in a good way). This bouquet of flowers goes beyond just flowers… each flower is hand dyed. This is perfect for the woman who loves flowers, and for the gift giver who wants to give more than just a bouquet of flowers. Learn how to do this from HGTV!
Image via HGTV
Even though Mother’s Day is technically two days away, hopefully these give you some last minute ideas! For more great DIY ideas make sure to check back here at DecorSpark!