Here are a few more ideas for Mother’s Day from past posts.
A beautiful, rose-covered Mother’s Day Hat Card. The tutorial has lots of pictures, directions for making the swirled paper roses and a template for the hat card.
Last year, I made a Mother’s Day Butterfly Card: a bouquet of stamped and cut out flowers with a vellum butterfly embellishment.
A Glass Tile Pendant would make a pretty gift. Consider a photo in place of decorative paper used in this project.
Speaking of a photo, these Glass Marble Magnets use just that – and what mom (or grandma) wouldn’t enjoy a set of magnets for the fridge with photos of her kids or grandkids?
The classic Mother’s Day treat is breakfast in bed. In bed or at the table, these Buttermilk Lace Pancakes are beautiful and delicious.
If Mom wants to sleep in on her day, she should be allowed that luxury. Serve her Baked Feta with Greens and Avocado Salad for lunch instead of breakfast.
Thick, Chewy Granola Bars are easy to make and would be a nice make-ahead for either breakfast or a treat later in the day. A flexible recipe means lots of yummy possibilities when making these oat bars, loaded with dried fruit and nuts.
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