Mothers Day is round the corner and I’ve found some great finds for gifts for the special women in our lives! I’ve put together some of my favourite bits (that I may or may not be buying for you Mum if you are reading this!) Enjoy!
‘Look what I made for YOU’ frames, £10.
I adore these frames, we have on for Frankie in his bedroom for all of his nursery artwork, such a good idea to display their drawings & in a modern way (especially when there’s no more room on the fridge!)
Kim works full time in a high pressured job which involves shift work. She started ‘Krafty Kim‘ with a passion for making unique things and after seeing her niece bring home loads of pictures and makes that don’t always fit on the fridge, she decided to start making the boards! She loved it and still has it now!
Vases £20 each. Bath and bottles set £25. Message in a bottle £16.50. Light up bottles £10.
I adore the mirrored vases, such a beautiful way of displaying a message & hopefully flowers bought on Mothers Day!
Kim works for herself at ‘Nana’s scrabble art and crafts‘. Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, she has posted some of heritems allover the world via her Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Nanasscrabbleart.
Mother’s Day Frames £19.50. Inspirational Notebooks £6. Birthday Calendar £15. Personalized hearts £7. Jewellery box £25. Sewing box £35. Scarf hanger £7.50. Scrap book with vase £16. First my mum plaque £15.50.
The birthday calendar is the ideal gift for the busy Mum!
Rachel is originally from Australia and moved to London to be with her now husband 12 years ago. They have 2 boys and a girl together and live in Belvedere, Kent. Rachel has always loved making things for friends and family and decided to start her business last November so that she could work from home and be around during the holidays and after school.
By Cecily candles come in Fresh Linen or Pink Champagne & Grapefruit – £19.50 each.
They smell amazing! As do all of By Cecily’s candles and wax melts!
Cecily started making her own wax melts and candles in June 2018. She made her gran some who liked them so much that she gave her the idea to start selling them. She thought it was so much nicer gifting something that is completely handmade rather than a mass produced product. Cecily lives in Essex with her boyfriend and their rescue cat Dexter.