Let’s just be clear from the very beginning: Mom does not want those lotion and bath gift sets you’ll see prominently displayed at every store. They are tempting, though, because moms can be difficult to buy for. It doesn’t help when their answer to the question “What would you like for Christmas?” is so often, “All of my kids home and happy.” We’ve put together some ideas for those hard to buy for moms on your list that they’ll appreciate almost as much as just having their family around the table.
If the moms in your life have been binge watching “The Home Edit,” like so many of us have, then some cute home organization tools would be perfect for her! These canisters (also available in white) will give her a jumpstart on organizing the kitchen. Plus, those gorgeous canisters will make holiday baking much easier.
Mom & Child Journal
We all know how important it is to write to Mom and make sure we get her knowledge and stories documented, but it’s hard to know how.
This dual journal for mom and child
to be completed and passed back and forth will create charming memories for years to come. Each page has prompts, so children ages 7 to 107 can enjoy this keepsake communication with Mom. Best of all, this gift is perfect whether you live in the same house or on opposite sides of the globe.
Available in multiple finishes, this beautiful jewelry organizer is sure to be a hit! Mom will finally be able to untangle all those necklaces and find that matching earring. Plus, she’ll have an organized place to keep nail polish, perfume, and other accessories on the cute shelf. Pair it with a new bauble or an offer to install it for her and your gift is complete!
For the crafty mom, this convenient little sewing station
will quickly become her favorite gift. It includes a pin cushion, a slot for sewing scissors, and plenty of storage inside for thread, measuring tape, buttons, and any other tools Mom might want handy. She’ll enjoy this pretty little sewing assistant and you will likely get to enjoy the resulting projects!
If Mom has a sense of humor, and especially if she’s potty training or surrounded by boys, these bathroom signs are a necessity. If you really want to impress her, you’ll also include an offer to clean the bathroom, though you can also just have them framed and ready to go. Either way, she’ll definitely appreciate these signs. This one might just make dad giggle, too!
Now that you’ve scored the best gifts for the moms you love, it’s time to treat yourself to this adorable cookie tin
(cookies, unfortunately, not included) from which to enjoy your favorite treats while you get those gifts all wrapped. Let us know which gifts were a hit for the moms on your list. Happy holidays!