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We’re totally bummed that most of us won’t be able to visit the moms in our lives on their special day, but we’re still keeping it fun and sending a thoughtful gift or two. And if your favorite moms are notoriously hard to shop for, we have a feeling they’ll love these gifts. Scroll on for some cool gifts for Mother’s Day that you may want to keep for yourself.
This all-natural hydration trio contains a body polish, face mist and lip conditioner — perfect for any skincare-obsessed mom. And bonus: these beauties will definitely elevate their vanity display.
2. SP Almond Orchid Natural Soy Candle, $22.95
If the mom in your life has been using up her candle collection during quarantine, this gorgeous minimalist design will definitely be appreciated.
Fresh blooms are always a good idea. And this colorful vase is perfect for that super cool mom that needs another statement piece to add to their collection.
Okay, so it’s not the prettiest gift around, but they’ll definitely be thanking you for this organizational masterpiece when they’re switching their handbags in seconds!
If Mom has been attempting to stick with a meal prep plan, this adorable lunch box will inspire her to make it happen!
6. lululemon Everywhere Belt Bag 1L, $38
Put some pep into Mom’s step on her daily walks with this cute belt bag from lululemon. Not a pink kind of person? It also comes in black, a cool black camo print, yellow and silver.
7. Menus: A Book for Your Meals and Memories, $15.49
This illustrated journal is all about keeping track of meals for friends, special occasions, weddings, holidays… you name it. Mom can choose from more than 75 charmingly designed borders to frame the menu, and there’s even a space on the opposite page where guests can sign their names and write little notes.
This heavenly hand cream collection will ensure that Mom will be all set on lotion for a while. This set contains 12 of their most popular travel-sized lotions, so she’s guaranteed to find a new favorite.
9. Aura Digital Photo Frame, $299
This smart frame allows you to instantly display photos from the app to the picture frame, so their space will always have the most current photos of the fam. (Ahem, there’s still no guarantee they’ll be putting away those embarrassing Junior High throwbacks, though.)
Help your mother figure stay centered with this 90-day journal. This guided reflection journal helps to cultivate a sense of gratitude to maximize positive vibes — go ahead and get yourself a copy, too!
11. VAHDAM Imperial Tea Maker, $29.99
Shopping for that mom that appreciates the finer things? They’ll love this gorgeously simple tea maker. Go ahead and scoop up a new mug for them while you’re at it!
12. Milumia Women’s Pajama Set, $20.99-26.99
PSA: Everyone appreciates good pajamas. This supersoft tropical style will have them dreaming of those warm, sunny days right around the corner.
13. Vinebox Wine & Cheese Pairing Set, $87
We’re all missing those wine meet-ups. But until those can happen again, a well-curated wine sampling box is the next best thing. This box contains nine wines to accompany nine different cheeses (not included, but you can totally Instacart that), along with notes of how to pair them.
14. Audible Membership, $15-150
If Mom is missing the library, get her an Audible subscription! Each month, they’ll get to pick out an audiobook of their choice, along with two Audible originals. Did someone say Quarantine Book Club?!
When shopping for cool gifts for Mother’s Day, anything from Ban.do is a must. This adorable tumbler is pretty much guaranteed to earn them a ton of compliments.
16. The Self Care Bucket List Activity Cards, $49.99
Wanna secure your spot as the favorite child? Help Mom strengthen her self-care game and de-stress with these activity cards!
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Allison Wheeler is a writer, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and sixth-generation Texan living in Denton, Texas.