Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, we’re kicking off the holiday season with five days of gift guides for the trickiest among us. Do you have a friend who’s a HBIC and buys everything herself? Or if you’ve got a dad who used to be into fitness but now just really loves puzzles. No matter how tricky they are, you can’t show up empty handed and we’ve got you covered. Launching into our first gift guide: Moms who only ask for “quality time”.
Let mom turn all that quality time into memories she can print and keep forever. If she’s going to insist on taking the photos, she might as well get a few printed and off her phone.
Look, you know the only thing your mom really wants is to hang out with you. Guarantee some quality time together and book a fun class around town. Whether it’s a pottery session, a cooking class for the two of you, or a wine and paint night, she’ll love it. A local Sur La Table may even offer classes.
It’s time to take your mom’s tea game up a notch. Pair this tea infuser with a nice selection of tea leaves and she’ll forget she ever drank Lipton.
Who doesn’t love a nice leather good? Treat your mom to something pretty that she can use for travel or even just organizing her purse (because she keeps EVERYTHING in there). Even better? Throw in some fun beauty or bath products too.
Remind your mom that not all grandchildren are of the human variety. Make one of these paw print ornaments so she can be reminded of her furry grandkids this Christmas. Also makes a great thank you gift when she pet sits for the millionth time without complaining. DIY these ornaments yourself with Sculpey and mini stamps to imprint names.