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All moms can appreciate a gift from their beloved progeny. And when it comes to getting something for Mom, the more sentiment behind it, the better, regardless of cost. While you could easily buy a Mother's Day gift for the person that brought you into the world, why not go the extra mile this year by creating a little something handmade with love? Each of these adorable DIY's are both simple to do and will make your gift have that extra special touch that a mother would appreciate: that it was made by one of her favorite people in the whole wide world, you. You can start by creating the cardboard banner above via StudioDIY to surprise her in the kitchen with while you're making her breakfast.
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For the mom who loves her afternoon cuppa, this adorable tea set is made simply by purchasing a plain pot, cup and saucer, illustrating the accessories in sharpie, then baking them to allow it to set. Here's the instructions via CountryLiving with printable illustrations to DIY this version yourself.
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Learn how to DIY this suede and gold-leaf mousepad via Lovely Indeed, then give it to your Mom for to brighten her office (and Pinterest sessions!).
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Rather than hitting up Bath & Bodyworks, here's a yummy soap recipe you can DIY for your mom (and customize it however you want!). This one via A Beautiful Mess is grapefruit mint poppyseed soap, but you can create some using your mom's favorite scents.
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All moms can get into more bags for separating laundry. DIY this sweet one via Design Love Fest for a great laundry room brightener.
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If you've got more time on your hands, here's gift that'll definitely up the "wow" factor on Mother's Day. This DIY bubble chandelier via Martha Stewart is the perfect new decor addition to your mom's dining room—and will make hers the chicest on the block.