You've still got time to make a DIY gift basket for mom. I put this one together on my latest shopping trip to Marshalls. For just about $40, I was able to create a thoughtful, sweet gift for my mom.
How to Make Your DIY Gift Basket for Mom
I started in the housewares department. I'm sure you all know Marshalls is so much more than just clothing and shoes, they have amazing deals on home goods. I always get inspired...and start with a cart to load up my goodies.
My mom is re-doing her powder room so I knew I wanted to get her some goodies to make the room look finished. I began with the sweet Family Rules artwork. I've seen similar art before, but not for under $10!
Then I found a basket to work with, I always like little baskets in bathroom to hold either paper towels or cloth towels. This dark brown one will have many uses and is a perfect item to gather all my gifts.
Once you've got your basket, it's time to fill it. I found a great set of bee handtowels in a neutral color with gold accents.
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Then I added a scented a pretty lotion or soap dispenser from Cyntia Rowley and a pretty candle from Scentsational. My mom is from Maryland so when I saw the crab on front, I knew she had to have this particular one.
Having all the inspiration for a great gift in one spot sure makes my life easier. Marhsalls has it all from the basket and art work to the final touches.
From there, I just need to tuck in a card. I got this lovely printable card from Kayla Aimee's blog. She has lots of inspiring work, this card is just the lovely thing to finish off the gift.
Have you finished your Mother's Day shopping? How are you celebrating mom? It's not too late to make something personal and pretty. I hope this inspires you! For more Mother's Day DIY idea, you might want to check out this post.
And get more ideas from our Mother's Day Pinterest Board:
This is not a sponsored post. Marshalls did give us a gift card to create this gift.