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Mother's Day 2021 is nearly upon us.
Here are some great gift ideas to make it a really special day for a mum, whether you are looking for a gift for your mum, or alternatively some ideas about hints you could drop......)
There is a gift for every type of Mum - which type is your Mum? Whether she is Adventurous, Crafty, a Chocolate Lover, Trendy, a Dog Lover, a Colouring Book Fan, Jewellery Lover, the Natural Type or just Needs to be Pampered there is something for her here.
If your Mum loves to try out new and interesting flavours of chocolate, The Chocolate Wonder Hamper would be the perfect gift.
This hamper has a scrumptious mix which includes chocolate truffles, rocky road scrumble, honeycomb pieces, nuts, raisins, truffle and sea salt fudge and much more. From Funky Ham pers.
Containing 8 Lush products, the Happy Mother's Day gift set is is a beautiful way of showing mum your appreciation. The perfect gift for when she needs to take a moment, breathe, and emerge empowered, ready to take on the world. From Lush
Colouring is a massive trend for 2021, both for relaxing and inspiring creativity. The Mother's Day: The Gift of Colouring: The Perfect Anti-Stress Colouring Book For Mums contains a beautiful collection of newly created, highly-detailed and mesmerising illustrations.
Guaranteed to give Mum hours of fun and enjoyment, especially for Mother’s Day. From Amazon.
For the mum who likes to challenge themselves iFLY Indoor Skydiving would make a thrilling gift on Mother's Day. With locations across the UK, training and all the equipment you ned are included. From Buyagift.
For the Mum who likes to try something new, how about this Kirstie Allsopp Needle Felting Kit. You can make felted buttons, brooches and beads, as well as personalise fabric and apparel.
Whether you are a novice or a seasoned expert, this kit contains everything you will need.
Get creative with our Mother's Day Colouring Pictures.
Last updated 11th February 2021
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