I have to share these amazing tutorials I’ve come across in the past few days.  They’ve been inspiring me to go handmade for mother’s day!  Yes, we still have time – Mother’s Day is on Sunday.  That leaves us 2 days, 15 hours, and 1 minute until the big day!  So here are some easy-to-make treasures that your mom would love – tutorials and all!

Quick and Easy

Stephanie from Under the Table and Dreaming shares two easy but awesome recipes:  Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub and Vanilla Brown Sugar Body Scrub

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Making a duvet (comforter) cover as gorgeous as this one looks SUPER simple!  Give it a try with this tutorial from Prudent Baby!

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Learn how to make several different types of bath salts, oils, and herbs at Makes and Takes, and make the packaging beautiful simply and cheaply!

Flowers That Will Last…

(left)  A Humble Cup of Lukewarm Tea has a great tutorial for making these flower pens.
(right)  Aren’t these paper roses gorgeous?  Crafting in Croatia shows you exactly how to make them!

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(left) Fabric Paper Flower Tutorial by Scrapbook and Cards Today Mag.
(right) I’m loving these flowers covered with pretty fabric!  Learn how to make them at The Bride’s Diary.

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A little more detailed…

Oh my goodness, hand-painted teacups and saucers!  An amazing tutorial with inspiring photos can be found here on Etsy.  And you can actually buy these on Etsy, too – check out LoucheLab’s shop.

Have fun!  :-)


5 Responses to Go Handmade This Mother’s Day (You still have time!)

  • I’m so excited with what we made this year for all the Grandmas. I can’t post it on my blog because my Mom reads it so I’ve been dying to share!

    I’ve named it “We Love you because…” (I’m such a dork, lol)

    We made four different sized paper flowers (similar to the roses) 8 for each bouquet. Then I cut out the kids hand shapes on colored paper after tracing. We wrote reasons they love their Grandmas on each hand and then folded down two middle fingers to make the ASL sign for “I Love You” Then we glued a paper flower to the folded down fingers (smaller flowers for the smaller hands).

    We attached each flower to a skewer (that we had in the kitchen) and arranged them in a vase (from the dollar store!) filled with Hershey “hugs and kisses.” We printed out a poem and placed it inside the vase facing out saying something along the lines of “we don’t always tell you how much we love you so if you ever wonder or have a rough day you can read why we love you and enjoy hugs and kisses from us to you”

    These turned out SO cute! They were inexpensive, fun and sweet.
    .-= Elizabeth´s last blog ..A Mother’s Day I’ll Always Remember =-.

  • Wow, I need to make some duvet covers for my three girls, so I’ll definitely use that tutorial! That fabric is adorable, too!
    .-= Real Life Sarah´s last blog ..One, Big, Giant BEHIND! =-.

  • Thanks so much for including the homemade scrubs! I greatly appreciate it! I’m off to check out some of the great ideas above! Thanks again – Hope you enjoy your weekend! ~ Stephanie Lynn
    .-= Stephanie Lynn´s last blog ..Soap Balls {for Mom and Kiddies too!} =-.

  • Thanks for these instructions! These projects would all make cute and classy gifts.

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