25+ Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

How to please the clos­est per­son on a hol­i­day and how to make sure that you like the sur­prise? We choose what to give for Moth­er’s Day and offer sev­er­al non-banal options
25+ Gift Ideas for Mother's Day
What to give for Moth­er’s Day. Pho­to: @misha-voguel, pexels.com

Moth­er’s Day in Rus­sia is cel­e­brat­ed on the last Sun­day of Novem­ber, but this day has its own dates in dif­fer­ent coun­tries.

This rel­a­tive­ly new hol­i­day for our coun­try is a great occa­sion to con­grat­u­late dear moth­ers and remind us how much appre­ci­ate their love and care.

And what to give for Moth­er’s Day? You can please your moth­er on a hol­i­day sim­ply by show­ing con­cern for her. Sign her up for a mas­sage or take her to your favorite restau­rant. When the bud­get is lim­it­ed, order a cake with a con­grat­u­la­to­ry inscrip­tion and go to vis­it her.

If you want to give a more inter­est­ing present, look at a selec­tion of 25 ideas from We.

Top 25 Mother’s Day Gifts

First, con­sult with your broth­ers and sis­ters, if you have any, it might be worth buy­ing a pooled gift from every­one. Sec­ond­ly, think about your last con­ver­sa­tions: sud­den­ly mom men­tioned what she would like to buy or try. Third­ly, think about her hob­bies: a present of inter­est will always come in handy. Fourth, take a look at our list — maybe it is in it that you will find the very idea.

Use­ful gifts for home

1. Steam cleaner

Steam cleaner
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This device removes dirt from var­i­ous sur­faces with the help of direct­ed steam with­out the use of house­hold chem­i­cals. Steam clean­ers dif­fer in size (there are both large and com­pact mod­els) and have dif­fer­ent noz­zles: for wash­ing win­dows, floors, car­pets, and so on. For aller­gy suf­fer­ers, in gen­er­al, an indis­pens­able thing in the house, because the device destroys dust ll and even neu­tral­izes sharp spe­cif­ic odors.

2. Plaid

Soft blanket
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Such a prod­uct has many tex­tures and sizes, so there is always the oppor­tu­ni­ty to pick up some­thing new: a clas­sic can­vas with tas­sels and check­ered col­ors for an arm­chair, or a fluffy shag­gy bed­spread for a bed. Choose a blan­ket that match­es the inte­ri­or in your par­en­t’s home. To add even more cosi­ness to the gift, com­ple­ment it with your moth­er’s favorite tea.

3. Painting from stabilized moss

moss painting
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Moss pan­els make the inte­ri­or of the house more envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly and nat­ur­al. Real moss, as a rule, rein­deer moss, is treat­ed with a spe­cial com­pound and tint­ed. Thanks to this, the plant becomes sta­bi­lized: insects will not start in it, it will not begin to grow, but it will not with­er for at least five years. At the same time, such prod­ucts do not require any care: no water­ing, no prun­ing, no fer­til­iz­ers. At most, once every cou­ple of months you will have to blow off the dust with a hair dry­er. The larg­er the pan­el, the more spec­tac­u­lar it will look in the inte­ri­or.

4. Shopping bag

Shopping bag
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These handy bags have become part of our every­day life and now their shapes, designs and col­ors are amaz­ing. Depend­ing on the mate­r­i­al, it can be used not only for shop­ping, but also as a clas­sic bag, or a string bag for stor­ing pota­toes under the sink — depend­ing on what your mom’s imag­i­na­tion lasts. If desired, you can order a spe­cial inscrip­tion or draw­ing that will be applied to the bag — the thing will become exclu­sive.

5. Banks for storing cereals

Cereal jars
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The once ordi­nary house­hold uten­sils have long become not only a must-have item in the kitchen, but also an ele­ment of decor. Stor­age con­tain­ers for bulk prod­ucts can be made of glass, plas­tic or met­al. The most pop­u­lar now are glass jars with air­tight wood­en lids. They can be pur­chased with styl­ish stick­ers or a per­ma­nent mark­er to sign prod­ucts on cans.

Tech Gifts

6. Tablet

E-book or tablet
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A mod­ern tablet is a mini-com­put­er that is not dif­fi­cult to car­ry in a purse, and it is more con­ve­nient to use it than a smart­phone. If you com­ple­ment the gift with a spe­cial stand, your moth­er will have a con­ve­nient enter­tain­ment sta­tion, for exam­ple, in the kitchen. Through this instal­la­tion, you can spend time cook­ing, watch­ing a series, chat­ting with friends on instant mes­sen­gers, or turn­ing on an appli­ca­tion with step-by-step recipes and cook­ing new dish­es with your tablet.

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7. Portable charger

External battery for charging gadgets
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A gad­get for those who always for­get to charge their phone and at the same time spend enough time on the road. If your mom is on the go but wants to keep her con­nect­ed all the time, a 10,000 mAh exter­nal bat­tery will be enough to keep her smart­phone run­ning all day long. Mod­els with high­er ener­gy capac­i­ty can sup­port a bat­tery charge for up to three days, but their large size and ight of more than half a kilo­gram are no longer so con­ve­nient — such a device can hard­ly fit in a wom­an’s hand­bag.

8. Keychain for finding keys

Keychain for finding keys
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A uni­ver­sal gift that has long ceased to look only for keys. The clas­sic mod­el worked on the whis­tle response prin­ci­ple: a pen­dant attached to the keys react­ed to the sound and emit­ted a sig­nal indi­cat­ing its loca­tion. The new key fobs work with the help of a spe­cial appli­ca­tion in the phone and Blue­tooth. The loca­tor device can be put in a wal­let, attached to keys and even to the col­lar of a beloved pet. If the thing you need is lost, just open the appli­ca­tion on your phone, press the search but­ton and lis­ten to where the sound comes from. The device also works in the oppo­site direc­tion: if the phone is lost, you can press the key fob but­ton — the appli­ca­tion on the phone will start emit­ting a sig­nal.

9. Smart ring

smart ring
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An alter­na­tive to pop­u­lar smart watch­es, only more com­pact, which is why it has much less func­tion­al­i­ty, but the nov­el­ty looks very styl­ish. The jel­ry has an NFC chip, through which a con­nec­tion is estab­lished with the own­er’s smart­phone. The ring can be used as an inter­com key or con­tact­less pay­ment for pur­chas­es, and it also mea­sures steps, calo­ries burned and heart rate. More expen­sive and advanced mod­els have a voice assis­tant, thanks to which calls and mes­sages are received on the ring.

10. Electric mill

electric mill
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Salt or pep­per shak­er, or a whole set of devices pored by con­ven­tion­al AA bat­ter­ies. Acces­sories are sup­plied with con­tain­ers for loose spices with a grinder. At the touch of a but­ton, salt or pep­per is crushed into pow­der and imme­di­ate­ly dis­pensed from the salt shak­er. As soon as you stop press­ing the but­ton, the process of grind­ing and spice sup­ply will stop. The main advan­tage of these gad­gets is that the noz­zles do not clog, which means that you don’t have to shake the salt shak­er a hun­dred times and the sea­son­ing dosage will always be cor­rect.

Gifts for health

11. Workout kit

Training set
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For active women who are not alien to sports, a good gift would be a thing relat­ed to fit­ness. A yoga mat, for exam­ple, is used not only in the prac­tice of ancient teach­ings, but also dur­ing nor­mal exer­cis­es at home or as a bed­ding in nature. Rugs vary in thick­ness, come with a mesh frame inside, anti-slip, with a mas­sage effect, and even with touch sen­sors. And if you don’t know what kind of sports your mom would pre­fer, you can choose a whole fit­ness set that includes dumb­bells, a mat, a drink­ing bot­tle and oth­er sports acces­sories.

12. Sterilizer

Sterilizer
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A present-day gift that will take care of germs on fre­quent­ly used appli­ances. The most pop­u­lar mod­els ster­il­ize things using ultra­vi­o­let light. The scope of its appli­ca­tion depends entire­ly on the size. The most bud­get and com­pact gad­gets are designed exclu­sive­ly for clean­ing smart­phones or keys. In larg­er devices, even clothes can be ster­il­ized.

13. Nitratomer

Nitratomer
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If your mom is watch­ing her diet, she will def­i­nite­ly need a nitrate tester, which deter­mines not only the qual­i­ty of the prod­ucts, but also mea­sures the hard­ness of the water. The device is equipped with a com­pos­ite probe that takes a sam­ple from sev­er­al places at once to give a com­plete analy­sis of the prod­uct. In addi­tion to nitrates, the gad­get can deter­mine the lev­el of radi­a­tion and search­es for areas with increased elec­tro­mag­net­ic radi­a­tion.

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14. Sleep mask and earplugs

Sleep mask
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With age, peo­ple’s sleep becomes more and more dis­turb­ing and sen­si­tive, so var­i­ous acces­sories help to keep calm nights. First of all, if light enters the mother’s bed­room, for exam­ple, from a lantern in the win­dow, it is more dif­fi­cult for her to fall asleep than in com­plete dark­ness. That’s what sleep masks are for. Many of them have a cute design, some are made of nat­ur­al silk, there are prod­ucts in which you can put pads with heat­ed gel to relax the para­or­bital zone dur­ing sleep. Com­plete the gift with earplugs. The ide­al mod­el is made in the form of an umbrel­la with sev­er­al tiers. It is these earplugs that can real­ly block out all sounds (even dad’s snor­ing near­by) and let a per­son get enough sleep.

15. Electric foot massager

Foot warmer
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Such a gad­get is very dif­fer­ent from clas­sic mas­sage devices — this is what makes it inter­est­ing. First­ly, it looks like a very long knit­ted sock or boot, which already makes it a dec­o­ra­tive ele­ment. Sec­ond­ly, the warmer has the most del­i­cate plush lin­ing, in which it is pleas­ant to immerse the feet. The boot has pro­tec­tion against over­heat­ing, gen­tly mas­sages the feet, is pored by elec­tric­i­ty, is easy to fold and car­ry, and also has dif­fer­ent col­ors and designs.

beau­ty gifts

16. Tippet

Stole
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The acces­so­ry is ide­al as a gift on Moth­er’s Day in Novem­ber to update her wardrobe for autumn-win­ter with a new lit­tle thing. The stole can be bright and col­or­ful or, on the con­trary, calm nude shades — choose the col­or scheme that your moth­er prefers. If there are enough such capes, as ll as scarves, scarves and snoods in her col­lec­tion, con­sid­er buy­ing a styl­ish pon­cho.

17. Makeup Mirror

Makeup mirror
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A cos­met­ic mir­ror is the gift that you can always find in a more inter­est­ing design and improved ver­sion than you already have. In addi­tion to an addi­tion­al mag­ni­fy­ing glass and light­ing, the prod­uct can be equipped with a saucer for jel­ry or sev­er­al con­tain­ers. There are mir­rors equipped with hooks for chains and rings. For lovers of trav­el, those that are col­lect­ed in a com­pact box, or mir­ror-books that fold into a flat fold­er, are suit­able.

18. A set of silk pillowcases

Set of silk pillowcases
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Recent­ly, der­ma­tol­o­gists have begun rec­om­mend­ing that women change the pil­low­cas­es sleep on more often. We didn’t think about the fact that every day our face comes into con­tact with a tis­sue that absorbs sebum, sub­se­quent­ly spread­ing it all over the face with every touch. And there is an opin­ion that pure cot­ton, along with fat, also absorbs mois­ture, which is nec­es­sary for the skin. There­fore, uni­ver­sal gifts appeared on the mar­ket: sets of silk pil­low­cas­es. Such a gift will not only pro­tect the skin from mois­ture loss, but also make sleep even more enjoy­able. The main thing is to pun­ish mom to change pil­low­cas­es as often as pos­si­ble.

19. LED face mask

LED mask
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A mod­ern gad­get for facial skin reju­ve­na­tion works by expos­ing the skin to light waves. This pro­ce­dure is called LED ther­a­py. Each col­or used in the mask is respon­si­ble for a spe­cif­ic area of ​​appli­ca­tion. Thanks to all the spec­tra that are in the gad­get, you can cleanse and tight­en the skin of the face, as ll as even out the tone and smooth out wrin­kles. True, man­u­fac­tur­ers warn that it is impor­tant to use the device in com­bi­na­tion with masks, serums and creams. There­fore, it is advis­able to add them to the gift too.

20. Korean cosmetics

Cosmetics
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Enrich your mom’s col­lec­tion with a sup­ply of patch­es — not only for the eyes, but also for the lips. Add to the gift all the most unusu­al Asian prod­ucts that can sur­prise: aloe gel in the form of a petal, a set of Kore­an serums in the form of hearts, stars and balls, or a scrub egg. If you don’t have time to look for all these strange things, buy a set of Kore­an cos­met­ics, which already includes a vari­ety of creams and masks.

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Present by inter­est

21. Garden and garden accessories

Accessories for the garden and vegetable garden
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If mom spends all sum­mer long in the gar­den, a good gift would be a set of flor care tools or a sup­ply of gloves with spe­cial claws for gar­den­ing. And if you don’t under­stand gar­den­ing at all, buy a gift cer­tifi­cate to a gar­den store, a knowl­edge­able per­son will sure­ly find some­thing they need there.

22. Phytolamp

Phytolamp
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This is an indis­pens­able thing for seedlings. In the spring, new­ly emerged plants need a lot of light, much more than it gets from the street from the win­dow in most city apart­ments. And the phy­to­lamp is a rather eco­nom­i­cal device, it con­sumes lit­tle ener­gy, but thanks to the direct­ed beams of a dif­fer­ent spec­trum, it allows toma­toes and cucum­bers to devel­op as they need. By the way, addi­tion­al light­ing is use­ful for many indoor flors. If your moth­er is their lover, then the phy­to­lamp can be pre­sent­ed to her as ll.

23. Wooden puzzle

Wooden puzzles with pictures from your favorite cartoons
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If your mom wor­ries a lot, give her things that help her relax. Ecop­uz­zles work like art ther­a­py: they help you take your mind off your dai­ly rou­tine, relieve stress, and focus on sin­u­ous pat­terns and mys­te­ri­ous strokes. As a result, she will col­lect a unique work. Some mosaics are sold imme­di­ate­ly with acces­sories — the result can be hung on the wall or placed on the table as an inte­ri­or dec­o­ra­tion.

24. Laser scissors

Scissors with laser
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A moth­er who loves to sew is a god­send for all gift givers. She can end­less­ly give a vari­ety of acces­sories and nov­el­ties in the world of pat­tern and sewing. One of these is scis­sors with a laser, which allow you not to spoil the fab­ric by mark­ing it with chalk, but imme­di­ate­ly cut along a laser strip that indi­cates the direc­tion. Even if your par­ent just some­times hems the cur­tains, the gift will already be rel­e­vant in her life.

25. Set for creating topiary

Topiary set
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For cre­ative women who have already tried cross-stitch­ing and paint­ing by num­bers, can offer an inter­est­ing new hob­by. Top­i­ary is an orna­men­tal tree, spher­i­cal in shape. There are kits on sale that already con­tain every­thing you need to cre­ate such a ball. If you like the activ­i­ty, you are pro­vid­ed with gift ideas for sev­er­al hol­i­days ahead, since the design options and col­ors that these trees can be made into are end­less. There is also an option to buy ready-made top­i­ary to dec­o­rate mom’s rooms.

How to choose a gift for Mother’s Day

  1. When you are afraid not to guess — feel free to buy your moth­er’s favorite sets or flors, but in much larg­er quan­ti­ties than usu­al, to indi­cate the spe­cial­ty of this day.
  2. When choos­ing a present, remem­ber how old your moth­er is. If she is young, look for bold, bright gifts. An old­er woman will rather appre­ci­ate a more con­ser­v­a­tive and prac­ti­cal thing.
  3. The gift does­n’t have to be for­mal. It is impor­tant to empha­size your rela­tion­ship with your clos­est per­son. There­fore, when going for a present, choose what your moth­er real­ly needs and what she will use.
  4. An alter­na­tive to a use­ful thing can be a cre­ative sur­prise that reminds you of your rela­tion­ship with your moth­er. For exam­ple, a pho­to book from your joint pic­tures or a pho­to pan­el on the wall.
  5. If you decide to choose a “house­hold” gift for Moth­er’s Day, you should not buy a set of pots or anoth­er fry­ing pan. Try to find some­thing more mod­ern from kitchen gad­gets.

Com­plete the select­ed gift with a card or a cute bou­quet of flors. Do not for­get to accom­pa­ny the pre­sen­ta­tion with a sin­cere com­pli­ment or affec­tion­ate words. For mom, the main thing is your atten­tion.