Moms – they’re worth the world, right? RIGHT. And if you’re looking for a gift for that special Mama in your life, then look no further! In this video, you’ll find a solid list of five unique Mother’s Day gifts under $25. Sometimes it’s easy to get stuck, so we tried to find some cool options you didn’t know or wouldn’t normally think about.
Moms are people too, and as much as we all love chocolates and flowers, I think it’s safe to say that some moms want something a little more unique. So let’s spill the tea on some ideas!
For The Tea-Loving Moms
Did someone say tea? Me. It was me. Is your mom a tea drinker? Then get that lovely lady the Sips By tea subscription service. This video is not sponsored. Sips By offers her four new teas every month, access to exclusive tea brands, and reusable tea bags. All she has to do is fill out a short survey and profile, and the company will find the perfect teas for the perfect woman; and at a starting price of $16, that leaves you the opportunity to buy her that adorable Mainstays tea kettle for ~$9 from Walmart. Give her a restful Mother’s Day. Let her watch Bridgerton for 10 hours. She deserves it.
For The Comfort-Seeking Moms
You know what else moms need in their life: Comfort! C’mon, give that lady a rest! Let her cozy up in some ultra-soft jam-jams. Jam-jams are pajamas in cute, Mom language. I mean, it is fun to say. Okay, I digress. Are you looking for some dreamy jammies for your Mom? Then look no further than Nordstrom Rack. “Nordies” (again, Nordstrom in mom language) runs some excellent sales around Mother’s Day, and wouldn’t you know it, they’ve got some great scores on luxury pajamas right now, and don’t forget, you can always check the Slickdeals website or add the extension to your browser, so you never have to miss a deal again.
For The Creative Moms
Remember when you were a kid, and your mom did all those arts and crafts with you, and she swore you were the best artist in the world when realistically you were mediocre, at best, and that horse you thought you were drawing really just looked like a big brown dot? Now it’s time to let your mom hone in on her creative side. Sign her up for an artsy Paper Source workshop and let her inner craftsperson shine. Paper Source is running two different virtual workshops that you can sign that lovely lady up for. One being a card-making class and the other being a floral hand lettering class.
I know I said $25 and under, and these classes run at $30; however, at the end of the course, you get a coupon to the store and a discount for the next class to stock up on all your crafting needs. And Paper Source isn’t the only place running some sweet crafting deals. Check out Michaels.com and sign mom up for the Mother’s Day sugar cookie class that runs for $15. You might even get yourself a cookie too. You never know, she might just save them for herself, and do you blame her? Michaels also runs classes online, as well! And like Paper Source, once she takes the class, she gets a coupon that she can spend in the store and online.
For The Plant Moms
She’s either helped you grow like a seedling, or she’s seen you blossom into the fine person you are today; either way, she’s watched you grow. So we know she’s good at helping things grow! Let your mom use that green thumb of hers and connect with the other mom in our life, Mother Nature, with the Garden Grow Kit from Uncommon Goods. At $12, your mom can grow a mix of different sunflowers, from an Autumn Beauty Sunflower to a Velvet Queen Sunflower–yes, there’s a Sunflower called “Velvet Queen.” This kit includes everything she needs to start her own sunflower society, including seeds for six heirloom varieties in an incredible range of colors, shapes, and heights and a recycled egg carton to sprout them in. So now, when the flowers bloom, she’ll not only think of you but that she, herself, is a velvet queen.
For The Movie-Loving Moms
Give your mom the gift of entertainment year-round. How, you might ask? Not by listening to you “workshop” your stand-up set or practice monologue you L.A. folks; it’s the gift of an AMC A-List Stubs membership. With a Stubs membership, she can see up to three movies a week, get free online reservations, and access movies in IMAX, Dolby Cinema, and 3D. It doesn’t stop there; if you check out the Slickdeals page, you can find that subscribers can get the first month at just .99 cents, and then for less than $24 a month, enjoy 3 movies a week, plus free upgrades on popcorn and sodas. Let mom order that extra-large popcorn; she’s got a Nicole Kidman AMC intro to watch! Should I sign myself up? I think I will. And if movies aren’t her thing, take her to see a play, a musical, or a ballet. Most local theaters here run around $25 a ticket.
Finally, remember that the cost of a gift shouldn’t really matter. It’s the thought that counts. But if you don’t want to miss out on great deals to help maximize those thoughtful thoughts, you should check out Slickdeals.net and/or subscribe to the Slickdeals YouTube channel (click the blue button below).
Enjoy Mother’s Day, all you Velvet Queens!