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Mother’s Day is almost here, and there is such a joy in making your mother a gift. Here are some upgraded, beautiful DIY gift ideas you can make for your mother this year, and years to come! These ideas don’t look DIY at all, your mother will be able to use them, and they are full of flowers and bright colors to make her feel special!

From Dear Paradise. Check out the tutorial!

 

What a beautiful clutch anyone can make! Find the tutorial at The Polka Dot Chair

This is one of my favorite ideas! Find the tutorial at LulusSarah Hearts created this beautiful, personalized planter tutorial I am obsessed with.

A Beautiful Mess is ultimately one of my favorite DIY sites. They create simple, elegant projects I can’t wait to re-create! Find the tutorial for these marbled jewelry holders on their site, and you will find a couple more gift ideas from them in this post!

 

Here is Sara Hearts again with a super fun personalized luggage tag tutorial. Maybe your mom gets to go on vacation this year for Mother’s Day!

These planters are simple and so stylish, from A Beautiful Mess. 

When I viewed the planter tutorial, I had to link this DIY for a jewelry holder from A Beautiful Mess too! I highly encourage you to peruse all their DIY projects!

Be Purposed created these planters, and the colors are super cute!

A Beautiful Mess did it again with this Jewelry box DIY tutorial!

These paper plants are created by The House That Lars Built, an eclectic site with super fun DIY projects!

Lolly Jane is another one of those sites where you will find endless beautiful DIY projects. Find these mason jar succulents there too!

Have any more super cute DIY ideas for Mother’s Day?! I’d love to see them!

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  1. Evelyn Taylor Reply

    Thanks for sharing these sites! It’s kind of hard to sort through so many DIY sources so it’s great to kind of have a glimpse into each of these before going in and getting lost in all their articles haha.

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