What’s the best Mother’s Day gift? It’s a tough question. Our mothers do so much for us and we want to show them our appreciation but without just giving clutter for the sake of giving a gift.
One fantastic way is getting Mother’s Day gifts she will use. Each mum is different so be creative! We’ve included a wide range of Mother’s Day gift ideas you can find on Cheerfully Given, each made with care and dedication to bless their receiver.
A strong, 100% cotton tote bag is a versatile tool to have stashed in your handbag – whether it’s carrying library books, shopping, the pile of clothes to take to the charity shop, it can be used for all of them and if it gets mucky, just chuck it in the wash.
It may not be the most sentimental Christian Mother’s Day gift we’ve listed here but it is definitely one that Mum can reuse numerous times.
Storing all your recipes in one place is a great way to get organised – and also makes this recipe card box a fantastic gift idea for a mum who loves to cook. It’s extra special with the personalisation you can add and the nice wooden box means it looks right at home on the kitchen side.
There’s also Hannah’s awesome “The Big Give Thanks Gift Set” (£48.00), a collab with the wonderful AprilMADE, which includes an engraved recipe card box, recipe cards, a menu planner pad, a shopping list pad, and a gorgeous ‘give thanks’ apron.
New to Cheerfully Given, we have Suddy Nora’s scented soaps and shampoo bars which make great spa-like gifts (we’ve done a product round up of what we think would make the ideal spa gift set - read it here!).
There’s a whole range of scents but we couldn’t resist this one described as: “A delicious aroma of oranges resembling a walk through a Cornish Orangery belonging to a grand stately home!”
We absolutely love the idea Anna came up with in 'The Ponder Project'. Each month has its own set and includes a weekly devotional and print. It's a great way to study God's Word in a visual and hands on way.
March's is currently available here with a focus on 1 John 4:16, and would be a practical encouragement to your mum in her own faith walk.
How cute are these blackboards from The Pip House? They make a great practical item for in the kitchen to scribble the shopping list on or to hang in the living room with a Bible verse written on it (great way to help with Bible memorization).
Are coasters décor or a practical item for the house? We’d argue they should be both! These stunning engraved Bible verse coasters from Birch and Tides certainly do both.
The cut out wood gives an almost stained glass effect, perfect for the living room. If you’ve a mum who loves her cups of tea and wooden items, these coasters are a fantastic option.
Speaking of tea…
This inspirational mug is a chance to say thank you to your mum but also be a good reminder in her daily life of thanking God.
We absolutely love the idea behind this set of mugs from I Am So Many Things – to include the truths of God in daily objects so we can be constantly reminded of what He says about us, rather than the lies the world, and sometimes even ourselves, speak.
If you want to make it extra special, why not include a packet of her favourite tea or coffee?
For a slightly different ‘practical’ approach, why not buy a ticket to one of our craft workshops? It’s a chance for your mum to either gain a new skill or hone one she already has, meet with other Christian creatives, and have a fun morning.
You could also buy a ticket for yourself and make it into a mother-daughter date! (Great for mums whose love language is quality time)
This sweet but inspirational prayer journal by Ali gives the opportunity to create something very special.
It is designed as a mum's prayer journal to help mums pray specifically for their children, record funny moments, give thanks, and to pray for their little ones. Could you get a more perfect Christian Mother's Day gift idea, especially for mothers with young children?
Hopefully we’ve proved it’s possible to find Mother’s Day gifts that are not flowers and that she can use in normal life.