Monday 29 February 2016

Mother's Day Last Minute Online Gifts

In less than a week's time you are meant to present your Mum with something fabulous, which you haven't bought yet. If it's looking like chocolates from the garage on the way there yet again, then here are a few ideas and you still have time to order online!

Peach Perfect have some lovely gifts to suit all budgets, and you may have seen on my social media that they sent me one of their Homemade Naturals DIY Beauty Craft Kits. I have the Relaxing Lavender Bath Melts Kit (£15), which is incredibly beautifully presented, 100% natural (free from any parabens or synthetic preservatives). In Eco-friendly packaging, it's also vegan and cruelty-free. The kit is really easy to use and contains everything you need to make around 10 cocoa butter based 'cakes' which melt in the bath to release gorgeous relaxing aroma and essential oils. My skin feels amazing...

My Passport Ultra from WD (£62.99) is an amazingly simple and good looking portable hard drive that you can set to back up your laptop or PC as regularly as you'd like. Protect those treasured family photos and videos or your entire music collection against the heartbreak of accidental deletion or hard drive failure. I have a giveaway to win one and my full review here...

Kaya Jewellery specialise in personalised and meaningful jewellery crafted in Sterling Silver. Based in London, their jewellery is handmade and offers something with a bit more depth. They have a great selection of gifts that are perfect for Mum, starting around £10 for earrings, £22 for bracelets and necklaces. My Eternity Necklace was £23.95 with gift bag and free postage and my full review is here with a 15% discount code for my readers...

Bee Good make lovely skincare products using Honey, Beeswax and Propolis (a resinous mixture that honey bees collect from tree buds and sap). Mums spend a lot of time with their hands in and out of water, and their Intensive Hand Cream (£12) is still the most effective I've ever used without leaving my hands greasy...

Eileen over at ET Speaks From Home has some nice ideas on her blog, including this Goodmans Oxford DAB Digital Radio with Bluetooth (£69.99). Now Mum can listen to all her old favourites on Radio 6 while she's down at the allotment....or hanging out the washing.

Anna at In The Playroom suggests Biscuiteers Luxury Biscuits. These are not inexpensive, and a very special treat...definitely too good for the kids.

Jane over at HodgepodgeDays blog has been getting crafty for her Mother's Day - I'm not sure who enjoyed decorating these Ceramic Bird Flowerpots (£4.99 for 4) the most, her or her son!

Finally, but by no means least. A gift that benefits everyone... Okay, bakeware may not be the most glamorous gift, but maybe if you made some special cupcakes to go with this Masterclass Bakeware Set (£28) you'd be the most popular kid in the house? I wonder if Sim has taken hers out of the box yet?...

No payment changed hands for any of these links...they're just ideas!


  1. Ooh such great gift choices. The biscuits look so good and the lavender bath melts xx

    1. The bath melts are gorgeous. I do think the biscuits look great - Anna certainly liked them! :)


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