10 Simple Mother’s Day Gifts You Can Make at Home

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Obviously I have been on a Mother's Day gift tangent this week! It has been fun, but I'm sure you are all ready for something new.

I do have one more recipe to share, but before I do, here are ten simple gifts you can make at home. Some are mine and some are from around the web (I'm sharing as part of Top Ten Tuesday @ Oh Amanda):

1. Citrus Bath Salts – super fast to put together. They smell wonderful!

2. Nourishing and Fragrant Body Oil @ Crunchy Betty) – I made the lavender one for a Christmas gift. It's lovely.

3.  Simple Sugar Scrub – My post @ Keeper of the Home

4.  Tin Can Treats @ Our Best Bites – Very cute. I'd love to make these for all my mommy friends.

5.  Natural Lip Balm @ Saving Naturally

6.  Easy Handcrafted Cards @ Crunchy Betty (you really need to visit Crunchy Betty for some fun D.I.Y ideas).

7.  Chalkboard Planting Pots @ Design* Sponge

8. Handmade Salt Pouches for the Shower or Bath @ The Mother Huddle – These are definitely on my to do list. Love them.

9.  Citrus Peel Soap @ Clementine Art – I really want to make these too. I bet they smell lovely!

10.  D.I.Y Hard Lotion Bar @ Made On Hard Lotion- I've made these and love them. They are ready in 30 minutes!

The Handmade Mother's Day Link-Up is live. I'd love for you to share your handmade gift posts there! Homemade body products, handmade cards, hand-sewn gifts, baked goods . . . it's all welcome.

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  1. The hard lotion bar looks so neat! I’ve bookmarked the bath salts and lip balm tutorials but have never gotten around to making them. Thanks for the great list.

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