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7 Unique and Handcrafted Gifts That Will Make Any Mom Happy This Mother’s Day
From stoneware vases to woven blankets, these are the handmade gifts that will impress.
Finding a unique gift for Mother’s Day is tough, mainly because you really have so many options. We scoured the web and found a handful of gifts that are not only unique, but are also all handmade. Each of these gifts has their own personality, just like each mom.
Luna Packable Blanket, $85 from Of A Kind: This versatile textile can be used as a throw blanket, a picnic blanket, or just a pop of color on a couch. It’s handmade in Mexico and comes with its own leather strap for travel.
Sleepy Head Bedside Carafe Set, $75 from Uncommon Goods: A simple carafe set is a nice gift, but this minimalist carafe and tumbler set looks more like a sculpture than it does drinkware. It comes in two sizes and it’s made in Turkey.
Personalized Family Print, $75-$150 from Uncommon Goods: Personalizing art is a surefire way to win someone’s heart, especially a mom’s. This family print from artists Mary and Shelly Klein lets you customize everything from hair color to pet.
"Zacatlan Sunflower" Floral Bowl, $88 from Novica: This beautifully crafted Mexican serving platter is adorned with flower blossoms in bright, bold colors that will be perfect for any upcoming family gathering.
Sarah Bak Pottery Large Porcelain Stein, $42 on Amazon: The hydrangeas on this 16oz mug are hand painted and carved, meaning each mug will be just a little bit different and add to its artisanal nature.
Stefano Barbaresco Cocoon Wrap in Arctic Fragment, $210 from VIDA: Designed in Italy and created in India, this beautiful, flowing cocoon wrap is the perfect statement piece to gift a mom that loves to layer.
Madam Stoltz Stoneware White Vase, $39 from Trouva: Pair this handmade stoneware vase with a bouquet of your mom’s favorite flowers and you’ll win at the thoughtful and functional gift giving game.
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