Coffee Mug Mixers

Help Mom take her java to the next level with these chocolate-and-candy coated mixers.

Get the tutorial for Coffee Mug Mixers »

What you'll need: vintage spoon set ($9 for 6, Garten

Camera Strap Scarf

She's always bringing out the camera to snap pictures of the family, so why not give her a stylish accessory for it?

Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built »

What you'll need: lightweight scarf ($8,
Courtesy of The house That Lars Built

Monogram Clay Keychains

These stylish, modern keychains add a touch of cool to Mom's car keys and can be customized with her initials or the initials of all her kids.

Get the tutorial at Homey Oh My »

What you'll need: clay ($6,, clay embossing kit ($22,
Courtesy of Homey Oh My

Gemstone Soaps

This blogger suggests using dark colors at the base and lighter colors on top, but cautions against making the soaps too perfect - a random approach makes for better color combos.

Get the tutorial at Honestly WTF »

What you'll need: soap base ($10,, soap mold ($8,, food coloring ($8 for set of 10,
Honestly WTF

Mother's Day Candle

A store-bought candle has nothing on this inspired creation. Use a sweet picture of you and mom or one of the whole family together.

Get the tutorial from Evite »

What you'll need: white pillar candles ($18,, embossing heat gun ($20,, pictures
Courtesy of Evite

Floral Tea Bags

Make tea time even prettier with these simple floral attachments - we recommend choosing Mom's favorite flowers in plastic form for longevity.

Get the tutorial at The Kipi Blog »

What you'll need: small artificial flowers ($11,
The Kipi Blog

Colorful Luggage Tag

For the well-traveled mom, upgrade a dollar-store luggage tag with metallic and neon paint and she'll have a reminder of you while on the road.

Get the tutorial at Lovely Indeed »

What you'll need: luggage tag ($6 for 2,, craft paint ($2,
Lovely Indeed

Tassel Necklace

Make a statement with a colorful accessory that's party-ready. This blogger recommends using a needle to comb through the tassels after wearing to keep them neat and full.

Get the tutorial at Homemade Banana »

What you'll need: embroidery thread ($7,, seed beads ($7,
Homemade Banana

Soothing Scrub

Treat Mom to this sweet-smelling citrus and passion fruit spa treatment. She'll instantly feel like she's on a mini tropical vacation.

Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin & A Princess »

What you'll need: passion tea ($8,, jojoba oil ($11,
A Pumpkin & A Princess

Covered Journal

Wrap a plain notebook with origami paper to create a treasured diary. Even better: Write a heartfelt note inside.

Get the tutorial at Sarah Johnson »

What you'll need: origami paper ($7,

Gilded Agate Coasters

Trendy agate gets a metallic accent in this surprisingly easy project. Plus, the set will make up for all the times you didn't use a coaster growing up.

Get the tutorial at Making Lemonade »

What you'll need: agate slices ($25,, gold paint ($6,
Making Lemonade

K-Cup Bath Bombs

Lavender oil gives these mini bath bombs calming properties, while epsom salt helps soothe sore muscles and stuffy noses!

Get the tutorial at The Good Stuff »

What you'll need: Essential oil ($16 for set of 6,, used K-cups
Brooke McClay

Blooming Monogram

Giving flowers is so last year. Instead, get creative and make these monogrammed initials that spell out "Mom" in bright blooms.

Get the tutorial from Urbanic Paper »

What you'll need: paper mache letter ($5,, silk flowers ($10,, floral foam ($6,
Courtesy of Urbanic Paper

Graphic Planters

Color-blocked balsa wood - yep, that stuff from the hobby store - feels modern and cool with the help of mini succulents. We're tempted to keep these for our own windowsill.

Get the tutorial at Bre Purposed »

What you'll need: balsa wood ($12,, acrylic paint ($18 for 18,

Coffee Cup Holder

You could get her yet another mug that says "World's Best Mom"... or you could change it up this year and make this pretty, rustic-inspired mug organizer.

Get the tutorial from Made to Be a Momma »

What you'll need: chalk paint ($6,, hooks ($7,
Courtesy of Made to Be a Momma

Pounded Flower Tote

Grab a few colorful flowers from the garden and get hammering to create this nature-inspired tote.

Get the tutorial from DIY Candy »

What you'll need: cotton tote ($10,, alum powder ($9,
Courtesy of DIY Candy

Jewelry Organizer

You and your siblings have given Mom lots of handmade jewelry over the years, from macaroni necklaces to funky earrings. Now, it's time to give her a stylish way to organize 'em.

Get the tutorial from Landeelu »

What you'll need: large photo frame ($36,, decorative metal sheets ($13,, paint ($5,
Courtesy of Landeelu

Stamped Tea Towels

Use sliced citrus (or carved potatoes) coated in paint to amp up plain kitchen cloths.

Get the tutorial at Making Home Base »

What you'll need: flour sack towels ($14,, fabric paint ($6,
Making Home Base

Marbled Clay Ring Dish

Twist multiple shades of oven-bake clay into a rope before rolling out a ball and shaping your bowl to ensure the jewelry dish's marbleized effect.

Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess »

What you'll need: oven-bake clay ($7,
A Beautiful Mess

Mason Jar String Art

Instead of gifting mom a bouquet this year, try making this creative flower-filled string art. We're sure mom will love it.

Get the tutorial from Find It Make It Love It »

What you'll need: 8x12 canvas ($14,, wire nails ($3,, string ($5,
Courtesy of Find it Make It Love It

Sweet Bouquet

Can't decide between flowers or homemade goodies? These sweet lemonade cupcakes are the best of both worlds.

Get the tutorial at A Million Moments »

What you'll need: small metal bucket ($7,
A Million Moments

Fruity Blooms

These gorgeous flower-cut strawberries look almost too lovely to eat.

Get the tutorial at One Little Project »

What you'll need: skewers ($4,
One Little Project

Patterned Makeup Bag

Help your mom wrangle her travel musts with a zippered bag - just pick a fabric that matches her personality.

Get the tutorial at My Poppet »

What you'll need: weighted upholstery fabric ($10,, zipper ($8,
My Poppet

Simple Succulent

Don't throw that tin away! Pretty it up with a watercolor label and gorgeous plant that doesn't need a lot of attention.

Get the tutorial at Sarah Hearts »

What you'll need: tin, printable, small succulent ($18 for 4,
Sarah Hearts

Colorful Bottles

With the help of bright-hued craft paint, dollar store jars go from plain to fancy. And the elevated photo frame adds a sentimental touch.

Get the tutorial at Eighteen25 »

What you'll need: glass bottles ($15 for 12,, acrylic paint ($18 for 18,

Painted Peonies

With a big boost of color, these coffee filter flowers make the perfect long-lasting bouquet.

Get the tutorial at One Creative Mommy »

What you'll need: coffee filters ($2,, tissue paper ($6,
One Creative Mommy

Ombre Tote Bag

Use her favorite color to give Mom a personalized bag that'll hold all of her daily essentials.

Get the tutorial at Hi Sugarplum »

What you'll need: cotton tote ($10,, Rit liquid dye ($3,
Hi Sugarplum

Teacup Candles

Repurpose nicked or one-off china as vintage votives that'll add charm to any room.

Get the tutorial at Hey Gorgeous »

What you'll need: vintage-inspired teacups ($34 for 4,, candle wicks ($5,, candle wax ($15 for 5 pounds,
Hey Gorgeous/Jenna McKenzie Photography

Lavender Sachets

Tuck these sweet-smelling lavender sachets into dresser drawers or onto closet shelves - they require a basic understanding of sewing (and if you're fancy, embroidery), but they'll give her clothes a subtle scent and are much more wallet-friendly than a bottle of perfume.

Get the tutorial at Kimberly Layton »

What you'll need: fabric scraps ($12,, dried lavender ($10,
Kimberly Layton

45-Minute Arm Knit Blanket

Keep Mom cozy with one of these chunky knit blankets. They're easy to make by hand (er, arm, as the case may be).

Get the tutorial for Arm Knit Blanket »

What you'll need: chunky wool yarn ($25 for 1 pound,
Courtesy of Simply Maggie

White Chocolate Bark

Edible flowers and glitter, white chocolate pearls and pastel-dyed white chocolate all make an appearance in this gorgeous bark.

Get the recipe for Mother's Day Chocolate Bark »

What you'll need: white chocolate ($7,, edible pearls ($6,
Katie Friedman

Vanilla Almond Body Lotion

Coconut oil, almond and vanilla extracts, and vitamin E oil is all it takes to whip up this heavenly body butter that Mom's sure to love.

Get the tutorial at Sunkissed Kate »

What you'll need: small glass jars ($10,
Courtesy of Sunkissed Kate

Glittered Wine Glasses

Add a little glitz and glam to Mom's happy hour with these fabulous wine glasses.

Get the tutorial from See Vanessa Craft »

What you'll need: wine glasses ($13,, decoupage glue ($7,, glitter ($3,
Courtesy of See Vanessa Craft

Lovely Lotus

Polymer clay goes from kitschy to zen with this flower ring holder. Bonus: This project takes less than an hour - and it's much prettier than your kindergarten pottery.

Get the tutorial at Yay for Handmade! »

What you'll need: polymer clay ($7,
Yay for Handmade!

Flower Wreath

This paper wreath made of daisies, peonies, roses and hydrangeas combines all of the prettiest blooms into one.

Get the tutorial at Finding Time to Create »

What you'll need: wreath form ($13,, scrapbook paper ($15,
Finding Time to Create

Printed Pots

If you gifted bulbs last year, add the perfect container this time around. Floral prints on the bottom only add to the natural beauty up top.

Get the tutorial at Shelterness »

What you'll need: terra-cotta pots ($6,, acrylic paint ($18 for 18,

Beaded Tray

Bring Perler beads into this decade with this surprisingly chic tray. We love the simple rose pattern, but you can easily swap it out for something more significant to your Mom.

Get the tutorial at Tried & True »

What you'll need: Perler beads and pegboard ($25,
Tried & True

Bright Garden

Have the kids help create this fun paper garden for Grandma. All you need is colorful cardstock - and lots of imagination. Plus, these plants don't need watering.

Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built »

What you'll need: card stock ($15,
The House That Lars Built

Mini Soaps

Use a cookie cutter to create cute shapes like hearts, flowers or more. You can even personalize them with sweet notes.

Get the tutorial at Latika Soap »

What you'll need: cookie cutter ($8,, soap base ($10,
Latika Soap

Tie-Dye Bookmarks

Thanks to permanent markers and rubbing alcohol, messy scribbles can turn into a beautiful watercolor art project.

Get the tutorial at Happy Hooligans »

What you'll need: sharpies ($9,, spray varnish ($8,
Happy Hooligans

Polaroid Magnets

Instagram meets the kitchen fridge with these cute magnetic photo squares. Give Mom a few to play with, so she can arrange a new collage every day.

Get the tutorial at Sundaesins »

What you'll need: magnets ($9,

Fingerprint Note

This multilingual "Thank You" card could work just as well for Mom's Day. Collect a bright-colored print from each family member to make a field of smiley flowers.

Get the tutorial at Ishtar Olivera »

What you'll need: ink pad ($7,
Ishtar Olivera

Simple Silhouettes

Dig up old photos of you and your siblings for this fun project. We love how the blogger repurposed road maps as a pretty background.

Get the tutorial at Homemade Ginger »

What you'll need: card stock ($15,, 4x6 frames ($6,
Homemade Ginger