Mothers Day Gifts / February 26, 2019 / Hester Higgins
Mother s Day is on the second Sunday of May. For 2011 this holiday will be on May 8th. This article informs the origin of Mother s Day and provides some suggestions for selecting the perfect gift for mom. Mothers Day in the United States was proposed by Anna M. Jarvis (1864-1948). Her mother Mrs. Anna Reese Jarvis was a minister s daughter and taught Sunday School for 20 years in the Andrews Methodist Church of Grafton West Virginia. The younger Anna Jarvis was only twelve years old when she listened to her mother s wish during a Sunday school lesson on mothers in the Bible that one day someone would found a memorial mother s day. There were many days of observance for men but none for women.
If you re good at drawing or handy with graphical software on the computer why not make your own card? Your mother will love you for it! Are you good at scrapbooking? If so then how about doing some scrapbooking and making your mother her own personalised scrap book for this mothers day? There are lots of things you could scrapbook on from events in the previous year a summary of your mothers life up to this point or a scrapbook of the entire family. I guarantee this will go down a treat! Another thing you could do is make bouquets. For this mothers day I am making some really cute looking candy bouquets.
If she is the practical type she would probably appreciate a useful gift. Practical inexpensive Mothers Day presents include keepsake boxes key chains magnets and mugs. If she is the sentimental type she would probably appreciate a gift with a photograph of her children or maybe a gift with poetry written by you. If your mother has a sense of humor there are lots of inexpensive Mothers Day gifts with funny messages including humorous t-shirts mugs and posters. If your mother loves flowers and you cannot afford real ones why not look for items with pictures or paintings of her favorite flower.