Mothers Day Crafts: Rustic Chic Gifts For Mom

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If you are in the habit of creating wonderful craft projects throughout the year, then your mother will most likely enjoy receiving one of your beautiful creations for Mother’s Day.

You may already have a pretty good idea of what you would like to make based on what you like to do.  However, if you are looking for some new ideas or you haven’t done too many craft projects before but would like to make something special now, I have some fun ideas for you!

I LOVE this first one by Shanty-2-Chic:

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Free printable and photo clipboard by Shanty-2-Chic

Not only do you get the tutorial for the rustic chic clipboard but you also can download the free printable for the great Mother’s Day message!  The chalkboard look and black and white photos complete the chic look.

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Embroidery hoop photo mobile by Natalme

An industrial chic looking photo mobile is a decor piece that any mother would love!  Natalme shows how easy it is to put this great design together.

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Tray and coaster set by Funky Junk Interiors

What’s not to love about this rustic tray and coaster set by Funky Junk Interiors?  It’s perfect for a Spring afternoon tea out in the garden.

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Birch bark candles by Sand and Sisal

Candles are always a nice gift and I happen to be a big fan of birch candles.  I like this unique idea by Sand and Sisal for wrapping a pillar candle with the birch bark.  It’s a great look that is easy to do.

With a drill and a special drill bit, you can also make birch or pine tea light candle holders.

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You could add a bow or twine with a flower for attached for a fresh Spring look.

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A pretty mason jar soap dispenser is easy to make and makes a fun gift as well.  Check out this easy tutorial at DIY mason jar soap dispenser.

You can find lots of other mason jar gift ideas at Rustic Mason Jar Gifts You Can Make.

Happy Crafting!

I'm addicted to crafting and decorating my downtown city loft and up north rustic cabin.

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