See, sugar isn't all that bad for you! At least not when mama can use it as a super sweet exfoliator. And you can save some of that extra sugar for yourself. You know, for research/taste-testing purposes.
Mom used to help you with your 3rd grade arts and crafts mobile. Now you can return the artistic favor with this "stained glass" tutorial. And if you're an art major, you can show her your tuition money really went to good use.
Mom doesn't have to live in a concrete jungle to enjoy the city lights. You can recreate the skyline of her favorite city, where she grew up, where she went to college, or where she met dad. Everybody on three..."awwwww."
Get more milk! Do the dishes! Pick up the dry cleaning! Buy me more margarita mix! Whatever mom needs, make sure she can let you and the rest of the household know. Why reserve Mother's Day to just one day?
Now mom finally has a place to set down her mimosas. You can include her wedding photo, your 1st grade photo, or various yearbook photos throughout the years. Just maybe not the one of her bowl haircut from the '80s.
Mom can cook and catch up on House of Cards all at the same time! Okay, I think this cutting board tablet-holder was meant to follow recipes and cooking videos while you bake. Save the Netflix viewing for dessert.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the mom-est of them all? If you have leftover egg cartons from Easter, this is the perfect way to repurpose them! Don't think of it as recycling a gift. Think of it as vintage.