I feel buying for a parent is one of those deals that’s either a no-brainer, or you seriously scour for the perfect gift for days on end with no luck. To help ease your perfect gift woes for the trendy Mom, I’ve rounded up 15 Mother’s Day gift ideas for under $100! I left out the token flowers and playing the “I’m going to make dinner” card since I figured those options are still always a given, but the good news is that all of these items are mail order so with one click of a button you’ll still be on time. Just be sure to send me some gilded chocolates as a thank you, too, okay?
Hedley & Bennett handmade apron, $80 // pearl cuff, $34 // voluspa suede blanc candle, $16 // parker crossbody bag, $97 // naked cosmetics eye palette, $54 // spring pastel gilded chocolates, $25 // hanging fern, $48 // striped turkish towel, $32 // custom hardcover photo book, $69 // best mom tea towel, $11 // rifle paper recipe box, $34 // rifle paper journals (set of 3), $13 // lucia soap set, $19 // marble hexagon coasters, $24 // tilt cutting boards, $30
I like to think I’m pretty good at picking out guy’s gifts, but rather than have you guessing along with me, I’ve had Jared (aka the man himself) put together a list of 12 last minute guys gift ideas for Valentine’s Day just in case you’re still looking for a special something!
“From classic watches, to cool and modern sunglasses, I’ve picked out a few of my favorites that will help ease the stress of guessing on a gift. Plus there are a few everyday staples I always use like a leather camera strap for shooting projects at the studio, or the Jack Black clean and cool set as a nightly routine.” – Jared.
classic watch // dipped leather brief // polk audio desktop speakers // burgundy paseos Toms // grey chambray Toms // bison leather wallet // stanley to-go bottle // levi’s raw denim jacket // leather camera strap // barkley sunglasses // jack spade dipped cellphone case // jack black clean and cool set
photos by Jared Smith, video by Kelly Christine
I love that you all went crazy over last year’s DIY wooden polaroid gift set, but there was just one little thing missing for them: a stand. We solved that problem by making these DIY wooden polaroid displays that make for the perfect desk additions or home decor trinkets. Even better, you can make the displays in almost no time flat and DIY along to our second ever video tutorial for them too!
The polaroid portion is the same easy steps as last year, which you can find right here. Once you have your wooden frames ready to go, you’re all set for making the displays…