My first thought was to make her some jewelry … oh wait…she makes jewelry. Fail. My next thought? Flowers. We both know flowers are lame. They sit then they die. Let’s try again. I finally settled on some printables and a cake. Let’s make mom feel special on Mother’s Day…
No occasion is complete without a CAKE! Doesn’t cake just make everything better? Plus, this one was SUPER easy. I’m usually ALL about making stuff from scratch, but I couldn’t pass this recipe up! (Plus, I had strawberries and whipped cream I needed to use…perfection!)
As you can see, I attempted to take pictures of my fabulous Mother’s Day printables…
As always…dang Puff wanted a piece of the action. I guess it’s nice that she liked my set up though, right?
Huge shout out to DecorBoards Unlimited for hooking me up with this awesome board! I love the clean white frame and the magnetic board. Obviously it was a stellar backdrop here, but I’m thinking I might add some vinyl…I’ll keep you posted!
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I wanted my printables to be something my mom would actually relate to. My immediate thought was children’s books and Primary songs. We grew up reading these books and singing these songs, and now she’s sharing the love with my Pita.
I hope I’ve sparked some ideas for you – if not, my Mother was a happy one (because she scored her loot a few weeks early!)
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