I don’t suppose I have to tell you that Mother’s Day is coming up. And we both know that as I write this, your earnest and loving children — perhaps guided by their well-meaning father — are thinking about what kind of gifts will adequately show their love and appreciation for all that you do.
Well moms, as a token of my appreciation for all that you do, I’m writing this post to help you steer them in the right direction. The Photolab, in case you are not aware, offers an abundance of gift items that work perfectly for Mother’s Day:
- they require creativity and thought, yet are simple to build using the Photolab website or in-store kiosks;
- they are practical yet have lasting value in the memories they help share, and can be made to suit any and all personal tastes;
- they are reasonably priced, with great gift ideas to fit any budget.
Best of all, they are gifts that kids of any age can create; with a little adult assistance, even the little ones can bring their gift ideas to life. That said, it never hurts to drop a few hints if there is something you’d prefer to receive. And that is really where this post comes in.
Below are some past Photoblog posts that feature some great Photolab gift ideas, most of which include a brief tutorial on how to create them. Feel free to have a quick read and share on the one(s) whose gifts you’d like to receive on Facebook, Pinterest, or whichever social media outlets are most likely to be seen by your kids, well-meaning fathers and it anyone else it may concern.
Personalized greeting cards and mugs:
And here are a couple more great gift hints from the Photolab that haven’t been the subject of recent posts but are droppable all the same:
Even better, while there is still time, browse the Photolab site yourself or stop by your local London Drugs and check out all the Mother’s Day gift ideas for yourself — and remember to share, share, share anything you like. After all, picking up subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) hints is also a life skill all kids should learn.