Etsy Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for the Home
As a single mom, one of my favorite types of gifts is one that my boys have given me for the home. This means I get to walk by and be reminded by their sweetness every day (even when they’re not here)! I imagine other mother figures feel the same so I’ve rounded up some Etsy home decor items that make lovely gifts (or maybe even a treat for ourselves?). This list of Mother’s Day gift ideas hopefully gives you some gift-giving inspiration!
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This Round Coffee Table Tray comes in a few different colors (all from recycled materials). You could pair it with another item, like a coffee table book, candle or the diffuser to create a lovely gift.
I love giving gifts that make home decor styling easy!
Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
This Best Mom Ever Coffee Mug would be lovely paired with another item, like the cutting board or favorite coffee grounds.
- Custom Family Art Print – available for single parents (like me) and a variety of skin tones
- Black Clay Vase
- Chunky Throw Blanket
- Round Maple Cutting Board – I love pairing cutting boards with another gift
- Best Mom Ever Coffee Mug
- Personalized Family Tree Art Print – lovely heirloom gift idea
- Round Coffee Table Tray – another item great for pairing
- Custom Home Illustration Art Print – such a sweet way to celebrate a new home or create a memento for an older house
- Sea & Salt Reed Diffuser
I love little bud vases like these Stoneware Moon Jar Vases, since they make shelf styling easy and are perfect for small spaces like the bathroom. Add a couple wildflowers or dried greenery for another sweet Mother’s Day gift idea.
More Etsy Home Decor
Looking for more Etsy Finds or Mother’s Day Gift Ideas? Check out my posts featuring some of my favorite Etsy Home Decor Shops (tons of gift ideas here), Etsy Gifts Under $40 , and Hostess Gift Guide. Or, simply shop all of my Etsy favorites.
You said you used less than the 1:2 ratio paint/water. What did you use? I think I am gonna take a leap here but want to do it correctly. Also, when you wipe it do you wipe as soon as you paint that brick or after a section or after the first layer? Did you wipe w a certain type of cloth? Wet or dry? I love how yours turned out so I want to know exactly what you did. Thank you!
Hi Tara, thanks for your message. Let me see if I can help. We completed this project a couple of years ago so I don’t recall all of the details beyond what is included in the post. Whitewashing is a more of an art than science so things are not exact. I would say we used something closer to 1:3 parts paint/water. We started with the 1:2 and added more water from there. Yes, we used a large, soft sponge to wipe off section by section (maybe 3′ x 3′ sections at a time). Hope this helps!
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