Today we’re continuing our Mother’s Day Gift Idea series that features a variety of gifts ranging from affordable baubles to luxurious presents.
Does your mother want for nothing and have everything simultaneously? Today, we’re sharing four items that would please even the most discerning of moms.
For the woman who has it all
If a better hand cream than L’Occitane en Provence’s best-selling Shea Butter Hand Cream exists, we have not found it. Frankly, we love it so much for its delicious scent and non-greasy formula, it would be hard to forsake it even once to try another. ($28 for 5.2 ounces, Nordstrom)
For the woman who loves family photographs
If you are like Commandress, there are lots of images saved to your smartphone and computer, but you do not develop photos much anymore. Our poor mother has to entreat us develop pictures for her. Framebridge offers the perfect solution to this predicament. Simply upload an image for Framebridge to print, frame, and deliver ready to hang. Just look at the photo framed for Abigail. Brilliant! ($39-$159, based on art size. Shipping is free. Mother’s Day orders placed by May 4th will arrive by May 10th.)
For the woman with a shoe fetish – a coffee table book about fantasy shoes
The Stuart Weitzman boutique on Madision Avenue has been known for years for its rotating exhibit of beautiful and creative footwear. No longer is it necessary to travel to New York in order to enjoy the whimsical display. Instead, everyone can enjoy Art & Sole: A Spectacular Selection of More than 150 Fantasy Art Shoes from the Stuart Weitzman Collection. This gorgeous book presents the best of the collection to both shoe and art lovers. ($23.21, Amazon)
For the woman who has a hard time purging unwanted possessions – a guide for shedding attachments
Hoarding is not a problem we possess, but there are still possessions we do not want which we cannot abandon for one reason or another. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo has fixed that. Simply, only keep the things that spark joy. Get rid of everything else. Your mom, or anyone in your life for that matter, would enjoy this liberating philosophy. ($12.15, Target)