It's funny, I've been a mom for 7+ years now, and I still forget that Mother's Day actually involves me! Usually I just think about it as it relates to my own mom and MIL... but now, it's my day, too! This realization changes the way I think about gift-giving for the moms out there. It's no longer a day for corsages and brunch... it's become much more personal, I think.
So I've curated a little collection of things I'd love to treat myself with – both things at LindsayLetters.Co, as well as other fun gift and goodies! Including this sweet Milkglass Floral Canvas Print...
May I also suggest you check out the full collection of Floral Art – because the only thing better than flowers is flowers that never die! Something new to LindsayLetters.co is this awesome Believe In Someone Art Printable that works not only for mom, but for any and all of the amazing women in your life!
Shop the full collection of Mother's Day Picks from the shop for my favorite picks. Happy Mother's Day, Mammas! xo, lindsay
I've already bought multiples of this beautiful coffee table book to gift!
This is my absolute favorite hi-lighter. I love that it doesn't add any color – just shimmer!
And who doesn't need a mini pink kitchen scale? No one.
(Don't forget to head over to my Picks for Mom board!)
One of the things I love most about this season is the decking-the-halls part of Christmas. Jesus truly is the reason for the season and I know it's not all about the muss and fuss of making a space beautiful, but for someone that is creatively inspired by spaces, getting to see all these homes in their festive best delights me to my creative core. And I think at the very heart of this holiday decorating is the effort of hospitality. We want to make our homes appealing and cozy, to welcome in our friends and families and communities, giving them a place to feel celebratory and joyful. And you know what I say to that? HOORAY!!!!
I also really love getting to see all the various styles of decorating. It's so fun to see how people's personalities come to life in the way they decorate their homes. Cozy, quirky, moody, fancy, rustic, and everything in between. I also love that this isn't about money spent or even loads of time. So many of these home tours I've had the privilege of being a tiny part of are more about working with what you have, in the time you have, and throwing in a few creative DIYs to round it all out.