Don’t forget your Mum…

01/03/2012

Can you believe it’s March already? This year is whizzing past. The next occasion I’ll be getting my sew on for is Mother’s Day. It’s just around the corner; Sunday 18th March here in the UK and I’m already thinking ahead. I’m going to make something for my Mum and Mum-in-law and we’ll be giving small but thoughtful gifts to my Nan and hubby’s Nan. I’ll also be getting something small for my lovely sister. She’s a Mum and I think she does an amazing job. We’ve got our nephew staying over at the weekend so will enlist his help in creating something and choosing a card just from him.

Where to start? There are so many cards to choose from, and I always find myself browsing around the various shelves whenever I go into a card shop, amazed at the sheer range of cards on offer.  Having often made my own, there are just some times where you think, why try and create something when a perfectly good card already exists?

Personally, I love Mother’s Day cards that are pink and girly and tell my Mum how much I love her and how much I appreciate her love and support. There are some fantastic cards on the web, but I always find myself returning time and time again to the same types. My personal favourites are the Forever Friends cards, just because I’m a sucker for a cute teddy bear with a heart warming sentiment, and the personalised cards that you can add a special photo too and add your own name to fit the subject.

I think my nephew will probably pick the card with the little green Monster on the front. Apparently he can growl louder than a Monster and therefore he is definitely more a Monster than an actual Monster. That’s logic of a 3 year old for you!

So now I’ve reminded you, you’ve got exactly 17 days or 2 weekends to get your Mum a card, don’t forget! {sig}

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