by Walter S.
When you were a child, your Mom loved all the meaningful Mother’s Day gifts that you brought home from school. From the macaroni necklaces to the hand-drawn cards, these were the best Mother’s Day gifts a kid could give.
Now that you’re all grown up, meaningful Mother’s Day gifts can take a new direction. After all, you know Mom better then you knew her before. And knowing is half the battle to getting her exactly what she’d love the most.
A New Pair Of Kicks. Your Mom has probably bought you more pairs of shoes than you can remember. When was the last time she bought a pair for herself? Do something wonderful this Mother’s Day and get her a real pair of handmade leather boots. Our Victorian ankle boots are beautiful, functional, and will last a lot longer than a Mother’s Day buffet.
Momma’s Got A Brand New Bag. If your Mom carried a large purse when you were a kid, it was probably to hold all your toys and snacks. Now that you’re big enough to have your own purse, she can revert back to her carefree youth. How about a handmade leather satchel bag? This lets her carry around the few things she really needs, like her keys, her phone, and her wallet.
Camera Carrying Comfort. Many people use their smartphones as a camera these days. But your Mom might prefer to use her old Canon camera. Meaningful Mother’s Day gifts are those that lead to action. Photography can be relaxing, adventurous, and a way for your Mom to reconnect with herself. Give her a leather camera strap to carry her camera in comfort and style.
Vacation Organization. The best Mother’s Day gifts for the Mom who loves to travel helps her pack everything neatly. A leather jewelry travel roll lets her organize the hoop earrings you bought her last year, the infinity necklace you bought her two years ago, and the tennis bracelet you bought her with your first paycheck. She’ll have everything in its place for her next trip.
The best Mother’s Day gifts are those that are useful and made to last. Gifts made from genuine leather are both. Forget dinner and a movie. If you really want to spoil Mom this year, give her a gift that she’ll use for many years to come.
by Walter Steele