Mother's Day LDS Gift Ideas

Mother’s day is quickly approaching! If you’re like me, then you have yet to buy something for those wonderful women in your life. Today I am sharing a great list of LDS Mother’s Day Gift Ideas that I have and love, and some things that are on my ‘wish list’. I hope my list will help make finding that perfect gift a little easier. Enjoy! I decided to split up my list into categories to make it a little easier to… Read more »

A couple weeks ago the Primary President and I were discussing a Mother’s day craft that the children could do on Mother’s Day. We were bouncing ideas off of each other, and then turned to Pinterest, what did we do before Pinterest?!? haha We came across I Heart Crafty Things’, adorable Mother’s Day Cupcake Flower Cards. We LOVED the idea, and thought they were so cute, so we decided that’s what we would do. I told her that I would get… Read more »

LDS Mother's Day Ideas

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(This post contains affiliate links, at no extra cost to you. To read more about affiliate links, take a look at my FAQ page, Here.) May is right around the corner, which means it’s about that time that we celebrate those wonderful women in our lives. A couple weeks ago I was trying to come up with a new Mother’s Day gift idea. You see a lot of candy/chocolate gifts (no complaint here with that one) flower gift ideas, coupon books, etc. I wanted… Read more »

Riesens Mother's Day Questionnaire

I really love the Mother’s Day Questionnaires that the children fill out, they always make me laugh, and I LOVE Riesens, so I decided to create something using both. Today I sharing a fun little Mother’s Day treat & gift idea that would be perfect for Primary. Here is my Mother’s Day Questionnaire, 10 ‘Riesens’ I Love My Mom. When I served in the Primary Presidency I created this for our Primary to use. As a presidency we had discussed ideas, we finally… Read more »

I wanted to share a great Mother’s Day gift idea today since Mother’s Day is Sunday! These are easy enough to do with your children at home, Primary or YW’s even. To create your own Candy Necklaces you will need:   Tulle: Tulle can be found at any craft supply store. I found mine at Michaels, but I have seen it at Wal-Mart as well. But beware of the glitter tulle. If you don’t mind your home or Primary room being… Read more »

I was planning on sharing something yesterday, but we had a sick little lady & our internet was being obnoxious. 🙂  So, today I am going to share two gift ideas! Mother’s Day “Promise” Jar For my first idea, I have a really simple idea that includes chocolate! And not just any chocolate….one of my favorites! {Sorry for the horrible camera phone pics}   I ‘Promise‘ You’re the Best Mom Ever! This is another great idea for the Primary children…. Read more »

This Sunday is Mother’s Day! That special day to celebrate all those amazing women in our lives, and let them know how much they mean to us. But sometimes it’s hard coming up with a cute gift to give to these amazing women. Over the next few days I will be sharing some gift ideas that I have come up with. And I will have gift tags to go along with these gifts. Yeah!  Here’s my first gift I am… Read more »

Are you in need of a cute little treat bag tag for Mother’s Day? Maybe I can help you out.  Our Ward is handing out bags of Hugs and Kisses to all the Sisters in the ward, and I was asked to make a nice tag to attach to the bag of candy. Here is what I came up with: This would work great for Primary too. Just have the children fill up their bag with Hugs & Kisses, sign… Read more »

I saw this idea online and thought it would be pretty easy to do and really cute. I just used what I had on hand, so please don’t judge my sad little candy bouquet :). Here is what you could use:Small jar or small flower potCraft foamPopsicle sticks or skewersCardstock or craft foamCandy & Cookies In the picture I filled my jar up with beans, but that didn’t work very well, so I would recommend using the craft foam. You… Read more »