Tip Tuesday — Mother’s Day Gift Ideas — And Teleflora Giveaway

And the winner is… commenter number 20, Liz from Our Little Man.

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This Tip Tuesday is kind of fun because I’m asking for your tips in exchange for the chance to win a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Teleflora for your mother or yourself. Come on. I know not every one of you gets remembered the way you’d like on Mother’s Day so no one will judge if decide to send them to someone VERY close to you.

I love flowers because they’re a classic elegant gift that you can give every year without coming across as lame. Teleflora has a great selection of flowers you can order and have delivered just about anywhere quickly because they contract with local florists all over the place. What you’re entering to win is this Mom’s Butterfly Bouquet.

I’m not being compensated by Teleflora in any way for this little plug. One of you will be. You can compensate me by giving me other great ideas for Mother’s Day gifts. Leave a comment with a gift idea and I’ll enter you to win the bouquet to be shipped anywhere in the continental US in time for Mother’s Day. I’ll choose a winner Wednesday night at 10pm PST.

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68 Responses to Tip Tuesday — Mother’s Day Gift Ideas — And Teleflora Giveaway

  1. Kork says:

    Oooh! Great give-away!

    My all-time favorite Mothers’ Day gift was the year that each of my brothers, my sister and I all did something with our creative abilities.

    One brother did this awesome sketch of the family, one brother built her a little shelf to hang on the wall and hold the sketch, I wrote a poem, my 3rd brother cooked this gourmet meal, complete with a dessert confection that looked like something you’d see on Ace of Cakes, and my sister made her this gorgeous cashmere sweater.

    I don’t think we’ve ever topped that one…

  2. curlysuze says:

    I don’t think I’ll have the time to do it this year, but I’ve been wanting to know more from my mom. We’ve only just become closer since I’ve been married these last 5 years. Anyways I want to fill a jar with all sorts of questions I’ve always wanted to ask my mom. I guess the grandkids can add questions too, if they’re old enough. I’d also include a notebook (made to look nicer than a plain old notebook) so that she can answer the questions. It would be enough questions to answer at least once a week and she could fill the book until Christmas time and then her gift to me for Christmas would be the book filled with all the answers to the questions. I was thinking of doing this for Father’s Day too.

  3. Aunt Murry says:

    My mom is 74 and goes out and buys naything she wants. Frustrating to say the least. Anyway, what I do is go fishing with my Dad so that he is out of her hair all weekend. She likes that alot. Alone time.

  4. aimee says:

    I think I shall have them sent to me from “a secret admirer” 🙂

  5. Amber says:

    I always get my mom and MIL flowers. This year I am buying hanging baskets that they can enjoy all summer long. But have you ever checked out the Of The Month clubs? Super awesome 🙂

  6. Debra says:

    I think the Topsy Turvy Upside Down Tomato Planter is the neatest thing, and I reaallly hope I get one!

    Thanks for the chance to win the flowers. My mom is gone now, but I always get my daughter flowers for Mothers’ Day because, *duh* I wouldn’t be a mom without her!


  7. Becky says:


    Because then Mom can enjoy a nice glass of wine and cheese on Sunday! I’m speaking more of the gramdma type Mom as opposed to the Mom of young children.

  8. Kathy says:

    The gifts my mom cherished the most were the keepsake books we would get her for Mother’s Day. Most often, they were small, spiral bound, hard-covered books that sported floral-patterned covers. We would jot down what our favourite memory or best lesson learned was from Mom during the past year. After all, every Mom wants to know that what she says and does has an impact on her children, right?

    Now she’s got some lovely, meaningful keepsakes and we get to travel down memory lane now and then about important milestones in our lives….

  9. Emily says:

    If you look under baked goods on etsy there are some sellers that do a dessert a month. They’re pretty expensive, but one other idea would be to make your own “dessert a month club” and bake something for her each month, if you like cooking. My mom loves sweets, so I may do something like that.

  10. Pibble says:

    My mom is starting chemo the day after Mother’s Day so I really wanted to do something special for her this year. I knit, and I considered making her a prayer shawl, but she’s not really the shawl type. Instead, I’m knitting her a pair of lavender-coloured lace socks made out of a super-soft bamboo yarn. At any age, something made by your kid is especially appreciated. And also, of course, I’m going to ask my 5-year old son to make her a card!

  11. The kids I work w/ and I made a DARLING stepping stone for mom. It was so fun and will last FOREVER!! The kits are on sale at Michaels for 7.99. (this is not the kit on sale just a cute example!)


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