Mother’s Day Gifts You Can Make at Home for Outdoorsy Moms
While Mother’s Day during this period of social distancing will definitely be different, there are still plenty of ways to honor mom this year. Check out these ideas for Mother’s Day gifts you can make at home or gift baskets you can put together at home for moms who love the outdoors.
Mother’s Day Gifts Ideas for Outdoorsy Moms
If mom loves outdoor family activities and lives a healthy lifestyle, there are some practical items you can order online and then assemble into a creative gift basket.
Gift basket ideas for fishing moms can include things like lures, soft plastic baits, fishing line, leader material, hooks, pliers with line cutters, and a stainless steel tumbler. Instead of a traditional basket, you can use a tackle box or bait bucket and just arrange all of the fishing gifts inside. For more fishing gift ideas for mom, you can also check the freshwater fishing tackle page to find out which types of bobbers, sinkers, and swivels she might need.
Put together a gift basket for a hiking mom who leads an active lifestyle by assembling items such as a trail guidebook, backpack, a solar lantern, sunglasses, a compass, stainless steel water bottle, wilderness first aid kit, and a box of natural energy bars. Use a portable soft-sided cooler or a galvanized metal bucket as your “basket” so that mom can reuse it.
Moms who love spending time in the garden will appreciate new gardening gloves, flower seeds, a gardening hat, a rain gauge, and a garden tool set. A large flowerpot will make the perfect reusable container for packing up her gift.If you want ideas for Mother’s Day gifts you can make at home, here are two simple and crafty suggestions:
Find out what the 2 simple and crafty suggestions are when you continue reading, Mother’s Day Gifts You Can Make at Home for Outdoorsy Moms from our friends at TakeMeFishing.org here.
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