Happy Mother’s Day if you are celebrating it in your corner of the world. My kids celebrate me on the Swedish date, May 26th; but, I’m thinking of you — and my family abroad.
Violets symbolise love in “the Language of Flowers ” so using violets to make a card for Mom feels like it’s sprinkling the day with extra love. If you are a subscriber to willowday, you’ve already received these cards + other Mother’s Day links are already in your in-basket.
I’m not sure I could imagine a much nicer idea for Mother’s Day than a hug from my kids. I just know you feel that same, right? Good news: I’ve figured out a way for everyone to get and give a Mother’s Day hug, too!
I’m sharing a Mother’s Day Gift today: DIY Mother’s Day Monogram Journals. With one week to go, I wanted to make sure you had time to create something special because I think that there’s something extra special about the act of using your own hands to create; using your own imagination and creating a personalised
Join me on INSTAGRAM for MORE INSPIRATION 10 + Handmade willowday projects for everyone to make for Mom. Just click below for links… Starting with precious hands: Mother’s Day Handprint Cards Jewelry for you to make side by side: Big and small wrapped necklaces for designmom | Personalized Flowers for Mom: Make Fabric pyramids (for keepsakes)
Join me on INSTAGRAM for MORE INSPIRATION Are you ready for Mother’s Day? This gift wrap is perfect for Mom. It’s an all in one: card + gift bag that is complete with a flower. I’ve been so captivated by the Swedish Spring “Gulsippa” flowers (here) that I wanted to come up with a way to send some
Make Mother’s Day Handprint Cards with us today. Make these Mother’s Day Handprint Card for Mom. Join me on INSTAGRAM for MORE INSPIRATION These work perfectly for Grandma, a teacher or even as a birthday card for a friend. What starts with an individual handprint becomes art with embellishment! Add Mother’s Day Handprint Cards this year.
Personalized Mother’s Day Present Dipped jewelry keeps catching my eye recently. I absolutely love the contrast of wood and shine and wanted to do a project with the kids for special mothers in our lives. After trial and error, we’ve decided that painting to achieve the dipped look, vs actual dipping, worked best. If you’d
Hello friends! I’ve missed you. I can’t believe how hard it is to keep up with everything while the kids are home on their 2 week Winter Break. I do feel so lucky, though. I’ve just returned from a visit to London with our oldest son. It was an amazing trip with such special memories!