May
06
2012

Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mother’s Day!

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Links to Love

With only one week to go until Mother’s Day, I thought that it would be fun to share some great ideas and recipes that you could use (or print them and leave them out for your husband and the kids to use!) to celebrate this special day!

Mother’s Day Questionaire

 Mothers Day Questionaire Printable Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

Last year, my husband made a video of the kids talking about what they loved best about Mom. Here is an easier version of that…. have each of the kids sit down and answer these questions about Mom or Grandma. Such a fun idea! Thanks The Crafting Chicks!

2 Easy To Make Mother’s Day Gifts!

Mod Podge Photo Flower Pots Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

I love these Mod Podge Photo Flower Pots that were featured on Tip Junkie!

Fingerprint Pendants Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

And these fingerprint pendants are very cute too. As a necklace or even as a keychain. Thanks A Girl And A Glue Gun!

2 Fantastic Breakfast-in-Bed Recipes

Overnight Blueberry French Toast Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

How nice would it be to wake up to blueberry french toast on Mother’s Day? Six Sister’s Stuff has a great recipe that is mostly prepared the night before!

Strawberry Protein Pancakes with Yogurt Filling Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

Or a healthy and delicious option are these Strawberry Protein Pancake Rollups with Yogurt Filling from Dashing Dish!

2 Great Mother’s Day Printables

And I just had to share these beautiful Mother’s Day Printables. You could use them as a small card to decorate a breakfast tray, you could clip them to a banner, or you could frame them and enjoy them all month long as you celebrate Moms and Grandmas.

Home is Where Your Mom Is Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

Home is Where Your Mom Is, as featured on Tip Junkie.

Mothers Day hands and Hearts Printable Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

Mother’s Day Hands and Hearts printable from My Blessed Life.

*Please note that all photos featured here are the sole property of the blogger whose link is provided above, and are meant to show you how cool these ideas are!

Sharons Signture Links to Love: Great Ideas to Celebrate Mothers Day!

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1 Krista May 6, 2012 at 9:11 pm

What great ideas! I may just have to use one of them for the Grandmas…time is running out, so I best get to it! Thanks!
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2 Sharon
Twitter: sharonmomof6
May 7, 2012 at 8:52 pm

Would love to hear how it turns out Krista!

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3 Michaela May 7, 2012 at 10:47 am

Stopping by from the SITS Spring Fling. These are great ideas!! I’m still looking for gifts for the grandmothers and I think I may just have to try to make the fingerprint necklaces.
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4 Sharon
Twitter: sharonmomof6
May 7, 2012 at 8:53 pm

I would love to hear how the fingerprint necklaces turn out Michaela! And thanks so much for stopping by from SITS!

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5 Molly O
Twitter: mollyodesigns
May 7, 2012 at 11:30 am

Found you from SITS and SO happy I did! Love the Mother’s Day questionaire! My mom is flying in this week, so I’m going to have my kids fill this out for her. I can’t wait to take a peek at all your organizational tips. I had 3 kids in 4 years and although the youngest is now 6, I have not been able to catch up on the chaos since they were all born. On a mission now, and I’m hoping your blog will help :)

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6 Sharon
Twitter: sharonmomof6
May 7, 2012 at 8:55 pm

Hi Molly! So glad that your topped by from SITS! I had my first 3 kids in 3 years too…. so I completely understand “the crazy”! This is the first year that they are all in school for a full day- which is why I am on a decluttering mission! The chaos is always just one small step away!

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