This year Kimberly and I wanted to create something for our mothers that would be really personal instead of just grabbing a card or a quick gift to give to them this Sunday. So we put our thinking caps on and and included Stephanie, our fabulous intern, for our DIY Mother’s Day gift project. My mom loves to bake and loves anything vintage even more so I went on a hunt at the local flea market to grab the staples, the bowl, the napkins and the tins and ended it with a trip to a local bakery, Tartes, for the final touches. Kimberly’s mom has quite the green thumb so she ventured out to one of our favorite shops, Terrain, to collect her supplies and finished it off with an amazing antique watering can that she found at the local estate sale. We really wanted to include Stephanie in the project and learned that her mother really loves to read. So we thought, how we could take modern books from and give them a fun facelift? With a little help from the Martha Stewart paper collection at Michael’s and a our trusty double-sided tape gun we turned her books into a cute gift. We loved creating something that will be meaningful for each of our moms this mother’s day and we were able to keep the cost for each gift below $40. Check out more of our story on Elizabeth Anne Designs
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