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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Mother's Day Gift Guide - Hallmark Gifts Under $25

As a member of the Hallmark Press Pause Blogger Panel, I am sharing with you some ideas for Mother's Day gifts under $25. And not because mothers don't deserve to be spoiled rotten with luxurious gifts from time to time. But because we can celebrate those who make our lives special by "pressing pause" and connecting with them in meaningful ways, whether it be with a simple card, a special keepsake or a recordable storybook. Shown below are my top four gifts for mom that won't break the bank.

  1. Mother's Day Snippets and Stories - This spiral-bound book features book cloth spine, handmade paper cover with gold bronze pattern, 25 designed 4-color pages, pocket pages, foldout pages, two glassine envelopes and 11 die-cut embellished tags. Special Offer: $24.95 
  2. Mug/Stationary Bundle with Coordinating Pen - These special stationery and mug bundles are available in three different designs. They make a perfect gift for Mom or even that favourite teacher. (Nudge, nudge!) Special: FREE with any purchase of $30 or more, or $7.95 each with each purchase of three Hallmark cards MSRP: $14.95 
  3. Magnetic Memo Board Burlap - Reminder notes, random happy notes, or sweet nothings. Keep all your notes in one place with this handy memo board that includes a satin ribbon for hangings, and a set of six coloured magnets for displaying notes. $24.95
  4. Thanks, Mom: Letters, Poems and Short Stories of Gratitude - For the book-lover, share some of the many reasons to thank Mom with this first-ever book created by Hallmark fans like you. Read touching letters, poems and short stories that'll make you reflect on just how much moms do for the ones they love. $14.99
 

My personal favourite out of the four, and what I found to be most practical, is the Magnetic Memo Board. And since I love it so much, I have agreed to give one away to a lucky reader of Toronto Teacher Mom. Simply complete the Rafflecopter form below to be eligible to win.


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Disclosure: I was sent product from Hallmark Canada as part of their Hallmark Press Pause Blogger Panel to help facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

33 comments:

  1. Tell her I love her every day and bring her flowers

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  2. I would take her flowers to her grave side.

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  3. I would tell her how much I appreciate all that she has done for me and how much I love her.

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  4. I would send her and her husband on a beautiful honeymoon she's always wanted.

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  5. I would tell her I love and appreciate all that she has done for us by making her an incredible dinner.

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  6. I would take her to Europe to see her family she hasn't seen in decades.

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  7. I would put together a scrapbook of memories of all the ways I've been fortunate to have her in my life.

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  8. I would tell her I love her more and give her the money to go to Nashville, she has been wanting to go there for some time now!!

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  9. i would love to take her out to her fav restaurant

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  10. I'd get her a nice camera, she's always wanted one.

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  11. I would tell her that I love her and can never repay her for everything she's done for me and the family.

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  12. Flowers on her grave , If she was here with me it would be flowers and spa day

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  13. Flowers on her grave & a donation to charity in her memory ♥ (Judy Cowan)

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  14. I told her how much I appreciated every thing she had done for me before she passed away three years ago.

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  15. I'd buy her irises - my grandfather used to grow them and they are her favourite flower

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  16. I'd love to take her on a trip to someplace she's never been but would love (like maybe PEI).

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  17. I would take her to Poland to meet her whole family to show her that sooooo many people love her.

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  18. I would thank her for all she sacrificed for my brother and I while we were growing up and tell her I love her!

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  19. I would give her a hug and kiss and tell her that I lover her. I do not do that enough.

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  20. I'd tell my mum thanks for putting up with me through my rebellious teenage years!

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  21. i would love to take my mom on a trip to anywhere she would like to go.

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  22. I'd love to take my mom on a girls getaway with the some shopping, dining, and manicures.

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  23. I would simply be with her. Spend the day. No phones. Just us. Lots of hugs, a nice walk, and lots of I love you'd and thank you'd.

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  24. I would love to take my mom out to get manicures together. Havent seen momma in a couple months. |:

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  25. I would plan some special things for us to do when she comes to visit next week.

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  26. If I could, I'd pay off all her bills and debts.

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  27. I would take my mom to see a baseball game (American League) at Yankee Stadium! That is something she'd love.
    Cheers.

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  28. I would show her the world, let her travel and have time to herself because she given me and my family more than we can ever thank her for.

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  29. I would love to give her a spa weekend. I am sure she would love a weekend of being pampered and just read, read, read.

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