Mother’s Day Products

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 10. Here are some items that you can have delivered straight to her door to remind her that she’s loved even if quarantining is putting a damper on your annual brunch.

Funny Gift Candle

Issaquah-based Jennifer Sulcer, owner of Tiger Mountain Farms, makes soy candles poured into recycled wine bottles that are accompanied with hilarious sayings. This gift will make mom laugh and also give her about 50 hours to relax with cedar, pine, patchouli, and eucalyptus scents. $25

 


 

Custom Family Drawing

Etsy seller Ashely of PrintableWisdom is popular for her simple and beautiful custom illustrations of your family. Couples, families, and even pets can be featured — all you have to do is email photos of each person/pet and let Ashley know a few other details, and you’ll have a handmade piece for Mom to treasure forever. $60+

 


 

Weighted Blanket

Hello, total relaxation. There’s a reason weighted blankets have been all the rage for the last couple of years: They quell anxiety, feel amazing, mimic the sensation of being hugged or swaddled, and make grown-up nap time even better. We love the stylish weighted blanket made by Bearaby, which is a chunky knit, naturally weighted blanket free of fillers. Available in 15, 20, and 25 pounds. $249

 


 

Adult Coloring Book

Quarantine or no, moms need their own creative projects to work on while the kiddos play. Give her an adult coloring book and a pack of super-sharp colored pencils so her mind can have some downtime while the kids color, too. Popular for good reason, coloring books by Johanna Basford are intricate, beautiful, and full of whimsy. Coloring can help reduce stress — and also remind parents about the joys of their own childhoods. $16.95

 


 

Flower Subscription Service

Looking for a gift that keeps on giving? Get Mom a flower subscription service from Seattle’s The Stemmery, a flower shop that specializes in bouquet subscriptions with local fresh flowers. Choose from the Rainier Bouquet, Cascadian Stems, or Olympic Blooms subscriptions, which range in price from $35 to $75 per month. One-time deliveries also are available.

 

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