Make Mother’s Day extra special this year with these 6 gift ideas

After a hard year for many moms—from juggling work and homeschooling to keeping families safe and healthy—Mother’s Day is extra special this year. Show appreciation for Mom on May 9 by treating her to these gifts. And if you’re looking to ditch Amazon and shop small or local, you’ve come to the right place.

Even Keel Bath Bombs

Made with natural clays and essential oils blends, this set comes with six pretty bath bombs to help Mom relax with a nice soak in the tub. They’re laced with botanicals, which makes them pretty to look at while stored on the bathroom counter before use. $30,

Amigoni Wine Membership

Wine Club members get discounts, invites to events (when the pandemic is no more), first access to new wines and bottle subscriptions at this Stockyards District winery. We recommend their sparkling pinot grigio. $140-$500 based on membership level,

Personalized Initial Necklace

A mother herself, Jennifer Cervantes started jewelry company Tough as a Mother to empower others through their journeys of motherhood. The dainty gold initial necklaces are a way for Mom to carry her children with her every day. $45,

Four Ferns Puzzle

Puzzles are all the rage nowadays—and some even double as table or wall art. Lemonade Pursuits’ one-thousand-piece puzzles are the works of women artists that are perfectly frameable when finished. $30,

Zum Glow Lavender Candle

Your favorite local soap company makes candles, too. The candle is made from soy wax and lavender oils, which can be lit to promote relaxation and a good night’s sleep. $16,

Super Mom Card

Wish your mom a happy Mother’s Day via snail mail with a card from local paper goods shop Hammerpress. This gold foil-pressed card with a colorful, hexagonal pattern is sure to make her day sweeter. $6,

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