With Mother’s Day on it’s way very soon on Sunday 15th March, finding the perfect Mother’s Day card can sometimes be tricky. Made With Love have some really beautiful and totally unique designs that I’m sure any mum would truly love.
The cards are delivered in a box, each wrapped in tissue to protect their pretty decoration. Each card is printed on pearlised card, with a pearlised paper inner layer inside. My cards are blank inside but you can have them personalised with any words you like and also additional words added to the front on certain cards. These cards do come with “Happy Mother’s Day” on the front already.
I think the designs are beautiful and I would be more than happy to receive a card like this and know my mum would love them too. The first two cards above are adorned with a vintage style crystal cluster and one has Nottingham lace with satin ribbon on.
The third card is for a child to give to their mum. It has four sentences that are started then there is a space for your child to continue writing and complete the sentence. They are:
My Mummy laughs when I…
My Mummy loves me because…
If I could give Mummy anything it would be…
I love my Mummy because…
This is such a lovely idea and I will be passing this card to my husband to give to my daughter to fill out and give to me. I can’t wait to read what she has written on Mother’s Day! This card will be a lovely keepsake too, to look back on in years to come.
All in all a lovely selection of Mother’s Day cards. Why not check Made With Love out?
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the cards in order to write the review.
Mother’s Day is the perfect time to spend time with family and of course spoil your mum. But what do you buy? There’s always the traditional flowers and chocolates but I think it’s nice to find something a bit different and possibly personalised. This is where Truprintcould be the place you are looking for. Nowadays they do so much more than produce photographic prints, in fact there is quite an array of personalised gifts available that would be perfect for Mother’s Day this year.
For my mum, I will probably buy her some flowers but I like to give her a present too. It’s always hard to buy for her as she seems to have everything but then I spotted this personalised jigsaw which can be made from a photograph. I know she enjoys doing a jigsaw, so I decided to get a puzzle made up using a family photograph taken earlier this year. I think it is something that she will enjoy doing with the grandchildren and they will be fascinated that their images have been immortalised onto a jigsaw!
For myself I want something useful for Mother’s Day, a nice gift that doesn’t just sit there (I have enough clutter in my house!) so when I spotted this 13oz Photo Travel Mug I knew it’s something I’d like to receive as I need a new lidded mug for work and how lovely to be able to look at pictures of my children all day! I think receiving something practical is so much more acceptable these days especially when it’s personalised.
For children I think it’s appropriate to give just a small gift to their mummies, and something they can help design themselves and thats when I spotted these 3D Animated Bookmarks. With a vast choice of backgrounds to choose from and the ability to add two photos to each one that magically change when you tilt it, these are the perfect choice for children to give as gifts. My two designed one each with their own photos in and I can’t wait to receive them on Mother’s Day to use in my books.
Another simple idea is a keyring where you can simply choose an image to go inside. These are ideal to use as a small gift on their own, or to add to other gifts.
Why not take a look at the Truprint website yourself and see what you can find to give your mum this Mother’s Day?
Truprint also offer photo cards, so what a perfect opportunity to have one made up for your mum this Mother’s Day. This year Truprint are running a Mum in a Million campaign where they want to make a million mums smile by giving away 1 million personalised Mother’s Day cards.
To claim one of these cards just go to Truprint and enter MUMINAMILLION at the checkout.
Awards one free 7×5 folded card
Standard P&P charges apply (99p)
Ship to recipient not available
Complete with envelope
Code is One time use only
Strictly one code use per household.
I was provided with Truprint credit to write this post, all opinions are my own.
A week ago Saturday I was really excited to have my mum coming to visit and stay for a whole week. With my family living 250 miles away, we don’t get many opportunities to see each other and when we do it’s usually only for a couple of days. I picked her up off the train with Miss M and Mister B who were really excited to see their Nanny and greeted her little basket of flowers.
The next day being Mother’s day, we visited our local Prezzo restaurant for lunch – always a favourite with us, where Mum and I were given a complimentary glass of Prosecco on top of the bottle of wine we had just ordered – not that I’m complaining of course!! We also managed a quick photo opportunity – the perfect shot for Mother’s day with three generations together.
Miss M couldn’t wait for dessert to get her bambinocino – the little teacup full of frothy milk, sprinkled with chocolate and Mister B couldn’t wait to get stuck into his chocolate ice cream. We went for a short walk outside after but the wind became very bitter and icy that we soon headed home to relax.
The next day was my birthday and having taken the day off work, I got to spend a relaxing day with my mum, meeting a friend for lunch and then off home to spend the evening with my children. My dear Miss M had sneaked to the shops with Nanny the day before and chosen me a gorgeous sparkly fairy birthday cake – bless her!! And for my work colleagues I baked some chocolate cupcakes with some pink swirly icing, plus a few extra for us – yummy!
That evening while sat on the sofa our cat Twinkle curled up beside us and as she rolled on her back we noticed a large opening on her stomach – almost like a large ulcerated patch which looked very sore and weepy. The next morning I took her straight to the vets only to be given the dreaded news that she has a large tumour and required surgery the next day!!! Arghh – my poor baby!! I left her in the capable hands of the vets and waited patiently until the following day.
The next day I found out the tumour was malignant and the cancer was worse than expected but they had removed as much as they could and we can only wait and see what the future holds. At the same time we also took the opportunity to have her thyroid removed as she was currently on medication for this that we were finding hard to administer. I went and visited Twinkle and she looked well considering although it was heartbreaking to see an enormous scar down the entire length of her stomach. Due to a drain being attached to remove fluid she needed to be kept in a cage so we felt it best to leave her at the vets until the drain was removed especially with us being away from home at the weekend.
On Friday Miss M came home from school with the Head Teacher’s Award certificate for “Excellent reading and writing”. We were so proud of her and she was so thrilled to be given it. I’m sure all the phonics e-books we’ve been practising at home have helped!
On Sunday we had to travel the 250 mile trip back to my hometown for the sad event of my Nanna’s funeral. Having lost all four grandparents in the last 3 and half years, it has been pretty tough going and with this being the last it really is the end of an era and I can see the dynamics of the wider family changing. It’s poor Miss M’s 4th funeral and she only turned 5 in January although I have to say that both Miss M and Mister B were impeccably behaved during the service and Miss M even shed a few tears – bless her!!
On returning home late Monday night having travelling straight from the wake, we were all very tired. Poor Miss M woke in the night having been quite ill in her bed – poor thing. I put it down to the constantly snacking throughout the journey and she seems ok since.
Tuesday morning I had just dropped Miss M at school when my mobile rang. It was the vet, who explained that although he has removed the drain, poor Twinkle is still weeping a fair bit from her wound so it is best to leave her with them for a couple more days.
I hope to visit and bring Twinkle home again tomorrow, I’ve missed her and look forward to giving her lots of cuddles for the forseeable future. xx