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Your Mother’s Day Gift Guide From $6-$80


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Sunday is Mother’s Day and shopping for parents is the most difficult because they usually buy themselves the stuff they want. The stuff they can’t afford is usually really grownup stuff like a vacation in Paris or a giant TV. We can barely afford to indulge ourselves let alone the woman who birthed us. Spare yourselves a few coffees or even a meal or two and get your mom something cool. No worries, cool doesn’t mean expensive, it just means thoughtful and perdy. Check out the following Mother’s Day gift ideas with cool stuff from six bucks to eighty dollar bills, y’all. (Click the red to purchase.)

The Honey Dispenser $5.95

This honey dispenser is irresistibly cute and the price point is boss. I don’t even use honey but I was thinking of getting it just to put stuff in. Like, look at it. It’s six dollars! Gimme!

The Baggu $9
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The Baggu is a highly trendy, highly chic shopping tote that comes in all different sizes, colors, prints and fabrics like nylon, leather, and canvas. It folds into a mini so you can carry it in your purse and whip it out whenever window shopping becomes IRL shopping.

I Heart My Little A-Holes: A bunch of holy-crap moments no one ever told you about parenting $12
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The author of Go The F**k To Sleep returns with this hilarious collection of stories only a mother could love. This will remind your mom that you’re not so bad  or that maybe you are but that they should love you anyway, right?

The Cann Cann Candle $12.95

For the mom who loves to decorate like a bohemian. The Cann Cann Candle is simple yet stylish enough to seamlessly fit into anyone’s decorating scheme.

Yoga Positions Card Set $14.95

For the crunchy granola mom. Yoga is ideal for older bones because it’s strength building and low impact, it’s also for mom’s of any shape or size. A pose a day keeps the doctors away.

The Infused Water Bottle $15
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This is one of those things you see all the time and you’re like, “Oh, that’s so cool” But then you never really muster up the balls to buy it for yourself. That’s why it’s such a great gift. Cucumber infused water is like the best thing ever.

The Travel Kit $16

For the mom that travels. This cute travel set includes an eye mask, ear plugs, neck pillow and carrying case.

The Tea Brewer $24.95

The tea brewer. Mom’s love their tea. Far too many think it’s the cure for literally everything. This cool BPA-free tea brewer can be used over ice or for hot tea.

The Mason Jar Herb Garden $26

The Mason jar herb garden is for the mom who does have a garden and the mom who doesn’t have a garden but has a window. I’d say it was for all moms but it’s really for the mom with the sweetest Pinterest board, tbh.

The Self Chilling Wine Glass $50
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These wine glasses chill themselves. They’re like, so chill, yo. You’ll want to steal one for yourself from this set of 2.

The Kindle Classic $69
KS-slate-02-lg._V399249911_Reading is fundamental. The Kindle classic is down to $69 bucks now. If your mommy is still holding onto paper books (I understand) just let her know this is better for the environment. On top of that she won’t need those reading glasses because you can make the font as big as you need.

Nest Perfume And Body Cream Set $79

Everyone loves perfume. Choosing the right scent isn’t easy but I received a sample of this baby from QVC Beauty, the light floral notes and subtle sweetness will resonate with most. I personally get headaches from most fragrances but this was light and fresh enough for spring.

Emerald is an editor at CollegeCandy, lover of coffee, and pretend francophile. After studying writing and popular culture at NYU she decided to be a grownup and get a job. Tweet at ya' girl @EmeraldGritty.