Your Mum or Grandma will adore a homemade gift for Mother's Day! Why else does she still have the Christmas decoration you made in school or the lopsided pot that was supposed to be a vase? Our loved ones treasure the gifts made with love and thought! We've put together some ideas for handmade gifts you can easily make at home - don't forget Mother's Day is 14th March!

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Embroidered handkerchiefs

Now at first glance, you may think this is a little old fashioned, but at a time when we need to be less wasteful, reverting to cotton, linen or muslin handkerchiefs is the way to go! Not to mention they're so pretty or smart to have tucked in your pocket. Just ensure you don’t share, use a fresh one each day and wash thoroughly!

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Method:

1. Fabric, now you may have a box of fabric hankies already that are perfect to personalise. If not, cotton bedding or table linen that has seen better days or an item of cotton or linen clothing that you are happy to cut up, it can be plain or patterned, just make sure when you embroider, you use a thread that contrasts well so it shows up on the finished handkerchief. These also make beautiful memorial gifts if the item belonged to someone dear to you. Of course any fabric store will also have suitable fabric.

2. Cut the fabric into 14 inch squares (35.5cm), do this for as many handkerchiefs you want.

3. Hem the handkerchief, roll the fabric edges ¼ inch (0.6cm) to the wrong side and you will need a single strand of thread, for a handmade look use a whip stitch or overcast stitch. Be thorough with the stitching as these hems will need to withstand numerous washing machine cycles in its life. Make sure your thread is long enough to go all around the handkerchief or you will have lots of unsightly knots. You can of course use a sewing machine if you have one, you could use a zig zag or straight stitch.

4. Once you have your completed handkerchiefs you can decided what to embroider on them. For example a simple daisy design in one corner using an embroidery quality thread and the basic chain stitch.

5. A lovely idea is to embroider initials in the corner, lightly draw the initials on the fabric where you want them if you are making a few handkerchiefs for one person, tracing the initials on will give a more uniform finish. Again use an embroidery thread and use a stem stitch or again a chain stitch can work. Take your time and follow the lines carefully, making sure your stitching looks as neat on both sides on the handkerchief.

If embroidery isn’t your thing or you’d like younger children to get involved - you can get tie die kits or fabric paints and pens to draw your designs onto the handkerchiefs, making them truly personal. This can also work with tea towels, napkins and flannels.

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Recipe box

Is your mum or Grandmother a keen cook, or is she always wanting to do more cooking but never gets around to it? You could buy a cook book, or even better you could make a recipe box! 

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Equipment:

- A plain wooden box or an old sturdy delivery box big enough to fit at least postcard size cards approx. 21cm x 14.8cm or 14.8cm x 10.5 cm.

- Matt finish light coloured card cut into at least 20 pieces measuring 21cm x 14.8cm or 14.8cm x 10.5cm or postcards, these will be your recipe cards so as many as you like.

- A selection of smaller pieces of card, these can be in a variety of colours, approx. 3cm x 3cm.

- Gift wrap, patterned paper from magazines, decoupage, or removable wallpaper - a pattern that fits with your relative’s décor or represents cooking, of things they love.

- A selection of coloured markers, stickers, patterned washi tape etc.

- Scissors, craft knife, ruler

- Craft glue paint brush

- Felt or fabric

- Ribbon, string, elastic band

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Method:

1. Measure the sides of your wooden/delivery box and mark out on your chosen gift wrap etc.

2. Cut out each shape, and if using removable wallpaper, carefully remove the backing, line up with the correct side of the box and smooth carefully into place ensuring there are no bubbles. If you are using gift wrap or similar cut the shapes out, add a thin even layer of craft glue to the side of the box with the paint brush and carefully line up the paper starting at one edge and gradually smooth it on ensuring there are no bubbles.

3. Repeat this on all sides and allow to dry.

4. Take the piece of felt or fabric and cut out a piece the exact size of the underneath  of the box, add a layer of glue to the box and carefully place the fabric/felt on and leave to dry. Once dry carefully trim any fabric that overhangs the base. This should now give a base that won’t scratch table tops etc.

5. Optionally you can now line the inside of the box with your chosen paper in the same manner as the outside and leave to dry.

6. You may now want to use washi tape to neaten the top open edges of your box particularly if you’ve upcycled a delivery box. Measure your sides and place the washi tape so it folds over the top covering the raw edge of the box.

7. Now you can decide what decorations you would like to add to your box, you can glue embellishments, stickers etc to the outside but don’t forget to add the 'Recipes' wording to the front.

8. Take your postcard size cards keeping a few to one side and either place them inside the box blank, or add some co-ordinating décor to the top edge of each card, a strip of washi tape on each, or a sticker or draw your own design - maybe including recipe, ingredients and method title headings.

9. You can even write recipes on the cards in advance (leaving a few blank for future recipes) so whether that’s old family recipes that are on scraps of paper or in an old book that’s got a bit fragile, or new recipes to try - visit the Exetercation: Activities at Home page for recipe inspiration!

10. Take the postcards you left to one side and the small pieces of card (3cm x 3cm) and glue the smaller card to the back of the postcard in the top left-hand corner with approx 1cm showing above the top of the postcard. Leave to dry and then turn over, you should have a tab style label now showing which you can write sub categories on such as starters, mains, desserts , or meat, vegetarian, vegan, etc depending what you think would be most useful to the recipient, place cards at intervals through the main cards.  

11. The box doesn’t need a lid, when cooking the easier it is to access a recipe the better, but to gift the box add a ribbon/string or band with a homemade tag around the box half way along to stop the cards falling out whilst be transported.

Patterned planters

These are so simple, but added to a room can update the look and feel immediately without costing the earth!

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- Terracotta plant pots various sizes

- Patterned fabric – thin such as cotton or similar

- Craft glue

- Ribbon, lace or similar - optional

Method:

1. These will be indoor planters that your smaller pots will sit in to make them more decorative, so chose pots large enough for this purpose.

2. Cut your fabric to it’s the height of your pot plus 10cm so you have enough fabric to fold into the top of your pot for a neat finish.

3. Make sure the pot is clean and dry and then paint an even layer of glue all over the sides of the pot but not inside or on its base.

4. Take a short edge of your fabric and ensuring one long edge is in line with the bottom of the pot apply the fabric slowly, applying firm pressure and smoothing as you roll it around the pot making sure the fabric has no bubbles or creases.

5. When you meet the start edge of your fabric add about 2cm strip of gue to it and overlap the end of your fabric and press firmly.

6. Leave this to dry.

7. Once dry trim the fabric at the base of pot so it’s neat and inline with edge so the pot is not wobbly when it sits on an even surface.

8. Paint craft clue on the inside rime of the pot and take the excess fabric overhanging top of pot and fold inwards, smoothing as you go, you may find you need to make a neat fold every so often to avoid bulky excess fabric! Take your scissors and remove the inner triangle of the fold before gluing down.

9. Once you have completed this you can trim any loose threads and if you wish you can cover the raw fabric edge with a row of ribbon or similar which will need to be glued in place. You can also add a ribbon or lace to the outside of the pot and glue in place if you like.

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Tip - why not get a selection of fabrics of the same colour, some plain some with different patterns to have a selection of co-ordinating pots!

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DIY lemon & sage bath soak

If you normally treat Mum to a spa treatment, why not gift this gorgeous smelling bath soak this year!

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You will need:

- Clean empty jars with lid such as a mason jar, some coffee jars have pretty glass lids - jam jars work just as well

- Ribbon or string

- Small luggage tag (this can be made out of any card)

- Handful of dried sage crushed

- 4 cups of epsom salts

- 20 drops lemon essential oil

- 10 drops lavender essential oil

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Method:

1. Mix the epsom salts, sage and both oils together in a large bowl, ensuring everything is combined really well.

2. Scoop into your jars and secure lid.

3. If you are using a jar with a lid that’s not so pretty cut a circle of fabric that’s a bit bigger than the diameter of the lid, place over the lid and secure with an elastic band or string.

4. Add your message to the tag and thread the ribbon through it and tie around jar.

5. Why not gift with a small candle and a list of relaxing songs for Mum to listen to while enjoying a spa-like soak in the bath.

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Paint dipped wooden utensils

Such a simple but effective idea that will brighten up any kitchen and put a smile on any avid cooks face!

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You will need:

- A selection of basic wooden or bamboo utensils such as wooden spoons, spatulas, turners, tongs

- Masking tape

- Craft paint

- Paint brush

- High gloss food safe shellac/varnish

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Method:

1. Measure on each handle where you want the pain to finish, for a uniform look measure the same distance on all the utensils. And wrap masking take at this point as neatly as you can. Make sure you do not paint to close to the area on the utensil that will be used to cook/serve as these hard working areas will be more likely to chip.

2. Choose your colour paint, you can paint them all one colour or various colours - for example pastel colours, bright colours or shades of the same colour such as pink starting off dark and adding more white to each colour you mix so the last utensil is pale pink, giving an ombre feel to the utensils when displayed. Think about the colour scheme of the kitchen they will live in.

3. Paint the handle carefully on each utensil to the tape line and leave to dry, you may want to give a few coats of paint depending how rich the colour is.

4. Finish off with a coat of food safe shellac or varnish for that high gloss look.

5. Gift in a large jar/vase or tied together with a co-ordinating ribbon.

Macramé

Macramé was once thought to be left behind in the 70's - with avocado green bathrooms and nylon carpets the trend has really had a big come back in recent years! It's a really versatile craft; it's inexpensive, only a few materials are needed and most children and adults can get to grips with the basics! Macramé can make the perfect plant hangers, wall hangings, dream catchers or even place mats and table runners.

Macramé is a great Mother’s day gift - once you have mastered the basic knots the skies the limit and you’ll soon be addicted! Whilst you could purchase your own Macramé there is nothing quite like the satisfaction of making something yourself. There are lots of ideas online or you could invest in a book such as 'Macramé' by F Zedenius. Click here for the step-by-step guide to create your own!

Homemade gift projects for children

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Equipment:

- Cardboard egg cartons

- Paint various colours

- Wooden lolly sticks

- Buttons various colours

- Ribbon

- Glue or glue dots

- Pipe cleaners

- Green tissue paper or similar

- Clean tin can (with lid removed and top edge covered with insulation tape or similar by adult) or round carton such as a small pringles or similar

- Scissors

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Method:

1. Cut out your egg cartons. You may need to round the edges when cutting so they look more like petals (help younger children with this)

2. Paint your egg cartons, for 5 flowers you will need 5 pink egg carton shapes and 5 purple (or whatever colours you choose). Once dry make a small hole in the bottom of the egg carton with a pencil or pen (again help younger children)

3. Add some glue inside the purple cartons and place a pink carton in each.

4. Fold a pipe cleaner in half so that the fold is the bottom of the stem and carefully push the two ends through the holes in the base of each flower. Twist the stem from top to bottom o make it stronger. (if you want a stronger stem use paper straws or thin painted dowels)

5. Glue your chosen button to the top of the pipe cleaner inside the flower (twist the pipe cleaner bit first!)

6. Take your wooden lolly sticks and paint them in any colours you want, they will be used to surround the tin can so you may want to colour them green for grass or fence coloured – up to you. Leave to dry.

7. Once dry glue them vertically around your tin can or carton, glue dots make this easier for younger children.

8. Now add the scrunched tissue paper to the inside of your can as a filler and place your flowers inside.

9. Finish your can off by tying a ribbon around it with finishing with a bow.

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Equipment:

- Selection of buttons different sizes and colour

- Card white or (coloured pastel or spring colours work well)

- Sheet of green felt or foam

- Craft glue

- Scissors

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Method:

1. This project can either make a picture gift or a Mother’s Day card, decide which you are going to do and if you are making a card fold your coloured card in half.

2. Take your green felt or foam and cut into thin strips, these will be your flower stems so having them at different lengths will create interest.

3. Glue your strips onto your card vertically, leaving a good space between each so that you have enough room to add all your flower petals in a moment.

4. Take a button and glue it about a 1cm above the top of one of your stems.

5. Glue smaller or bigger buttons around this central button to make your flower petals. Repeat this on all stems.

6. If you have green buttons stick one or two at intervals down each stem to make leaves, if not you can draw these on or leave without.

7. Leave to dry and then you can mount it and frame if it’s a gift or write a lovely rhyme inside for Mother’s Day if it’s a card.

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Gift tokens

No not for your Mum's favourite shop – although that is also a good idea, these are handmade tokens that she can 'cash in' whenever your Mum wants to. This is a great idea for children to really get involved in.

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Equipment:

- Card or quality paper

- Felt tip pens

- Biro

- Stickers or similar

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Method:

1. Cut your card or paper into equal sizes, for older children maybe 5.5cm x 8.5cm and maybe for younger children 14cm x 10cm so they have more room to write.

2. Decorate the edge of each token with the felt tip pens leaving space in the middle of the card for writing

3. In the middle of each card write a heading 'Token' in felt tip pen, then add what the token entitles the holder to in biro. Here are some ideas of tokens from various ages of children.

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Ideas for gift tokens:

1. This token entitles the holder to one bear hug. Unlimited use in March

2. This token entitles the holder to one breakfast in bed - valid for one use only

3. This token entitles the holder to a cup of tea – valid for 7 uses only

4. This token entitles the holder to one bubble bath run and undisturbed

5. This token entitles the holder to listen to music of her choice in the car – valid 3 journeys

6. This token entitles the holder to one dinner cooked by Dad and the kids – valid for one use

7. This token entitles the holder to be in charge of the TV remote control for one evening

8. This token entitles the holder to one squabble free morning – valid for 4 mornings

9. This token entitles the holder to a hand car wash inside and out – valid once

10. This token entitles the holder to one household chore of her choice – valid for 4 chores

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