Are you struggling to find the mother in your life a gift this year for Mother's Day? Especially with not long left until the big day - 18th March. How about popping along to your local supermarket? Yeah, avoid the business of town and pop along to your nearest ASDA. At least you're guaranteed long opening hours and the fact you'll be able to get both cards and gifts at the same time.
I've been along to browse for myself and I also get sent some examples so I can actually get a feel for the gifts. First thing - great value for money. It's stuff the kid could pick up for pocket money prices. I got sent these 4 items - Ceramic Cake Stand, Cookie Jar, Cream Pot with Freesias & a Gift Planter with Bulbs. And want to know much all of that comes too? £20 as gift is £5 each. Personally for me as a mother herself on a budget this is great value, means picking up both the mother in law and the great grandma gifts each.*
Secondly there seems to be something for whatever the mother in your life is into be it baking, gardening or pretty things in general. For me it all tickles my fancy, we like baking cakes so the cake stand will see lots of yummy cake. The treat jar will come handy for hiding my treats from the children and the gardening stuff looks quite simple to use, great for a gardening novice like me.
If you're already sorted for Mother's Day why not treat yourself? After all, at these prices you can afford too.
*I may of added a bottle of fizzy pop each from that shiny alcohol aisle.
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