Instead of defaulting to the tried-and-true drugstore card and flowers this Mother’s Day (May 9) why not get mom something unique, handmade, or maybe just some of your time?
Tacoma artist Katie Dean has created Mother’s Day gift guides. She makes greeting cards as well as carved linoleum blocks. Buy one of her creations on her Etsy shop, katiedeanart.
Maybe Mom has enough stuff and would like more of your time — and some delicious bites. Why not linger over fondue at The Melting Pot?
If the mom in your life is wanting something sustainable and stylish, pick up something from Framed Chic Upcycled Home. The Tacoma-based shop repurposes old household items and turns them into home decor.
Your mom deserves to be pampered, and what better way than with some personal care items like body lotions, perfumes, and some shampoo from Archibald Sisters in Olympia?
When in doubt, (almost) every mom loves a good candle. Check out En Light Candle Co. in Gig Harbor.