Great Gift Suggestions for Mother’s Day – Part 1

Mother’s are special every day of the year, but you should plan now to make sure your Mom knows how much she means to you. Why not show your thoughtfulness by getting her a personalized gift she can use over and over. Won’t it be nice to know that she will be thinking of you each time she uses your gift to her? Since Mom’s come in all ages with a multitude of styles, favorite colors and preferences the following is designed to help you find the best fit for a personalized gift for your Mom this Mother’s Day.

If your Mom tends to be traditional she will probably enjoy a gift of Hand Bordered Correspondence Cards with coordinating lined envelopes. These Hand Bordered Correspondence Cards come in a wide array of border colors; Navy, Hot Pink, Hunter Green, Wine, Purple, Brown, Black, Red, Yellow or French Blue to name a few. They can be personalized in your Mother’s name in your choice of a script or block typestyle, or you can just highlight her initials in a classic monogram format. Depending on your border color choice you can personalize her cards in a matching ink, or choose to accentuate her name in a complementary color. You can complete your gift by dressing up the envelopes with one of our beautiful lined envelope choices. This gift is sure to say "I care" in all the right ways!

If your Mom has more of a classic taste, consider one of the following choices of fold notes. The Ornate Embossed Name or Initial Notes feature her initials or name and single initial in a sophisticated embossed type. The personalization is surrounded by a richly double embossed border that adds to the charm. Another classic choice would be the Cherish Embossed Notes. These elegant fold notes feature your Mom’s name in and embossed script font surrounded by a lovely embossed floral motif. She will be proud to use either one of these selections when sending out her next note to a friend or loved one.


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