Scenario: You’re just living your life—waking up, working, eating, sleeping—and then out of the blue, it’s Mother’s Day. It’s too late to order and ship what she really wanted online, and grabbing something at the store just doesn’t feel personal enough. And a hand-illustrated card stopped being cute after you lost all of your baby teeth.
The clock’s ticking—what should you do?
Well, for one, don’t sweat. I’ve been there! There’s still lots of thoughtful ways to make Mom (or Grandma or Aunt or whomever you want to celebrate) feel special. Here are five ideas you can make in very little time (yes, even day-of if you're reading this that late) and no one will be the wiser. (Although, save yourself some stress and create a reminder for next year.)