Woman and child

Mother’s Day Creative Ideas

26th February 2015

Mother’s Day is upon us again and I like to be creative, because it means so much more when a gift is made for you.

I found out that Truprint are running a Mum in a Million campaign which includes giving away 1 MILLION personalised Mother’s Day cards, so created one!


I created a card from my son and nephew for their nan, which included a gorgeous photo of them both in their dressing up outfits.

Due to my mum occasionally reading this blog I can’t show you yet!

truprint mother's day range
Some of the Truprint Mother’s Day range

If you want to grab a free card, simply design the card on Truprint and then at the checkout use the code MUMINAMILLION and it will deduct it off your total.

Postage is 99p, but I got a lot of other items at the same time so was impressed with the price.

Last year I made cards for the females in my family using cut outs of pictures my son painted (see how I did it here). So this has inspired me again for this year too!

Last year’s Mother’s Day cards Chunk and I made!


I love my son to paint and draw things because these really are priceless and make great gifts for his family.

I’m thinking about doing some handprint/footprint pictures in the shape of a heart, watch this space!

I’ve ordered a special photo block from Truprint featuring a photo of my son as his gift to his nan, which is a photograph in a clear, rectangular box.

I think it’s a unique spin on a framed photo and is something his nan has never had before.

They offer personalised keyrings, mugs and place mats which would also make great, unique gifts for loved ones.

To see their range go to their Mothers Day section here.

What are you doing for Mother’s Day?

Truprint provided me with a personalised Mother’s Day card and some photo prints for the purpose of this post. No payment was given and all opinions are honest and my own. 


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