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Mother's Day on a Budget

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Mother’s Day is all about showing the women you love how amazing they are, but putting a price on that gratitude can get expensive quickly. Celebrate Mother’s Day on a budget by trying one of these five gifts at unbelievable prices. A lot of these items are on sale – get yours before these great deals end!

1. Paper Flower Pop-Up Cards

Why bother with real flowers when you could get a bouquet that lasts forever? These paper bouquets are beautiful and long-lasting, standing up on their own and never running the risk of shattering or wilting. Grab one from Amazon on sale for $9 today.

2. Deep Tissue Massage Gun

For the moms who never rest, there’s nothing like a professional-quality massage after a long day. While massage guns usually go for $100 or more, this portable handheld muscle massager is on sale for $20 – grab one while the deal lasts!

3. Pretty Gardening Tools

This kit is perfect for those just getting into gardening. It includes floral-printed gloves, a matching shovel and gardening fork, and two bonus candles just for that special touch. On sale now for just $7, this set could even be paired with a new plant to really make her day.

4. Windowsill Herb Garden

With grocery prices only going up, now is the perfect time to start growing your own herbs. This window-ready kit is perfect for anyone, no yard or garden required. Gift one this Mother’s Day for only $20.

5. Belt Bag

Luckily for moms, nothing’s made a comeback quite like the fanny pack. This Lululemon bag is especially popular – small but spacious, stylish but discreet. Get her the bag everyone’s talking about for less than $40.

As long as you take the time to tell her how appreciated she is, any mom in your life will have a spectacular Mother’s Day. If you’re looking to go the extra mile and give her a gift, don’t feel like you have to break the bank! Any of these five budget-friendly presents is sure to put a smile on her face.

Rachel Rebecca Smith is a graduate student at James Madison University. After earning a BA in Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication at JMU, she decided to return to the program for her Master’s. She will graduate with her MA in WRTC this May.

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