Time is money. So you’ll be glad to hear that this post is all about saving you time AND money. These are my top supermarket picks for Mother’s Day, all under £10 and all of which you can grab next time you pop in for a pint of milk.
Spectacles by Sue Perkins, £9, Tesco Who doesn’t love Sue Perkins? I mean if you don’t, then we need to talk. This #1 bestseller is top of my wish list this Mother’s Day (just above wine and chocolate). I’ll be factoring numerous ‘toilet trips’ into my day accordingly.
Spotty China Mug, 75p, Waitrose I’m a mug for a mug, and at 75p this little cutie is such a bargain you’d be a mug not to right? Fill it with smellies, fluffy socks or Mum’s favourite choccy bars for a cute personalised gift.
Lanolips Rose Lip Ointment, £8.16, Waitrose Made with medical grade lanolin and containing Vitamin E and SPF15 this hardworking treat for lips gives a hint of colour-perfect for everyday.
3 x Mini-notebooks, £3, Sainsbury’s These days if I don’t write something down you can guarantee I WILL NOT REMEMBER IT, hence the need for a notebook somewhere on my person at all times. I’m old school when it comes to note making, preferring actual pen and paper to anything remotely technical so these little A6 size notebooks are perfect for stashing in my bag, pocket, car or wherever inspiration might strike!
Champagne, was £24.50 now £10, ASDA This Louvel Fontaine Champagne Brut is currently just £10 at ASDA so it would be rude not to – no indication on how long this offer is running unfortunately until so GO QUICK!!
Large Trinket Box, £8, Sainsbury’s I love the geometric shape of this bronze and glass trinket box, it would look great in the bathroom for cotton balls or as somewhere to store all the random bits of stuff that accumulate on the bedside table.
Rose Gold Frame, £8, Sainsbury’s OK, now let me just say I am generally not a fan of most ‘Mummy’ specific
tat gifts as I regularly remind my kids/husband. They know by now to keep walking past the gift section and straight ahead to the wine/confectionary aisle thank you very much. However, this frame caught my eye for three reasons. 1. It’s pretty to look at so I would actually consider having it in my home rather than immediately hiding it in the charity shop pile. 2. It allows your little cherubs to list the reasons you so are amazing to them which makes it much more personal and meaningful than anything Tatty Teddy could ever offer. 3. You could definitely use it to display cute prints, photos or future offerings from your budding artists if you’re a really nice mummy! (keeping your original list in the ‘special stuff’ box of course).
So there you have it, no excuses for anyone not giving/getting some well deserved treats this Mother’s Day – I hope you liked my supermarket finds and have a cuddle-filled day of celebrating Motherhood!