Mother’s Day is right around the corner and if you need a gift mom or grandma will truly love, consumer advocate Michelle Mortensen has some ideas to consider.
Create a picture book from photos on your computer, Facebook, Instagram or other social media page with chatbooks.com.
The custom books start at $12. Series books start at $8.
Michelle made one with pictures from social media in less than 5 minutes and it cost her less than $20.
Oak Bottle turns ordinary wine into extraordinary wine in 70 hours or less. Pour any bottle into an Oak Bottle and it will be infused with extravagant aromas and oak.
They also have bottles for beers and spirits.
The wine Oak Bottle starts at $89.
Bezel & Bytes
Bezel and Bytes makes high tech high fashions.
Check out their collection of studded and chain linked Apple Watch bands and the wide variety of gold, silver and rose gold covers they have for various styles of Fitbits.
Buy before May 5 using the promo code YEAHMOM for free stud earnings to be added to your purchase.
Now, most moms would love to get a trip to somewhere fabulous for Mother’s Day, but if a vacation isn’t in your budget, consider Oojra fragrances.
Oojra will transport mom to a whole new world using aromatic essential oils. The reed diffusers will help mom relax, refocus and find balance.
Their most popular scent is their Thai Jasmine Bamboo.
Many items are on sale right now.
If your mom is the type that loves new experiences, you may want to check out MasterClass.com.
For just $90, you can buy mom her own master class with a celebrity. She can get a cooking class with Gordon Ramsay, a tennis lesson with Serena Williams, or singing lessons with Christina Aguilera.
It’s a totally interactive online education platform where the teachers are all world renowned A-listers.
For the older mom, grandma, or loved one who is far from home there is Nucleus.
Nucleus is a modern take on the home intercom. It uses Wifi and can link to multiple rooms, floors, and homes across the globe.
This picture intercom even works with voice commands if you hook it up to an Amazon Echo. It’s a great choice for uniting less technically savvy families through video chat.
It starts at $199.