If any of you are like me, you are still trying to decide what to get your moms and mothers-in-law for Mother’s Day! So I have a few little digital scrapbooking project ideas that might help you out. You can still get them done in time, especially if you are Photoshop-savvy and have a printer or a photo lab nearby. Here are some Last Minute Mother’s Day Ideas!
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So my cute brother got married last June, and for one of their wedding gifts I made them a personalized The Family: A Proclamation to the World for their home. I took 14 favorite engagement photos that I took for them and arranged them around the text of the Proclamation in Photoshop, and printed as an 11×14 photo, then had the whole thing framed. I was really happy with how it turned out and now I need to find some time to make one for US! I thought this would be a great Mother’s Day gift that you still have time to make!
Please click here for the link to download the template, grab it now before the link is done: Brooke’s 11×14 Photo Collage Layered Template
A few years ago I made a cute circle mini album for Mother’s Day. I made it in Photoshop and used lots of pics of my kids–their grandmas loved it! I created a layered template if you would like to download it and make one for your mom/grandma this year!
Here is the download link for the album templates (includes layered TIFF files and instructions, not the digital scrapbook papers or embellishments): Brooke’s Circle Album Template
Have you seen those darling little clear paint cans at the craft store? I LOVE using them for all occasions, holidays, baby showers, you name it! You can fill them with treats and little gifts and they are awesome. I like to make “inserts” that you slip inside the paint cans and they always turn out so cute!
I’ve made them for my kids’ school teachers, as seen here:
(supplies from Digital Scrapbook Memories)
If you wanted to make one for yourself, the dimensions are 13.5 by 4.25 inches. I print two of them on an 11×14 sheet at Costco, cut them out and then then I slip the insert into those small clear paint cans that I usually buy at Roberts.
I have created a free download for you–with 2 print-ready Mother’s Day inserts (on a 11×14 page) that you can simply send off to Costco or your favorite photo lab, cut them out and then put them inside a paint can! Fill the can with Mom’s favorite treats, lotion, bath salts, etc. She’ll love it!
Download link here: Brooke’s Mother’s Day Paint Can Insert
Hopefully at least one of these fun personalized projects will help you in your quest for a Mother’s Day gift! Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!!!
PS: Don’t forget to enter Becky’s awesome bracelet giveaway, it ends Friday night!!