First of all you must go to a crafts store and pick a nice basket that your mom can use even after she has dismantled the gifts. There are several types of baskets available, such as collapsible and folding baskets. Choose the one that suits your mom the most; this may depend on the color or design of the basket. You may even choose a theme or design that resembles her interests.
Has your mom been spending a lot of time watching The Home Edit on Netflix? If so, she is probably itching for some organization in her life. Open Spaces, a home brand launched in January 2020, has fantastic gift options like these nesting trays that give rings and keys a place to be. They come in three colorways (light pink, navy, and dark green) and are made from responsibly sourced materials like recyclable plastic and solid wood ash.
If the mom in your life has a garden that supplies more bountiful produce than she can eat, if she’s an avid fisher or hunter, or if she just likes to DIY her snacks, she may enjoy an at-home food dehydrator. Drying food from scratch is a time-consuming endeavor, but it’ll let her control the ingredients that go into her dried foods. Of all the dehydrators we tested, the Nesco FD-1018A Gardenmaster Dehydrator was the best at drying apples, beef jerky, onions, and fruit puree evenly. If Mom could use a little drying inspiration, a great accompaniment is The Dehydrator Bible, which Lesley Stockton (staff writer and author of our food-dehydrator guide) called “a good reference for newbies and seasoned food-moisture-suckers alike.”