Discover a gift for Mom this Mother’s Day that she will cherish. The Rivet Mother’s Day Guide shares local and handmade gifts from makers based in New England. We are in love with handmade and we think Mom is too.
Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set
Mom will love these lightweight, easily packable utensil sets – perfect for lunches, picnics, and restaurants. She can keep one at home and another in her carry-on so you never forget to pack it! Set includes a knife, a fork, and a spoon. The 100% all-cotton fabric wrap is hand-printed with original Sarah B pattern designs.
Build Mom her own custom bag from Sarah B for Mother’s Day. Select your own pattern and pattern color for this versatile crossbody-style Trail bag. This bag celebrates convenience with an exterior back slip pocket and antique brass snap to hold keys and/or a phone securely.
These gorgeous sterling silver post earrings make any of Mom’s outfits pop. Although large and bold, these posts are very comfortable and come with big silver backs that keep them sitting right where you want them.
This concrete candleholder has its own built-in handle! The perfect size for tealights (real or battery-powered, up to you!), and will only add to Mom’s hygge home vibes. They are such a fun shape and look beautiful in single or multiples.
Natural handmade soaps from Sarah B that will amp up the luxury for Mom’s bath time. Inhale the delicate earthy bouquet of lemon and orange, lemony cypress, or rosemary mint. Each bar is wrapped in zero-waste packaging which just happens to be Sarah B repurposed fabric remnants.
Mom will love this handmade candle that honors the Palo Santo tree native to South America. The scent of Palo Santo, traditionally used for medicinal and therapeutic purposes, promotes well-being in your space.
Creative Collective is celebrating the ways we can get outside this Spring with their #SpringOnTheNorthShore campaign, an initiative created to highlight the best that springtime North of Boston has to offer on the longer, warmer days.
Area businesses can participate in the event by using the hashtag #SpringOnTheNorthShore and tagging @creativecollectivema and @creativenorthshore in posts on social media highlighting ways their businesses are encouraging people to get out and explore the best of the region this Spring.