April 3, 2020
Photos have gained new meaning in 2020. If ever there was a time to print your memories and share them, now is the time. Preserve even what you thought were little moments with your loved ones, because it turns out the little moments were the big moments. It’s amazing what a global pandemic can do to give you perspective and help you to see what’s really important in your life. If you’ve found it’s the relationships you have with the people you (usually) surround yourself with, we’re with you. Join us in celebrating the amazing maternal figures in your life this Spring, won’t you?
Printed on thick, matte 100% recycled paper with a nice weight and feel to them, our Greeting Cards are a joy to give and receive. They come in sets of 24 to 36 and range in size from an adorable square 2.5x2.5” up to a generous 5x7” with plenty of room for a thoughtful message. Choose a different photo for each card and have a custom card to give to all of the moms in your life. Or keep it simple and duplicate that one amazing photo to send to everyone.
Modern & classy, colors on metal really pop. Pick out a favorite family photo, or really anything that will bring a smile to mom’s face. Only one picture is needed to make a beautiful gift, so this one is easy to do in 5 minutes on your phone from the Print Studio app. Metal Prints come in 35 sizes from little 4x4” prints up to large format sizes. Because if you can’t be with mom, why not print your family on a huge 30x40 print and have it sent to her in the mail? These prints are nice hung on their own, or incorporated into a gallery wall.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned this year, it’s to be dynamic. Things change fast. We love our Wood Blocks + a set of Classic Prints because the combo allows you to switch things up quickly. Photos of family and friends can be swapped the next day for relaxing photos of the beach. Ah, that’s it, breathe. Now to pick out mom’s favorite photos. Have a night this week you’ll be home to do it? ;)
This is our “wow” album. It’s a truly layflat album of heirloom quality and in times like these, it may become your mom’s new favorite book. Whether it’s filled with photos of grandkids she’s missing or that epic trip she took last year that she won’t be recreating anytime soon, she’ll love the thought you put into selecting all of her favorite photos and having them bound into a book she’ll have for years to come.
Find a full selection of gift ideas for moms on our Mother’s Day page. Be sure to take note of products with delayed production times and thank you for your patience while we ensure the safety of everyone in our ecosystem.
Soy Candle from PF Candle Co Candle. It’s the little things that help us create a relaxing corner in our space. Stay home, light a candle.
A subscription to Bravery Mag. A beautiful, colorful magazine for feminist kids and their adults. Reading material for the whole family dropped off at your door? Winning.
Body and Spirit Basket from Bestow Gift Baskets. Curated gift bundles from local artisans make for an impressive package to send when you can’t be there yourself.
Stack Mug from Heath Ceramics. Rituals are nice to work into the day. Encourage the ritual of quiet moments with a cozy beverage.
Raspberry Hibiscus cider 4-pack from Wild State Cider. Delicious hard cider with no added sugar for that Zoom happy hour. Made by our coworker Cara’s husband Andrew in Duluth, Minnesota. Ships to 36 states and DC.
A book! We’re linking iconic independent Portland book store Powell’s, but we recommend searching out a local option you can support to find the perfect read for mom.
Blue Tansy Beauty Collection from Primally Pure. Anything for that spa at-home experience to relax and unwind.
Thanks for supporting us and other small businesses everywhere! As we celebrate moms this year, we recognize that Mother’s Day can be a hard holiday for many in normal times. These are not normal times and we’re holding space for anyone that might be struggling. Who can you reach out to in your life to lift up and support? We’re in this together, fellow humans.