How do you like to handle Mother’s Day gift ideas? Do you pick out something for your Mom and Grandma? And give hints to your kids about what you’d like? Does your spouse take care of the gift for your Mother-in-law? Is gift-giving (and receiving) one of your love languages? Have you already figured out gifts for this year?

I tend to favor things like: somebody power-washing the patio furniture (which my kids did while I was on a work trip last week!), or a late night movie date with Ben Blair, or an afternoon hanging out one-on-one with the kids.

Here are 19 Mother’s Day gift ideas I think you and the ladies in your life will love — and half of them are $20 or under.

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas:

Marble Stapler. So handsome and only $17.

Or this Vintage Stapler in teal (priced at a very reasonable $11!).

Gorgeous Fanny Pack by Clare V. Yes, fanny packs are back and I am here for it. I love this high-end sporty version.

3) Geode Bookends. Click through for tons of colors and sizes.

Dalia Sunglasses by Kate Spade. I love the little stripes on the sides.

Everything is Fine Note Pad ($9!)

Gratitude Baskets. In six colors and several sizes. I favor the black and white versions.

100% Cotton/Linen Pajamas in pink, blue, or grey.

And these mostly cotton versions in pink or navy grid are on sale for $20.

Upgrade her grooming routine. Bamboo Toothbrush (set of 3 only $8.50).

Plus pretty Marvis Toothpaste.

Hunter Moustache Umbrella. Classic and handsome. Click through for lots of colors.

Self-watering Glass Bird ($8!). Adorable and practical.

Zala Napkins from Anthropologie. 

Teal Kimono robe. There are a bunch of elegant patterns available.

J. Crew Fan Statement Earrings. So elegant! And on sale for 25% off.

Jade Roller ($16). My daughter Olive taught me about these face rollers. I’m curious to try them.

Here’s one in rose quartz too.

PrismaColor Hand Lettering Set ($16). It’s never too late to develop a new skill.

I hope these ideas are helpful. I’d love to hear what you’ve picked out this year for the mothers in your life. And I’d also love to hear what you’re craving for Mother’s Day this year.

P.S. — Would you rather give books? And here are more gift ideas.