Last-minute Mother's Day gifts under $20

Woman's Day
Last-minute Mother's Day gifts

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Don't have time to order mom a gift for Mother's Day? Here are some in-store deals that should make your last-minute shopping a breeze.








It’s not just you: May did seem to creep up more quickly than ever this year. And now that Mother’s Day is almost here, buying a gift from a website and waiting days until it arrives isn’t an option. That’s why we’ve put together the best presents available at stores nationwide that you can easily pick up the day before the holiday—or even the day of (we won’t tell).

Red Boat fish sauce

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Touches of Teal

These vibrant finds can perk up any home sweet home.

6” x 4” Teal Floral Frame and Water Lily Iris Filled Candle, $5.99 and $7.99; at Kohl’s stores.


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e.l.f Essential Little Black Beauty Book

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Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt

Got a picky recipient? This 48-piece eyeshadow collection can make any makeup maven smile. The pocket-sized palette offers the most variety we’ve seen for such a small price.

e.l.f Essential Little Black Beauty Book, $5.00; in Marshalls stores.





Threshold Floral Gardening Toolset

(Photo: Greg Marino/Studio D)

Garden Starters

These pretty gardening tools just may elevate a green-thumbed mom’s flower power.

Threshold Floral Gardening Toolset, $17; at Target stores.















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Blue Flower Print Umbrella

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Bold Umbrella

Keep Mom dry and fashionable with this fun, floral-printed umbrella.

Blue Flower Print Umbrella, $10; at Old Navy stores.










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Mini Glue Gun

(Photo: Alison Gootee/Studio D)

Mini Glue Gun

This polka-dotted glue gun is the perfect pattern to make even the most standard household repairs a lot more interesting.

ArtMinds Glue Gun; $4.99; at Michael’s stores.













Crabtree & Evelyn Citron, Honey & Coriander Little Luxuries

(Photo: Greg Marino/Studio D)

Spa Sampler

Give the gift of relaxation with these aromatic goodies, perfect for an at-home spa day.

Crabtree & Evelyn Citron, Honey & Coriander Little Luxuries, $16; at Crabtree & Evelyn stores.








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Animal Print Glasses

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Animal Print Glasses

Seeing spots has never been so stylish, and these are surely an upgrade from Mom’s standard spectacles.

Foster Grant Reader and Giraffe-Pattern case, $16.99; at Rite Aid stores.








Big-Cat Bracelets

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Big-Cat Bracelets

Just as sophisticated stacked or single, animal-print bangles are instant style boosters.

Luxe Leopard Bangles, $12.50; at Claire’s stores.















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Daisy Mugs

(Photo: Courtesy of Pier 1 Imports)

Cute Cups

Start off her morning right with a floral mug bound to bring out the best in any beverage. These sturdy, springy selections make an uplifting addition to her kitchen cabinet.

Daisy Mug, $9.95 each; at Pier 1 stores.















Yellow Outdoor Birdhouse

(Photo: Greg Marino/Studio D)

Bird Bungalow

Bring color and company to her outdoor décor. Mom’s feathered friends won’t be able to resist visiting this heavenly hideaway.

Yellow Outdoor Birdhouse, $19.99; at HomeGoods stores.

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