If your mum’s a glam fan
Good jewellery doesn’t have to be expensive. (No, really!)
One really amazing thing the internet age has brought us (other than this blog which, I think we can all agree, is the most amazing invention) is access to jewellery makers who create gorgeous pieces you don’t have to sell a kidney for.
Hobbyist sites like Etsy or curated sites like Not on the High Street are great for finding funky, local makers, though it’s worth going to them directly if you can – it tends to be cheaper without the third party fees.
Or Dose of Rose has gorgeous double pearl earrings; they’re fun and, for £18, they’re affordable.
How to make it
If you’re getting her something small, putting it inside a ‘thank you’ card would be a really nice touch, or else popping it in a small gift bag – most jewellery makers will include one in the price (score!).
Cost of supplies
The price varies massively for jewellery but you should be able to find a piece that will last (and won’t turn anything green!) for £30.