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Shh! Don't Tell Mom You Only Spent $10

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    If given unlimited funds, we'd spare no expense to shower Mom with gifts come Sunday. But, since we're tied to a tight budget, we're glad to know she'll love us no matter what we actually wrap up and bring to Mother's Day brunch. Whether we opt for a thoughtful card, a cool, hanging planter, or even a simple hug and an "I love you," it really is the sentiment that matters. So, in case mother-daughter spa dates and designer purses aren't in your cards this year, either, we rounded up 24 presents that are $10 or less and sure to put a smile on her face.

    Tropical-print flip-flops, gourmet cookies, and quirky notebooks are just some of the sweet and affordable goodies ahead. Use these tokens as add-ons to a bigger purchase, buy a few and DIY a festive gift basket, or select your favorite and hope Mama loves it, too. We guarantee she won't even realize how little you spent — it'll be our secret.



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