Spoil her: 10 best Mother’s Day gifts under £10

A Mothering Sunday pressie doesn’t have to cost a bomb. Try one of these thoughtful gifts for size. All a tenner or under

If you’re stuck for what to get this Mother’s Day, get inspiration from this lot. None of these gifts will cost you more than £10, but hopefully any of them will make her smile. From the pretty, Fairtrade Polly trinket box to the in-your-face Call Me Delia tea towel, we think there’s something here for any mum.

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Verdict:

For a versatile piece that looks and feels much more expensive than the £10 price tag, the Isme tribal print scarf is a winner. If you’re after a personalised pressie for an organisational fiend, the typewriter notebook is a good bet. And for a practical gift, we like the bright Anthropologie coasters.  

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1. Raw Xclusive Mummy Deer Mug, £9 

2. Anthropologie Joles coasters, £6 each

3. Polly trinket box, £9.95

4. Hotel Chocolat The For My Mum Pocket Selection, £9 

5. Isme Africa Mix Media Scarf, £10

6. Just Call Me Delia Tea Towel, £10

7. Flip Flop Manicure Set, £4.50

8. M&S La Maison de Senteurs Fleurs de Lavande Bath Cream, £7.50

9. Matthew Williamson glass scented candle, £10

10. Personalised Typewriter Notebook, £9

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