Whether you’re looking to treat your mum, mother-figure, or even yourself this Mother’s Day we’ve got you covered. 

Team Platinum have compiled their ultimate Mother’s Day gift guide – and we’ve kept it eco-friendly, too.  

Sustainability plays a big part in our shopping habits these days, and this includes gift giving. But sometimes it can limit your present options… especially if you’ve left things to the last minute. 

So, look no further than our ultimate eco-friendly gift guide this Mother’s Day. 

1. Seeds 

Yes, you read that correctly. Seeds are a great, eco-friendly gift whether your mum has a garden or not.  

Bloompost sell gorgeous letterbox seed selections to scatter in gardens or outdoor pots. This unique present is sure to add a little colour to someone’s day for months to come.  

Or give the gift of flavour! Indoor herb gardens are not only handy to have but fun to care for. There are lots to choose from here on Etsy  

Image from Bloompost.co.uk

2.  A stylish reusable flask

Does your mum enjoy heading outdoors with a coffee on a crisp spring morning? Or maybe she takes so long to drink her cuppa every morning it ends up cold? Flasks are such a useful investment.  

These stylish designs from Chilly’s are easy to open and keep your beverage warm for hours. Paired with a bag of their favourite coffee or tea and a box of biscuits we think this is a perfect gift.  

Image from @chillys

3. A picnic blanket or rug

With summer around the corner, a chic but sturdy picnic blanket could make a fabulous present for mums who love the outdoors.  

These blankets from The Tartan Blanket Company are reasonably priced, created using recycled wool and the company donate a portion of their profits to charity.  

Image from @tartanblanketco

4. An online cooking class 

Experiences are a fabulous gift for those mums who have it all.  

Migrateful are an incredible company who run cookery classes by migrant chefs who are struggling. A class with Migrateful doesn’t only support an incredible imitative but your mum will learn some delicious new recipes.  

Image from migrateful.org

5. A subscription to their favouite magazine

Magazine subscriptions really are the gift that keeps on giving (we know, we would say that)! But there really is nothing better than knowing your favourite read will be delivered straight to your door – every month. In addition, once they’ve finished reading their mag, they can either share with a friend or pop it in recycling.