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In case you’ve lost track during the “quaran-time,” Mother’s Day 2020 is on May 10. While you might normally wait until the last minute for Mother’s Day gifts, it goes without saying that this year is a little different.
That’s because many people haven’t seen their moms physically in a while — and don’t know when they’ll be able to see them next.
So remembering to send a thoughtful card is more important this year than ever.
Not sure what kind of card to send? Last year was all about watercolor and painted cards, according to Etsy trend expert Dayna Isom Johnson. This year, expect a shift toward sustainability-minded gifts for this