Make Moments Matter This Mother’s Day With Woolworths

IN the fast pace of our day to day lives, it’s often hard to find quality time to spend with your loved ones. Of all the things to give this Mother’s Day, give the gift that carries no price tag—your time. Woolworths shows you six ways to maximise that special time with the top ladies in your life, whether that’s your mom, your aunt, your best friend, sister, or your grandmother.

Make Moments Matter This Mother’s Day With Woolworths

Tea Time Catch Up’s

There is no time better spent, than catching up over a cup of piping hot tea and a tasty treat.  Your best friend, your confidante, and often the voice of reason—spend some time with that special woman over Woolies delicious new tea offerings, including the revitalising Dawn Chorus, the African flavour infused Sanibonani, Peach & Apricot Rooibos, or warming Vanilla Chai.

Don’t forget to indulge that sweet tooth (the one you inherited from your mom!) with Woolies chocolate and cinnamon muffin in a mug, an indulgent wedge of Cranberry and Macadamia Nut Nougat dipped in milk chocolate, or dessert inspired date balls. If tea isn’t your thing, try Woolworths delicious and cleverly packaged hot chocolate in a jar, paired with a buttery heart-shaped soet koekie biscuit.

Gin O’ Clock

After tea time, it is gin o’ clock thanks to Woolworths gin infuser, containing a fragrant collection of uplifting spices, and presented in a beautiful glass bottle. Just add gin, ice, and good conversation!

Beauty And The Bubbles

Have a girl’s night in with bubbles and pampering. Spoil your mom with a selection of her favourite beauty products. Choose from Woolworths broad range of options, including a fragrances from Issey Miyake Pure to Michael Kors Wonderlust, vibrantly packaged Exotica body wash and hand cream, or Jasmine tea flavoured bath products. Add celebratory bubbles to the mix, with a bottle of Simonig Rosé MCC, and she’s guaranteed to kick back and relax.

Cosy Evening In

Woolworths has a great selection to choose from for a cosy night at home; from a fluffy shawl cardigan, or cuddly poncho and snug knitted boot slippers (including one pair with bunny ears), to the classic Woolies fleece dressing gown– impossible not to hug.

Quality time with her other half is also worth its weight in gold, so a beautiful lingerie set is sure to be appreciated by her, and probably by dad, too!

Out On The Town

If spending time out on the town is more up her street, Woolies has plenty of outerwear options to suit the situation, including a super stylish quilted jacket with suede trim, or gorgeous double-breasted long coat to keep her warm. Don’t forget the fabulous range of accessories to complete the outfit—from gorgeous handbags, scarves and purses, to a faux fur stole, elegant quilted gloves and a chic stud-trimmed hat. For the mom who has a night off (lucky lady), why not treat her to something ultra-glam to make her feel fab, such as a lace pencil skirt.

Home Is Where The Heart Is

If she’s a foodie, and the kitchen is where she loves to hang out, a cluster of soft pink roses in a gold planter bag is a sure fire way to inject some love into her interior. You also might want to treat her to a stylish new baking dish or muffin tray, with some of her favourite freshly baked goods inside, or a very cool Himalayan pink rock salt with grater, the perfect way to finish a dish. Package it all up in any one of Woolworths’ attractive wrapping options- from paper to gift bags, and fun cards—and you’re sorted. Unless of course you forgot, in which case, get her a last minute gift card and go and sit on the naughty step.

Although it may seem like an impossible task to thank that person for a lifetime of unconditional love and devotion, quality time seems like a great place to start… Find all of these great gift ideas and more at Woolworths stores nationwide, or online at http://www.woolworths.co.za.

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Carli

I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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