Mom has done so much for you, so this Mother’s Day don’t just give her ‘a thing,’ give her an experience. Join Hallmarker Thea Neal as she shares four ideas for Mother’s Day activities that mom will love. There are ideas for new moms, ideas that find a little joy in tidying up for her, and even an idea that involves quality time reminiscing over some embarrassing old photos.

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Video transcript

Hey, guys! It's Thea from Hallmark, and today I'm going to show you four ways to take your Mother's Day experience to the next level. Our first Mother's Day experience is perfect for the new mom. Be her paparazzi by hiring a photographer, getting her all dolled up, and then sending her over to get special pictures with her new baby. I love this cute onesie. It's so funny and will look great on her Instagram. But don't forget to print off some photos, too. You can put them in this frame or even in this adorable baby book that she can share with her friends for years to come. Now this Mother's Day idea is all about doing something for your mom that she probably doesn't want to do herself. So kick her out of her house, go over there, tidy it up, clean it, and then also jazz it up with a cute vase or even this gorgeous soap pump from Patina Vie. Because, for real, she wants you to do this, but she's not going to ask you to, because she's your mom. This Mother's Day experience is perfect for the mom with all the frequent flyer points. First, send her off to get a pedicure-- she'll love it-- and then stop by your Hallmark Gold Crown store to grab this Mark & Hall bag. It's an awesome carry-on size and it will also fit this umbrella in case it gets rainy at her final destination. And don't forget this kimono. She'll love wearing it and it's super cozy underneath those chilly plane air conditioners. This experience is all about documenting memories with your mom. So print out some photos, get the coffee and snacks, and then put them in these awesome frames from Hallmark Gold Crown stores. I also love this gorgeous ceramic box where you can write some cute notes to each other and look at them for years to come. And what mom doesn't love embarrassing her kids with old photos? I know my mom does. Thanks, Anne. If you replicate any of these Mother's Day ideas with your mom, or your wife, or your sister, make sure you tag us on Instagram @hallmarkstores. Happy Mother's Day!