Gifts for Mother: Free Printable Mothers Day Certificates
Sometimes the perfect gifts for Mother don't cost a thing!
Are you long on heart and short on cash this Mothers Day? Or, do you already plan to give flowers or jewelry but feel you also want to give something more personal? Either way, these Mother's Day printable certificates can help you express your love perfectly.
Just print out one of these free Mothers Day blank certificates on nice paper, sign it, and then place it in a wrapped box or fancy envelope. For extra impact, you could even frame it or put it in a certificate holder. No matter how you present it, this expression of love will go a long way toward giving your mom the perfect gift -- your love.
Both of these free Mothers Day printable certificates are available as PDFs.
You are free to use these free Mother's Day gift certificates all you want for personal use. But you may not sell these, give them away as a collection or incorporate them into any other collections or products without permission. Please contact carla [@] b2bcontentsolutions .com if you have any questions or special requests.
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Some Facts About Modern Mothers
- Mothers are still more likely than fathers to work part-time, but they are less likely to do so than they were in the past.
- Mothers are seen as having the more difficult job, but they are also judged more harshly than fathers. More than half of Americans (56 percent) say that mothers perform the job of raising their families today less effectively than mothers of 20 or 30 years ago. (Say it ain't so, America!)
- The deliberate elimination of job applicants who are mothers is commonplace.