This post is sponsored by Smart & Final. All content is my own.
Show mom, grandma, or a friend how much you love them this Valentines or “Galentines” day with a special DIY gift basket.
I love giving gift baskets because they are so easy to put together and you can really personalize them with things the person you are giving them to will love.
Check out my tips below to make a gift basket with great gift ideas “for her”.
What is Galentines Day?
Galentines Day is on February 13th. It’s the day before Valentine’s Day and is meant to show the gals in your life some love.
Give your mom, friends, co-worker, grandma, or daughter a special Valentine’s treat or gift basket on Galentine’s Day to show them how much you love them!
I’ve partnered with Smart & Final for Galentine’s day to show you how easy it is to put together a gift basket for your gal pals using items from the store.
They have a great variety of large size snacks, self care items (bath and body), and more to make your gift basket special.
How can I make a gift basket for her?
Don’t make your gift basket complicated. We have so many baskets around our home, I just grabbed one and bought everything at the grocery store while I was shopping at Smart & Final.
These gift baskets can also work for Mother’s Day, Birthdays, or other special occasions.
Here are some of what to put in your gift basket: (P.S. You can find all these things at Smart & Final!)
- Instant Coffee or Tea Bags
- Nuts or Dried Fruit
- Face Masks, Lotion, Skin Moisturizer
- Her favorite candy or snacks
- Scented Candles
- Her favorite drinks or wine
- Cooking or baking Tools
Other Ways to Show Mom You Love Her on Galentines or Valentines Day
- Make her breakfast (Check out our yummy Cheesecake Pancakes recipe)
- Write her a thoughtful card or letter telling her how much she means to you
- Plan a special girls night out or in with mom
- Help your kids make some homemade gifts or cards for grandma
- Give her a facial or paint her nails
Do you have any plans for mom this Galentines or Valentines Day? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!