Monday, 9 March 2015

Top 10 Mother's Day Wine Gifts & Billecart-Salmon Champagne Giveaway!

So unless you've been hiding in a hole for the past couple of weeks, you'll already be well aware of the fact that it's Mother's Day on Sunday.

Following the extravagance of exchanging presents at Christmas, where you basically exhausted all of your most thoughtful ideas, it can sometimes be a bit tricky trying to find 'the perfect gift'.

Well, worry no more; if your Ma is gripped by the grape, and enjoys sipping a glass of wine or two, then we have a very appropriate gift guide. With something to suit every budget, you're sure to find something to please your wine-loving Mum - let's face it, she deserves it.

And if that's not enough, we have an EXTRA SPECIAL GIVEAWAY of a Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose Gift Pack (half a bottle with two glasses worth £52.95) from Champagne Direct! Generous huh? More on that later.

For now, here are the Top 10 Wine Gifts for Mother's Day... Because booze is best.

1. The Corkcicle Air

Like the original that we've previously featured, the Corkcicle Air is designed to keep your wine chilled from inside the bottle.

This one has some swanky new additions; a pour through spout and a built in aerator, which instantly improves the flavours and aroma of your wine! This means you no longer have to remove the wand-like Corkcicle from your bottle in order to pour a cool glass of vino - unless you really want your Mum to look like Harry Potter!

And as for the aerator, it works by drawing air into the second hole in the top of the Corkcicle; the velocity of the wine being poured brings the air down into the Corkcicle, mixing with the wine before leaving the spout.

Simply freeze before use, and let the stalactite do its magic! You can purchase a Corkcicle Air from Firebox for £19.99 (and thank you Root 7 for sending me one to play with!).

2. Vineyard Tour and Tasting with Lunch for Two (for less than £50!)

What could be better than organising a trip for you and your Ma to go and visit a vineyard?! With a choice of 5 UK locations, the tour takes you from the start of the wine making process in the vineyard, all the way through to the most important part - the tasting!

You'll also be treated to a delicious lunch to soak up those wine samples. In either Cambridge, Devon, East Sussex, Essex or Shropshire, this would be an unforgettable day out for any wine enthusiast.

The tour and tasting with lunch is currently on offer; £49 (was £69) from Buy A Gift.

3. Virgin Wines Prosecco Duo Gift Box

Bubbles are the BEST way to celebrate, and virtually every Mum around the world wouldn't say no to a glass of something sparkly on Mothering Sunday.

Virgin Wines have nailed it on that front; not one but two bottles of highly rated, gold medal winning prosecco; Due Colline Prosecco NV and Le Dolci Colline Rose Spumante NV.

Light, crisp and fruity, this fizz will put a smile on anyone's face, and the gold wrapped bottles in a wooden gift box (seen in the lead image - thank you Virgin Wines!) make it super sophisticated.

This posh prosecco duo is just £29.99, and Virgin Wines offer free delivery. You can even order before 2pm and receive it the following day!... Good for you last minute shoppers. They also do a range of other Mother's Day gifts.

4. LSA International Polka Champagne Flutes

Speaking of bubbly, why not opt for some feminine glassware as a present? LSA are at the forefront of affordable glassware, and their new Polka range has arrived just in time for Mother's Day.

Shimmering pastel colours and an elegant hand-applied pearl lustre give these champagne flutes and air of sophisticated vintage glamour.

In blue, pink, green and yellow, it's £30 for the four flutes direct from the LSA International website, and you'll get free delivery with any order over £15 too! Their regular wine glasses are also available in this style - again £30 - and the website has tonnes of other glassware gift ideas for you to perve on.

5. 'I Bloody Love Wine' Tea Towel 

I do! I bloody love wine! And if your Mum does too, why not pick this up as a silly little gift? Lovingly screen printed by British designer Kelly Connor, this hot pink and black retro flower tea towel means you can do the dishes in style! The print is also available on a mug, a tote bag, or on paper to be framed, so take your pick.

The 'wine' tea towel by Kelly Connor Design is available on NOTHS for £11.95.

6. Grapevine Gift Crate

Voted as Gift of The Year on NOTHS, the Grapevine Gift Crate from The Gluttonous Gardener is the epitome of cool wine themed presents. Flowers? Pah! Get your Ma a frickin' grape vine!

You get a pair of specially chosen grape vines inside the stunning wooden crate (one red, one white); they should thrive in our fickle British climate and produce a harvest of delicious grapes within a couple of years.

Full care and cultivation instructions are included too, so even if the lucky recipient doesn't have the greenest of fingers, they have the info to help them create their own harvest of grapes!

The Grapevine Gift Crate is a handsome £44, but if you want something a little cheaper, check out the Grow Your Own Vine Kits, also on NOTHS, for £9.95.

7. Hotel Chocolat Oysters & Champagne

Having oysters and champagne makes you feel like the king/queen of life, right?... Well, if you like them that is. For something equally as elegant, minus the molluscs, why not go for this box of treats from Hotel Chocolat? Milk chocolate oysters filled with silky smooth praline, served with milk chocolate pearls of champagne ganache. Yum!

Fancier than your average box of chocs, Hotel Chocolat's twist on the classic pairing is just £15.

8. Wine Lovers Poem Print

For any mum that loves a bit of literary LOLz, then this funny A4 wine print will make the perfect Mother's Day gift. Written by award-winning Bespoke Verse poet Joanna Miller, it starts with "On Mondays I am rather keeno... On a lazy glass of Pinot". I'm totally sold.

It's available in three colours - red, green or grey - and you can add a personalised message at the bottom if you like (for an additional fee). As it is, the Wine Lovers Poem Print is £14 from NOTHS.

9. Roe Deer Antler Wine Stopper

For something a bit more unique, check out these super cool antler wine stoppers! Handmade by Lydia Harper in Gloucester, they're real Roe Deer antlers, so each one is different and essentially one of a kind! The silver chrome bottle stopper fits all standard sized bottles, and when in use, it gives your wine a very dramatic look!

The one pictured is £15 from Etsy, but the others in MEMENTOMORILYDIA's store range from £15-£20. 

10. Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose NV Glass Pack

Rose champagne is an excellent choice for Mother's Day, and Billecart-Salmon's Brut Rose is SO good (seriously - read Laura's review on it). A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir, the pale and bright pink colour is adorned with warm glints of gold, and its delicate slowly rising bubbles give it a persistent mousse. This cuvee has a subtle aroma leading to an elegant, delicate bouquet of fine notes of red fruits and zest of citrus fruits. Sounds blissful, doesn't it?

The Glass Pack contains 1 half bottle of Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose NV (37.5cl) and 2 Billecart-Salmon branded champagne flutes; it's £52.95 from Champagne Direct, but wait... We have one to give away! 

Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose NV Glass Pack Giveaway

To enter, all you have to do is tell us why your Mum is brilliant!

You can do this by:



The competition is open until 4pm Friday and we will pick our favourite and announce the winner on Friday night, just in time for Mother's Day weekend!

For more information about this wonderful Champagne house, head to Billecart-Salmon's website or follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

The small print:

This giveaway is only open to UK residents (sorry, overseas readers!) and entrants must be aged 18 or over. The giveaway closes at 4pm on Friday and late entries will not be accepted under any circumstances. You may enter once each on Twitter, the blog and Facebook, but any further entries will be disqualified. The prize was donated to Vinspire by the lovely guys at Billecart-Salmon - unfortunately, none of the Vinspire team or our friends are eligible to win the prize. The prize will be sent out after Mother's Day, so you should probably still buy her a present too - especially if you're after the Son/Daughter of the Year award. If you have any questions, feel free to email us.

Good Luck! 
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122 comments:

  1. Sorry, I don't have a sob story but I'd still love love to win this for my mum for no other reason than I love her loads. She's 70 this year and as we both get older I appreciate her more and more.
    I was a pain in the behind when I was growing up and how she put all with all my antics, I'll never know! I'm surprised I didn't drive her to drink.
    Speaking of drink, She'd love this Champagne!

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  2. Like a DIAMOND she’s a MULTI-FACTED GEM with a SPARKLING personality and a BRILLIANT heart of GOLD who’s a CUT above the rest.

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  3. Goodness me those champagne flutes are lovely! I might have to leave links to this blog post lying around :)
    I'd love to win this. I love champagne and with my husband living abroad, this could be my Mother's Day present to myself

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  4. I'm not gonna go in to a sob story because me and my mum haven't always seen eye to eye. We have argued, fought and stopped speaking numberous times. Since I because a mom myself I've learnt how important moms are. She has always been there when I've needed her and always listened to me.

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  5. These are great gifts can't beat alcohol and chocolates fro a stressed out mummy, my birthday is the day before Mothers day this year so double treats for me - I hope ;) x x

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  6. My mum passed away when I was 18, but my mother-in-law is an incredible woman. She has always treated me just like her daughter. It's in little things like getting my favourite breakfast stuff and taking the train down from Durham for the day to take me wedding dress shopping. When my husband and I go on a trip, she orders food to be delivered the day we get back so we have breakfast, and she calls when I am sick because she knows how much I miss my mum when I am ill. She gave me a family again and I love her so much.

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  7. My mum is one amazing woman. 5 months ago she had a stroke and gave us all a big scare, we're now happy to have her back home and on the mend so this mothers day we're spoiling her rotten to show her just how amazing she is!

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  8. Great giveaway. I need the corkcircle air i love that it's like a wand. My mum is brilliant because she is always there for me and picks me up when things are falling to pieces! Would love to have some bubbles to givw her to show her how much she means to me :)

    @thecsigirls

    Xx

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  10. My mum is brilliant because she is always there for me. She knows how to cheer me up. She lost her job recently so i am doing my best to cheer her up xx

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  11. My mum has cared for my son and I for three years now and has completely put her life on hold to help me recover. She sooo deserves a gift like this....except that she'd not be allowed to use the champagne flutes, it would have to be in a tumbler as she has a habit of sending stemmed glasses flying with her hand gestures whilst talking!!! I think I'm going to have to get her that tea towel too- brilliant!

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  12. My mum is brilliant because she is the most selfless person I know and is at the heart of our huge family! This year is a big year for her as she has just turned 65, she will be celebrating her 45th wedding anniversary with my dad in June and she is a proud mum to 4 children and a much loved grandmother to 16 young grandchildren all under the age of 12! She has offered me some good advice over the years and always been there to support me too <3

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  13. My Mum is brilliant because she made me... and I made my 2 gorgeous boys, who are obviously the best kids in the world...when they're in bed sleeping and me and my Mum are chatting about what new adventures the kids embarked on that day. Wine helps make the 'little rascals adventures' more survivable. Champagne would be better!

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  14. My mum is brilliant because she's not just my mum! She's my best friend and rock! She has supported me when I have been at my lowest and giggled with me at my highest. She's amazing! Xx

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  15. I can say many things about my wonderful Mum, but the only thing anyone needs to know about her is how funny she is and how delightfully pleased I am that she is so happy right now. All mums are special to someone, but it's only as a (sort of) adult I realised exactly how much she sacrificed for both me and my brother to keep us happy and to make us the (sort of grown up) men we are. I can't imagine another person making such a profound impact on my life, being able to be both very kind and compassionate to all as well as being firm when it was needed, as well as always being funny (and teaching me and my brother a healthy respect of the art of cooking).

    It was never an easy journey, but I know we make her proud, and I hope we always will. I'll put all of this in the card and I'm travelling home on Saturday to spend the full Sunday with her, and it's already a lot more thoughtful than what I usually end up writing in cards. So, thanks for this opportunity to really reflect on how fantastic she is.

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  16. My mum died when I was 18 but I have two Mum friends who I would share this with to celebrate being Mums! Hopefully that's not cheating!

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  17. she is ours which makes her one in a definite million

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  18. these look lovely my mum is always there for all of us this looks fab xxxx

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  19. My mum is awesome. She's crazy. She taught me how to grout tiles and drink enough to make it through uni. She taught me how to read, and fuelled my passion for Byron, Austen, Shakespeare. She's an inspiration. She's fearless and strong. And if I don't get her something alcohol-related for Mother's Day I know I'll be disowned........
    She's a great mum; she doesn't suffocate me, she lets me get on and make my own mistakes in life :) And, even if I don't say it enough, I love her so much.

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    1. Hello Kate! I'm chuffed to say you've won the giveaway!! Huzzah!
      I've sent you a message at your Google + & on YouTube (sorry, just wanted to make sure you get it!) but I thought I'd leave a comment here too - if you could just email us at vinspireUK@gmail.com then we can sort out sending you your prize! :-) xxx

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  20. If Mums were flowers I'd always pick mine
    She's the best of the bunch like a well matured wine
    Sweet, kind & selfless she can't do enough
    Even though her life is so terribly tough
    Disabled with arthritis her mobility's hampered
    So she truly deserves to be positively pampered
    She may be 82 but she's got glamour & style
    The best Mum in the world who always makes me smile
    She's always the one on whom I can depend
    Not only my Mum but my very best friend

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  21. My mum's brilliant because she is dependable, reliable and is my very best friend,she brought me in to the world, raised me and gave me her all, for that i owe her everything!

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  22. just because she is always ther for me thankyou

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  23. My mom is great because she raised my two crazy brothers and my awesome self and she's simply amazing.

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  24. My Mum gave me wise words in a calm quiet way, she said you may be right but never be wrong in the way you relay that right. Its the quiet voice I try to remember.

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  25. I guess my mum is alright really, She's letting me and my partner stay with her whilst we save to buy our first home, she makes us tea every night, does our washing, does the cleaning, feeds the cat... in fact I don't think we really want to move out.... Perhaps some lovely wine would keep her sweet a little while longer ;)

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  26. my mother in law ( the only one I have left) is always doing things for others, including the "old folk"- who are younger than she is

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  27. Because if she loves us (her three daughters) unconditionally, what more can anyone ask for?

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  28. My mum is great because she i MY mum and has raised 4 incredible daughters ;-)

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  29. I love this giveaway. My mu is the best because she really is like no one else and has always been there for me, would be a fab excuse to have an excuse to drink some bubbles with my favourite lady! @sophieroseheart

    Sophie x

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  30. My mum is brilliant because as a teen she survived heart surgery to repair hole and later went on to have three children.

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  31. She is always there for us when we need her!

    @ashlallan

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  32. My mum is the most thoughtful kind woman I know, always has a smile on her face even when she has battled illness and always puts others before herself. She never has a negative word to say about anyone always happy and positive x

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  33. Took us all over France and the uk canoeing - gave us a love of animals and nature jen rogers

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  34. She’s my best friend, she’s ahead of the trend. When I’m feeling low I know where to go. She’s number 1, she is……..my mum!

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  35. My mum is great, she travels the world and does an awful lot for charity x

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  36. My mum is brilliant because she's totally unique. As are all mums. All mums are brilliant. And so are dads.

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  37. Because she has a better social life than me! She is brilliant and fun to be around, and I'm so blessed to have her in my life!

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  38. My mom is brilliant because she is MY mom and she loves me as much as I love her.

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  39. because she has cooked me some brilliant dinners.

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  40. Amazing giveaway. I would like this for my mum as I don't often get to see her, only twice a year as she lives in Ireland. But still her texts and visits to Leeds make me smile.

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  41. My mum is brilliant as she still gives the best hugs x

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  42. She's kind, loving, caring. Never selfish, always sharing. Beautiful, perfect, inspirational superstar. 1 in a million my ma!

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  43. I trust her. I trust her words, actions and timing. I dont always like it, or appreciate it, but I do trust it

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  44. My mum is awesome. she flew all the way to Korea to see me when I lived there. She made us all so proud last year by graduating uni at 50 years old! She is just the kindest, most hard working person I know.

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  45. My Mum is amazing, I have 4 children 3 of whom have autism. She will drop everything in the blink of an eye whenever I need a break. She also takes a week off from work each year to come and stay at my house and look after the children so I can go on holiday for some much needed respite

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  46. Despite being 77, she still bakes buns and hand ices them for my two small boys. And a million other things she's been doing for me for the last 47 years.

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  47. My mum was amazing and always there for me not matter what. My older sister is now like her stand-in and doing just as well - mum would be proud!
    She hates theatres and blood etc but was still there by my side through my c-section so I wouldn't be alone - that's love!

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  48. My mum is lovely, hardworking, and my best friend. I would love to treat her with the fab prizes :)

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  49. My mum is brilliant for putting up with me

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  50. My mum is brilliant for choosing me! When my birth mother walked away she didn't hesitate to take me under her wing and shower me with love and laughter.....not bad for my old babysitter!

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  51. My mum is great because she does everything for everyone all the time, always thinking of others before herself. She needs to take a break herself once in a while!

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  52. I love my mum because she is caring, lovable, fun, kind hearted & she loves to dance with my 3 boys.

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  53. My mum is a strange one, but she's mine and she loves me!

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  54. My mum was the best and she was mine but sadly she passed away some years ago however I would love to enter on behalf of my grandchildren as their mum is a hard working mum to 8 and would be nice for them to treat her like this :)

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  55. My mum, bless her cottons, is not a drinker. She gets tipsy on half a glass of cider.
    However upon leaving her job of 25 years her colleagues dragged her out on the town - returning at 1:30am she proudly stated she had drunk 'simuca shorts' ... she meant Sambuca shots. I love that woman :P

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  56. My mum is always there when I need her

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  57. She's always been there for me, even so when I deserved it least.

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  58. My Mums Brilliant because she never interferes or tells me how to do stuff. but can advise me when I ask.

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  59. I recently contacted a doctor named Ekaka i find his email: ekakaspelltemple@yahoo.com on the internet so i decided to contact him for help in my relationship he ask me to send him my details which i did after that he told me that the gods revealed something to him and he told me everything that was revealed to him and he told me what he was going to do that after three days my relationship became sweet again and the person that was behind my problem came to beg me for forgiveness which was my mother in-law. i and my love are happy again including my mother in-law and we are planning to have a party for this Easter... thanks to Dr. Ekaka

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  60. She puts everyone else before herself even though she's been through more pain & heartbreak than any of us, but she is still the one who holds the family together. She's a loyal parent as well as friend.

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  61. cause she is so hard working, strong and very unique.

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  62. love my mum just because she is my mum, no silly story sorry x

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  63. I love my Mum because

    She fills my life with sunshine
    Brightens up my days
    Makes problems seem much smaller
    With the loving things she says

    She's a really special lady
    Always caring always fair
    Massive heart of gold
    Always loving in all ways rare

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  64. Hard-worker, dedicated to family, caring, sharing, providing wonderful meals & home comforts. Always putting family first before herself.

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  65. My Mum is brilliant because even though she has dementia she still has her lovely smile.

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  66. My Mum is brilliant because there's no one better in this world to chat and laugh with over a glass (or two) of wine. :D

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  67. My mum is brilliant because she always makes me smile even when I am down

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  68. My own mum has passed away, but I am lucky to have two fabulous godmothers, both of them very un-fairy-like, and I'd like to show them how much I care on Mother's Day

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  69. my mom is always there for me, always doing everything she can for, never asking for anything in return - she even looks after my little monkey so i can afford to go back to work. thanks mom

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  70. shes always there for me as I am a single mum x

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  71. My mum is lovely and wonderful and spends so much time looking after other people that she deserves a treat

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  72. Mum has just been the best mum I could have had , she has been a best friend , a support and carer through chronic illness, but most of all and despite all of the touchy feely stuff, she is also the family's court jester . She makes us laugh when we are down , or just for the sake of making us laugh. I would love to treat mum , and just have some "us" time together , reminiscing, gossiping but most of all giggling ourselves silly.

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  73. She is simply amazing and there for me whenever i need her :)

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  74. shes my mum! if it wasnt for her i wouldnt be here! simple as :) i am very thankful!

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  75. Simply because she is my mum and made me the person I am today!!!

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  76. my mum is brilliant because she like a diamond priceless

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  77. My mum is brilliant because she has helped me out lots over the years and she's a great grandmother too! x

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  78. Georgia McAllister12 March 2015 at 23:26

    Because she's always there when I need her.

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  79. Ooh i'd like to win this for my mummy, she's just helped me pay for my car breakdown! So it'd be nice to be able to say thank you with a treat!

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  80. I owe my life to my mum & gave up so much 4 me, she's forever caring, never judging, always loving, just AMAZING! :)

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  81. My mum is totally brilliant & inspires me as she has a very unique gift where she can empathise with everyone, she's absolutely non-judgemental & supportive. The biggest compliment is that my friends also call her mummy Jessup as she's that special to them.

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  82. My Mummy –

    I came into the world, just last year,
    With great joy and many a tear.
    For eight months now, I have grown
    With many a cry, and a little moan.

    I have thrown my food in every direction.
    While Mummy looks for any protection.
    My collection of nappies is growing fast.
    But will my hobby ever last?

    I sleep at any time I choose.
    When I awake, Mum’s having a snooze!
    She has large bags under her eyes,
    Looking after me, it’s no surprise!

    My mummy has seen this every day,
    Yet her love has never gone astray.
    I wish I could repay her everlasting love.
    Maybe A bottle of ‘Billecart-Salmom' can answer the above?

    Lots of Love
    Baby Kirsty Dunlop

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  83. What a fantastic range of gifts!

    My mum is brilliant for the following reasons:

    She taught me from a young, young age
    To smile and not be sad.
    She never flew into a rage
    When I did something bad.

    She's not one for girly stuff
    Like shopping all day long.
    But my mum is very tough
    Determined, focused, strong.

    I can feel deep in my bones
    That she will never stop
    She has her day job - plus she owns
    A local cider shop!

    She's not your standard mumsy mum
    That it's clear to see
    But in my eyes, unlike some
    She's perfect just for me :)

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  84. My mum is perfect to me because for eighty years she has been there for me and my brothers and sisters x

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  85. My mum is perfect to me because for eighty years she has been there for me and my brothers and sisters x

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  86. She’s my best friend, she’s ahead of the trend. When I’m feeling low I know where to go. She’s number 1, she is……..my mum!

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  87. My mum is fabulous simply because she is a wonderful human being. She is warm, understanding, non judgemental, and strong beyond belief. She is a woman in every sense of the word. She taught me how to be a good mum and sets me back on the straight path when I have stopped looking where I am going :)

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  88. Fantastic prize. I would love to give this to my mum, as she would never treat herself to something as lovely as this xxx

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  89. To Sum my mum up in simple terms. MUM = Marvelously Unique & Mine.

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  90. My mum has suffered so much loss but loved so much, she lost her beloved twin last week and this would put a smile back on her face - Natally

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  91. She taught me how to be a mummy and showers my twins and I with unconditional love. She has crippling health problems including fybromyalgia and arthritis but never complains

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  92. My Mum is no more or less than any other, but she deserves it for putting up with me

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  93. My mum is so lovely and caring, she never judges, she is always there for me. We get on great and I think that if she wasn't my mum we would still be great friends. I just love her :)

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  94. My Mum is special to me because she's mine!

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  95. My mum is always there for me, she is my best friend x

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  96. My mum is brilliant because she's always there for me and helps me out with any problems I may have.

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  97. simply because she always gives me the best advice! I can't make a major decision without her :)

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  98. Because she is my mum. She is a fantastic mum and nan, she is caring, thoughtful, generous and funny. Love her to pieces x
    Keeley Shaw
    @kee03shaw

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  99. My Mum is a pillar of strength that the whole family can rely on. She's always the first to lend a hand and is such a special and selfless person. She inspires me so much!

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  100. my mum is brilliant because she is brave, strong and selfless, she does so much for me & others

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  101. She has a heart full of love and a house full of sweets - all you need in life really.

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  102. My mum always said I am your true best friend and you know what, she was right!

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  103. Has always been there,through my severe health problems

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  104. My mum is brilliant because she is always there for me. Leanne W

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  105. This would be a great way to say thank you. My mum fostered me when I was a troubled 14 year old and I'm proud, at 39 with four kids of my own, to still call her my mum. She never gave up on my (nor the dozens of other kids she fostered) she's amazing

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  106. My mum deserves a treat, she looks after her nephew after his mum passed away, as well as looking after me and my siblings. She always there when I need her and supports me through all the life decisions I make! I couldn't ask for a more supportive, hardworking,loving mum!! She's one in a million :)

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  107. My mum is brilliant because she is always there.

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  108. even with health troubles herself shes always there for everyone a good laugh shes there need someone to talk to shes there best mum and grandmother in the world gorgeous giveaway

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  109. My mum is wonderful because she would do anything for anyone without complaining, she looks after my three young kids while I'm working while still working herself plus she's taking the full family to Florida and paying for everything for 9 people as she's always wanted to go to Disneyworld and wants that dream for her grandchildren.

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  110. She does what it says on the tin- loves us, cares for us, is a great cook and host and my best friend.

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  111. My mum is brilliant because she is always there for me anytime, literally. I've called her at 3am before and she's there :) Despite having 4 kids and 6 grandkids she manages to give us all her time and attention. She is always treating us all too but never takes time for herself. It's about time she got treated x

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  112. I just want to say my mum in law is brilliant because she is just amazing and I'm so lucky to be married to one of four amazing children she has brought up

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  113. I no longer have my real mum but my mum in law is amazing. Despite being ill herself recently, she is back to work (at the age of 73) caring for the sick and elderly in the community. She is truly an inspiration!

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  114. She's always there to help me out - like when I moved to London for work, she hired a van and moved everything for me!

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  115. my mum will be 80 in a few days time. She's brought up 5 children on her own. She's kind, caring, considerate and full of zest for life and makes mean home made wine. She my role model!

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  116. My mum is brilliant because even though she's 75 she still looks after the kids for me. She never asks for anything either. For her last birthday she asked for tooth picks and rubber gloves! It would be good to treat her!

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  117. She lways tells me I am wonderful nd cheers me up when I'm down.

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