DIY \\ Handmade Store-bought Mother’s Day Brunch

May 6, 2014

Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch

You guys. Isn’t this little tray just lovely and pretty and sweet? Would you believe me if I told you that everything on it, minus the raspberries and flowers, was from SONIC DRIVE-IN?!?! Holy omg. amiright? It doesn’t get easier than this. You want a pretty handmade brunch for your mom? Done. You don’t want to spend the morning slaving in a kitchen? You got it. Let’s make a handmade STORE-BOUGHT Mother’s Day Brunch, shall we?

Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch

To make the tray you’ll need:

Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch

Trace the tray on the backside of the wrapping paper. Cut it to size and use double-sided tape to adhere the wrapping paper to the tray. Now it’s time to add the good stuff. Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch

Blambity blam. This whole breakfast was purchased at SONIC DRIVE-IN. French toast sticks. Orange Juice. Syrup. Whipped Cream. And I added some raspberries to keep things looking ‘healthy’. ;)

Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch

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Place some carnation stems or another small and simple flower in a small vase to make it all feminine and momsy. Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch Handmade Store-bought Mother's Day Brunch

Add a personalized card and you win the award for best child. It’s that simple. I’m sending these photos to Logan to inspire him to bring me breakfast in bed on Sunday. If you see him on the street, nudge him in the right direction, would ya?

What else would you put on a tray like this? Ideally, mine would be filled with Diet Cokes and frozen Milky Way candy bars. Oh my.

photography: all photos by The Proper Pinwheel

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