Saying I love you to mum is easy, but what about showing her? Here is our rundown of unique and quirky Mothers Day ideas to make her day.Send her flowersThe most classic of mothers day gifts, sending her flowers will always put a smile on her face. pick up your mum’s favourite combination of flowers and colours, and brighten up her living space. If you want something that will last a little longer than flowers, consider buying a house plant or her favourite rose bush for the garden.If your mum loves flower arranging, why not book a virtual flower arranging class together? You might not be able to get together in real life, but Mother’s Day in lockdown can still be full of fun and love!Subscription boxesBeauty boxes, skincare boxes, Gin boxes, crochet, knitting, baking, pottery, flowers, candles, socks, pasta…. The list goes on. Subscription boxes are a fantastic way to give a gift to someone. Most will allow you to buy a subscription for 1,3,6 or 12 months, then you just sit back and wait for her gifts to arrive each month.Memory booksBuy a scrapbook and begin a little memory book about you and your mum. Creating a scrapbook is something that takes time and looking back over your memories together is the most precious thing (and one of the most precious gifts you can give someone is your time). If you’d rather get tecchy, then what about editing together a short video full of clips of memories you and your mum share together? It’s something that you can watch together on Mother’s Day and that you can continue to watch when one of you is missing the other.Bring the Spa to herIf your Mum loves to relax you might have treated her to a spa day, if it wasn’t Mother’s Day in lockdown. Don’t panic though: you can bring the spa home! Hire a hot tub, string up fairy lights, get some face masks, some essential oils, treat her to a manicure. Go all out with setting the lighting, the spa music, and most important of all, some peace and quiet. Get OutsideGetting some fresh air feels especially refreshing right now. Sit together on the porch or in front of an open window and just enjoy nature together. If you can, get out on a walk together and spend quality time outside. If you’re not in the same household, do this virtually via video call or telephone.Afternoon TeaWhile it’s hard to treat your mum to a fancy or unique afternoon tea in London because it’s lockdown, there’s no reason why you can’t do high tea at home. Make (or buy) some scones, mini cakes and sandwiches, get a collection of your favourite teas together, some bubbles, get it set out on the table and enjoy an afternoon of treats with your mum. If you don\u0026#39;t live together, you can always make up a picnic basket for her to take over and enjoy.Virtual ExperiencesA great and different alternative for a Mother’s Day in lockdown could be an online class, show, or virtual wine tasting night. Get the same mini bottles of wine, or order a kit online, and join an online tasting session. Don\u0026#39;t forget to make a note of your favourite bottle so you can share it when you are reunited! Wine not your fancy? Take her on a tour through a virtual museum guided by experts, live stream a play or concert, there are loads of options available so you will find something you would both enjoy. Plan a tripWe are all itching to travel at the moment and can\u0026#39;t wait to get back to exploring again. Rather than feeling sad about the fact that we can’t travel at the moment, use this opportunity to plan the trip of a lifetime for you and your mum! Choose somewhere that she really wants to go and start planning. Say hello from a distanceIf you live in the same area, a fun thing to do is to make some big Mother’s Day signs or giant cards and make a festive, but “distanced,” visit to their house, especially if they are shielding. Stand on their driveway, on the path, outside their closed window, or in the garden and hold up your lovely, festive signs. You could call them from your mobile phone to speak with them or simply speak loudly through the window glass.Say it with wordsGo the old-school way and make your mum feel special with a hand-written note. You could buy a pack of playing cards and write down all the things you love about her. Make her a memory jar with all your favorite memories in. However you do it, don\u0026#39;t forget to tell her how much you love and appreciate her.