Lifestyle Holidays & Occasions A Thoughtful DIY Gift to Show Mom You Really, Truly Care By Claire Stern Claire Stern Claire Stern is the Deputy Editor of ELLE.com. Previously, she served as Editor at Bergdorf Goodman and was the Associate Editor at InStyle. Her interests include fashion, food, travel, music, Peloton, and The Hills—not necessarily in that order. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on May 9, 2017 @ 03:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Corrie Hogg What do you get for the mom who has everything? Sometimes, the answer isn't always so straight-forward. That's why we tapped celebrity event planner David Stark, whose clients include Beyoncé and Jon Stewart, for a quick and easy DIY project that'll inevitably crack a smile at Sunday brunch: a linen napkin hand-stamped with a sweet message, which can be anything from your favorite quote or song lyric to simply "We love you." Follow the steps below for the full how-to, just in time for Mother's Day. 01 of 06 GATHER TOOLS AND SUPPLIES Corrie Hogg You'll need: lightweight linen fabric (from $10; mcssl.com), scissors, masking tape, an iron and ironing board or blanket, letter stamps ($13; amazon.com), stamping ink ($9; amazon.com), a ruler or measuring tape, and scrap paper. 02 of 06 STEP ONE Corrie Hogg Cut your linen to a 22" x 22" square. Be sure to cut with the weave of the fabric. Send your cut fabric through the washer and dryer, in cool water with mild detergent. The linen can shrink up to an inch or two. 03 of 06 STEP TWO Corrie Hogg While your napkin is in the wash, practice printing on a scrap piece of paper. Make note of how wide or long your message is so you can plan where to place it on your napkin. 04 of 06 STEP THREE Corrie Hogg Once out of the dryer, trim off any long threads. The linen will have frayed slightly. 05 of 06 STEP FOUR Corrie Hogg Measure and mark with masking tape on your napkin to act as a guide. Don't worry if your letters don't line up perfectly—that's part of the charm. Allow the ink to dry for 5 minutes. Remove the masking tape and press with a hot iron (no steam) on both sides of the fabric. 06 of 06 STEP FIVE Corrie Hogg Ta-da! Fold your napkin to show off the greeting and get ready to impress mom.