Mother's Day is right around the corner. While some companies, like Blue Nile (Nasdaq: NILE), Tiffany's (NYSE: TIF), American Greetings (NYSE: AM), and Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN), are waiting diligently for your last-minute Mother's Day purchases, we thought we would pitch in and do some of the heavy lifting for you.

Grab a piece of paper from the copier, and on the front side of your fresh, handmade card, write:

Dear Mom:

For Mother's Day, I thought I would provide you with something that I hope will bring you wealth and happiness for many years to come ...

(Fold and write on the inside)

A Foolish stock that will hopefully become a triple-bagger with lovely compounded returns to match. Enjoy these shares of <insert company from below>.

Love, <insert name for credit>

Throw it in an envelope, add a postage stamp at whatever today's going rate is, and you're all done for this year!

OK, but really: A stock might not be as visually appealing as that bouquet of flowers, but it can return value year after year. With that in mind, our Fools have hand-picked this list of stocks and financial ideas with your mama in mind. Many of these stocks are strong consumer-facing brands that moms love. We add a little Buffett charm from Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-B) to the bulk goods of Costco (NYSE: COST) and sprinkle in some dividend love from Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG). There's something for every mom, no matter what her hobbies or investing interests may be. Who knows, you might even learn a thing or two about these companies from your mom. 

With or without our stock ideas, we wish every mom in Fooldom a happy Mother's Day!

Our Mother's Day fare with a Foolish bow:

Berkshire is a Motley Fool Inside Value pick. Blue Nile is a Motley Fool Rule Breakers recommendation. Berkshire, Costco, and Amazon.com are Motley Fool Stock Advisor picks. The Fool owns shares of Berkshire. Try any of our Foolish newsletters today, free for 30 days.

Fool sector editor Katrina Chan does not own shares of any of the companies mentioned in this article and is happy that her sister returns from Singapore just in time to celebrate Mother's Day. The Fool's disclosure policy calls its mom every Sunday.