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Gift Card Bouquet Tutorial

I decided last minute to put together a teacher appreciation gift for Leah’s teacher.  Parents donated money so I could purchase a bunch of gift cards to make a gift card bouquet.  It turned out really cute, so I made a free printable template to cut with scissors and a cut file for your electronic die cutting machine.  This is also a really great group gift idea for a coworker or friend.  A much more creative way to give gift cards than just handing them over in an envelope.

How to Make a Gift Card Bouquet

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To make a gift card bouquet, you’ll need:

  • flower template or svg cut file (free download at the bottom of this post)
  • gift cards
  • flower pot
  • wooden skewers
  • floral foam
  • card stock
  • adhesive
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • candy or other filler
  • buttons (optional)
  • ribbon (optional)
  • chalkboard tag (optional)
  • paint pen (optional)

Start out by cutting all of your flower shapes.  You’ll need two flower shapes and two leaf shapes for each flower.  I have two versions of my flower template provided at the end of this post.  Use the PDF to trace and cut with scissors and use the svg for a Silhouette or other electronic die cutting machine.

paper flower template

Hot glue the skewer to the bottom of one flower.  Make sure you don’t put the skewer too high, or it will get in the way of your gift card.  Put a different adhesive all around the edge of the flower, skipping the top edge.  I like to use this Sticky Thumb Adhesive for paper, but you will definitely need hot glue for the skewer.

flower silhouette cut file

Place a second flower shape on top and press together.  If you are adding a button, glue that on here.

paper flower template

You should be left with a little pocket that is the perfect size to slide in a gift card.

paper flower gift card holder

Put a piece of floral foam inside your pot.  Arrange the flowers by sticking the skewers through the foam.  You might want to cut some shorter to give them different heights.  Once you have them how you like them, add two leaf shapes to each one.  Do this the same as you did for the flowers, using hot glue and adhesive to sandwich them around the skewers.

How to Make a Gift Card Bouquet

Add some candy or filler to cover the foam.  This isn’t 100% necessary, but I also added some cute ribbon and a chalkboard tag.  I wrote the teacher’s name with a paint pen, and it was ready to go.  She loved the gift card bouquet, and I’m sure she’s going to have a great time using the cards.

To get the free flower templates and cut files, click here.

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Wednesday 17th of May 2023

I downloaded this but when I try to get it on my cricut a error message keeps coming up. Can you help me?

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Friday 19th of May 2023

I just uploaded a new version without text, and I also emailed you. Let me know if that helps.


Tuesday 2nd of May 2023

Do you have a picture or the information on the floral foam? What I purchased didn't fit my pot.


Thursday 19th of January 2023

What size pot did you use?


Thursday 5th of May 2022

Do you have the svg without the text? Cricut gives me an error message when I try to upload the svg because of the text. Any ideas?

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Friday 20th of May 2022

Yes, email me at and I'll send it to you.


Sunday 3rd of November 2019

Do you have any recommendations on how to make a flower gift card bouquet I would be shipping? Have you done something similar with the flowers not in a pot?

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Monday 4th of November 2019

Hmmm... maybe you could put them on some cardstock or something instead? Make a pot out of paper to glue on? I've only ever made one like this.

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