Teacher Appreciation Week is here and I just made such a fun gift for Hayden’s teacher! We have been so lucky that he has had some amazing teachers and I loved being able to give her this gift. I’m the classroom parent for Hayden’s class so I emailed the class and asked if any of the parents wanted to donate a gift card to make a gift card bouquet for a teacher appreciation gift. Once I had the gift cards and supplies in hand, it was time to make this incredibly easy and cute teacher appreciation gift!
How to Make a Gift Card Bouquet
- Flower Pot
- Plant Stakes
- Foam Flower Shapes – or you could cut flower shapes out of patterned paper!
- Styrofoam Ball
- Glue Dots
- Fake Flowers
- Gift Cards!
Place the styrofoam ball into the flower pot. Part of me wanted to chalkboard paint or write on the flower pot but I decided to leave it as is and I’m glad I did.
Cover the styrofoam ball with the fake flowers. This is just to cover up the styrofoam and make it look a little prettier. You will probably have to cut the stems down in order for it to fit.
Place a plant stake into the styrofoam ball. Then, attach a foam flower on one side of the stake using glue dots.
Take a matching foam flower shape and press on the other side. The plant stake will be in between the two foam flowers thanks to the glue dots.
Put glue dots (I used 2) on the back of a gift card and then press firmly onto the foam flower.
Repeat the steps above according to the number of gift cards you have and then you’re done! Give to someone awesome in your life!
Are you looking for more teacher appreciation gift ideas? Check out my posts below!
- Thank You for Helping Me Grow Printable
- Thank a Teacher with Munchkin Donuts + Printable
- DIY Pencil Sign
- Teacher’s Crate with School Supplies
- Teacher’s Create Caddy