Printable gift tags for a simple and beautiful gift of flowers, to say “thanks a bunch”!
I found the most vibrant tulips this weekend, and they are the epitome of spring. Just looking at them made me so happy, and I knew that not only would they be perfect for my kitchen table, but also perfect to give to a friend so spread some of that happiness!! I created a few of darling printable gift tags, including one for friends, a hostess, teachers, neighbors, and another one for anyone you want to say “thanks a bunch!”
Thanks a bunch! Give the gift of flowers.
Fresh flowers. My favorite place to pick them up is at our local grocery store because they’re vibrant and inexpensive. It’s so lovely to a fresh bunch of flowers on my kitchen table or island, and they brighten the entire space. I also love when the hydrangeas in my yard are ready for picking in the late summer.
Flowers are an easy and thoughtful way to really brighten someone’s day, or say thank you to a person that’s helped you. You don’t have to spend a lot of money–this bunch of tulips was only $6 at my local grocery store–or you can use some from your own yard, if you’re so lucky! This would be a great gift for teacher appreciation week too! I’ve created tags that you can use for any bunch of flowers you love.
I originally posted some tags in 2016, and then in 2023 I created a different tag. Now you’ve got the option to use either one you love most, and they’re both included for download below.
Thanks a bunch teacher gift idea
Surprise your child’s teacher with a gorgeous bunch of flowers for teacher appreciation week, the end of school, or anytime you want to let them know you’re thinking of them. It’s also a great idea for music teachers or dance teachers to give at the end-of-year recitals. I made a tag specifically for teachers, and you can download it below.
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Supplies needed to create flower gift
- printable tag (download below)
- ribbon (polka dot ribbon on yellow flowers)
- OR satin green ribbon (on pink flowers)
- kraft cardstock or white cardstock
I’ve used the tag on a bunch of flowers, but also in a jar or cute pot. It works for all of them!
Download version 1 (on yellow flowers) TAGS:
Download version 2 (on pink flowers) Tags:
*Originally posted March 2016.