Cricut Flower Bouquet Card Template

Mother’s Day is just around the corner so it’s time to start crafting for Mom. As much as moms love to be spoiled, they also love homemade thoughtful gifts. And this cricut flower bouquet card is just that. A gorgeous homemade card with love.

Cricut Flower Bouquet Card

If you’re looking for multiple mother’s day card designs, you can also grab this pop-up flower card template or make this fun Mother’s Day shaker card. You can also find all of my Free Mother’s Day SVG files here.

Cricut Flower Bouquet

Download the Cricut Flower Bouquet Card Template

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Flower Bouquet Card Instructions

Follow along with the tutorial below and make sure to post these in my crafting group here or tag me if you post them on social media. I absolutely love seeing your crafts and can’t wait to see how your flower bouquet cards turn out.

Step 1: Upload the Flower Bouquet SVG to Cricut Design Space

Upload the flower bouquet card SVG to Cricut Design Space. For help with uploading SVG files, check out my tutorial here.

Click on “Ungroup” to ungroup all of your layers. You will need to modify a few of the layers before cutting. Click on the line for the top bouquet and change the operation to Score.

Then select the score line and heart layer together and select “attach” to attach the layers together.

Repeat these steps to change the line on the red heart to score and attach the score line to the red heart.

For the other pink bouquet, after changing the line to “score”, you will also need to change the operation of Happy Mother’s Day to “pen”.

Then select the score line, pen layer and pink flower bouquet together and select attach to attach everything together.

Note: If you don’t have a scoring tool, you will delete all of the score lines instead. And if you don’t want to use your Cricut to write on your card, then just delete Happy Mother’s Day.

If you want to add more customization to your card using Cricut pens, learn how to write with Cricut pens with my step-by-step tutorial.

Step 2: Fold Card in Half

Fold the bouquet in half at the score line. Then glue the bottom vase layer on top, leaving a small boarder around. Next, add the green leaf layer and then the yellow layer with the tulip on top of the green.

Cricut Flower Bouquet Tutorial

Step 3: Attach Flowers

Continue to glue the flowers on top. First gluing the white layer on top of the yellow. Then glue the purple tulip. Glue the 2 larger flowers that are left at the bottom. These will overlap over some of the flowers. And then glue the last 3 flowers to the top, making sure to line all flowers up with the green layer underneath.

Last, add the small dots to the middle of the smaller flowers. You can also use small rhinestones instead if you like a little sparkle.

Cricut Flower Bouquet Tutorial

Step 4: Fold on the Pop Up Heart

Set the bouquet aside and grab the other card layer. Fold this piece in half, but fold the heart out the other way. So when you fold the card in half, the heart should fold inside the card instead of with the card. Then glue the heart cut out on top of the heart.

Step 5: Attach Both Bouquet Pieces Together

Attach the 2 bouquet card pieces together by gluing the pop-up heart layer to the inside of the card layer. Make sure that you DO NOT glue the heart down. The heart should be able to fold on the inside of the card.

Step 6: Assemble & Attach Bow

Last, assemble the bow and attach it to the front of the card. To do this, start by gluing the ribbon to the front of the card and then the bow piece on top. Attach the bow by adding glue to the middle and then fold each side into the glue. Wrap the small rectangle around and glue this down. Once the bow is set, glue it to the front of the flower bouquet.

Cricut Flower Bouquet Tutorial

After you attach the bow, your flower bouquet card is ready to go. This card does fit in a 5″x7″ envelope. If you don’t have that size on hand, you can grab a free 5″x7″ envelope template here.

When you’re done, make sure to post these in my crafting group here or tag me if you post them on social media. I would love to see how yours come out!

Video Tutorial For Flower Bouquet Card

Watch the step-by-step video tutorial to learn how to make this Mother’s Day flower bouquet card here:

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