A collection of EOS floral printables for birthdays, thank you cards and everyday occasions! Beautiful watercolor floral cards, just add lip balm! This post contains affiliate links to Amazon.com.
Do you remember when the EOS lip balms first hit the market? I thought they were such a fun shape, but wondered how practical they’d be. Years later they are still my favorite brand of lip balm. So smooth and they smell amazing. Have you tried mango? It’s fabulous!
Mac has been going to speech therapy for about 5 months and his last class is this week. I thought it’d be nice to bring a little something for his teacher, Katie. She’s been so sweet with him and he loves her!
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I went to Target to pick up a gift card and decided to pick up some lip balm as well. I started browsing Pinterest for a printable to attach it to, but came up short. Everything was a bit too cutesy and I wanted something pretty and a bit more sophisticated. So I made my own!
I ended up getting a couple more EOS lip balms and made several different EOS floral printables for different occasions; birthday, everyday, and thank you cards.
I filled them with beautiful watercolor floral images and sentiments and love how they turned out! The girls came home as I was finishing them up and asked if they could give some to their teachers on the last day of school. I love projects that kill two birds with one stone.
EOS Floral Printables
Supplies for EOS Floral Printables
Scissors or 1 1/2″ paper punch
Corner Rounder (optional)
Print out desired images onto cardstock.
Cut out the card using scissors.
Use the corner rounder, optional.
Cut out the center hole using scissors or a paper punch.
Unscrew EOS lip balm and place the card on top.
I found a gift card that matched the floral theme that I was going for and a small pillow box from my stash in my craft closet. It was the perfect size.
I hope Katie enjoys her gift! It was nice getting to know her, but even more nice that Mac has progressed enough that he doesn’t need to see her anymore. We have a very talkative 2 1/2 year old who wouldn’t say more than “yeah” or make animal sounds 5 months ago!