Are you looking for a Mother’s Day DIY? If you are and your Mom likes candy and flowers, she will love this Mother’s Day Candy Bar Bouquet. I also included free printable candy bar wrappers to give your gift a little more oomph!

Mother’s Day Candy Bar Bouquet with Free Printable Candy Bar Wrappers

Young man holding a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

Let’s make something fun for Mom! 

Does Your Mom Like Candy and Flowers? 

If she does, then this gift is perfect for her and it’s a very simple DIY. 

It’s a win-win. You get to give Mom something she likes, PLUS you made with your own hands, so she’ll really love it.

Overhead view of Mother's Day balloon, potted ranunculas, MOM spelled out in galvanized metal letters and 5 King Size Oreo Candy bars used to make a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

Supplies:

Plant – try to remember flowers your mom has mentioned liking in the past OR if she’s a houseplant kind of gal, then get her something green and lush 

Balloon on Stick – I found the one I used at Walmart for only 97 cents in the Greeting Card Department

Candy Bars – I used King Size Bars for this project BUT, you can buy regular size bars and just cut down the printable wrappers to size

Glue Gun and Glue Sticks – preferably low temp

Skewers – You can find these at the Dollar Store, the supermarket, Walmart, etc. 

Scotch Tape 

Ribbon

*Optional – cellophane to wrap the plant pot with

How-To Make a Candy Bar Bouquet

Collage type photo of candy bar wrappers printables and how they are used for a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

First, print out the candy bar wrappers – click on the links to be taken to Dropbox and then download the wrappers. 

Screenshot of how to properly set up free printable Mother's Day candy bar wrappers before printing

Print them out. Now, this is important – be sure to choose landscape view before printing so that the wrappers are big enough

Cut out the wrappers to size. The buffalo check stripes will help to give you a basic outline to follow if you are using smaller candy bars than I did. 

Overhead view of a low temp glue gun and a wooden skewer on the back of an OREO king size candy bar that will be placed in a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

Overhead view of the back of an OREO king size candy bar with a wooden skewer glued to the back of the wrapper

Glue one skewer on the back of each candy bar about halfway up the bar. I recommend using a low-temp glue gun so that the hot glue doesn’t melt the candy bar.

Wrapped OREO king size candy bar wrapped in a Mother's Day candy bar wrapper printable

Wrap the candy bars with the Mother’s Day wrappers and use the scotch tape to hold the wrapper in place.

front view of potted ranunculas plant before adding candy bars that will be used for a Mother's Day Candy Bar bouquet

Add the cellophane to the pot and tie a ribbon around it. 

front view of potted ranunculas plant before adding candy bars that will be used for a Mother's Day Candy Bar bouquet

front view of potted ranunculas plant before adding candy bars that will be used for a Mother's Day Candy Bar bouquet

front view of potted ranunculas plant before adding candy bars that will be used for a Mother's Day Candy Bar bouquet

front view of potted ranunculas plant before adding candy bars that will be used for a Mother's Day Candy Bar bouquet

Now, jab those skewers into the plant dirt. 

Young man holding a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

Add the balloon to the center and voila….bam, boom…you’re down! 

Close up view of two Mother's Day Candy Bar Wrappers wrapped around candy bars and in the soil of a potted plant for a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet

A gift for Mom that she will LOVE!

Young man holding a Mother's Day Candy Bar Bouquet