Free Valentine Printable – Mini Bubbles

free bubble valentine printable

It’s February! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and this week I have two free Valentine printables for you. Each are super easy and fast to put together, and are a non-treat Valentine, which is great because there is no worry about allergies, etc.

free bubble valentine printable

Weston will be giving these out to his Kindergarten class this year, and did a great job helping put them together and addressing each one.

free bubble valentine printable

Click HERE to download and print the Valentines, cut them out, and they’ll look like this (I used half Kraft paper and half white cardstock):

free bubble valentine printable

Fold each one in half.

free bubble valentine printable

They are designed to fit 3″ wide bags (our bags were 5″ long but you can attach the toppers wherever you’d like on the bags so any length will work). I found the mini bubbles at Target in the party section for about $4 for 24 – I was surprised at how inexpensive they were, but have no complaints!

free bubble valentine printable

Throw some bubbles into each bag, and staple the topper over the top of the bag. I added a piece of washi tape onto each side to hide the staple (and because washi tape is awesome).

free bubble valentine printable

I think I may even like the back of these Valentines better than the front.

free bubble valentine printable

There you have it! An inexpensive, fun, and quick Valentine that will have all the kids bursting with delight! Check back later this week for another easy Valentine idea and free printable!

Get our googly eye free Valentine printable HERE that I shared last year!

Comments

  1. I love this, Abby! I would love you to link it up to my link party:)

    http://www.falafelandthebee.com/2015/02/02/felt-valentine-chain/

  2. Thanks for linking up, friend:)

  3. A very cute idea and especially nice because it is so unique!

  4. What a cute idea! I love it that you make it so easy to reproduce it by providing us with the printable. The only work that remains is shopping for the bubbles. Thanks.

  5. Joanna Keller says:

    Great idea! I never would of thought of giving out non-candy items for my son’s class for Valentine’s Day. Thanks so much for posting.

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