Bubble Valentine ~ FREE Printable

This Bubble Valentine Free Printable is a fun way to share a non-candy treat with friends!

Bubble Valentine Free Printable ~ "Valentine, You Blow Me Away!" on printable card with tube of bubbles attached on front


 

I intended to share this weeks ago, after I bought some packs of mini tubes of bubbles to attach to my boys' class Valentines. At the time, I had the bright idea to come up with my own little Bubble Valentine printable and then share it with you all.

How to assemble a Bubble Valentine Free Printable using string and bubbles

Well, as it often does, life got in the way. And then, my home printer ran out of cyan toner. So here we are, five days before Valentine's Day, and your kids probably already have their Valentines cards created and/or signed, patiently waiting to be deposited in their classmates' glued and glittered Valentine boxes.

Close-up of an assembled card

However. Despite my lack of a new printer cartridge and a less-than-vibrant sample card, I decided to share this Bubble Valentine printable anyway! You know, just in case any of you are slightly more on the procrastinator side of the fence...like me. 😉 And if you think this printable is cute but you're already set for this year, you can always pin it for next year! After all, as more and more schools frown upon the exchange of candy, it's good to have some non-edible Valentine treat options in your back pocket.

Bubble Valentine plus materials of string and bubbles

Happy Valentine's week, friends!

And if you, like myself, believe that V-Day is the holy holiday of chocolate, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post...I've got you covered. 😉

Click here >>> to DOWNLOAD BUBBLE VALENTINE PRINTABLEPreview of printable PDFThis printable of Valentine's cards is a high-resolution PDF. You may print it on cardstock and cut out each card with scissors or a paper cutter. It would probably be easier to sign the cards before attaching the bubbles.

Use a hole puncher to make two small holes aligned with the center of the 'B' in Blow. Lace a piece of string or twine through the back of the card. Use a small piece of double-sided tape on the tube of bubbles to hold it in place, and lay it in the center of the holes. Tie the string around the bubbles and make a bow.

For personal use only, please. Enjoy!

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24 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing this adorable printable!! You made my life easier to just click and print. My daughter is excited to take her bubble Valentine's to school tomorrow!

  2. This is so incredibly cute, Samantha! I'm sure it was a hit at school! Thanks for linking up at Hit Me with Your Best Shot-- have a wonderful week!

    ~Abby =)

    1. Thanks, Abby! You know what's funny? I designed this Valentine for my boys and then they both wanted to use the store bought (Star Wars and SpongeBob) Valentines instead! Maybe my daughter will appreciate my creative efforts someday...ha! 😉

    1. I'm happy to hear it, Jessica! You'll have plenty of time to track down your bubbles before then... 😉 Hope you have a great week!

  3. Samantha, you know I absolutely love this and makes me smile every time I see it! 🙂 Thank you so much for joining us and sharing at Best of the Weekend! Enjoy your Sunday!

    1. Thank you again, Cindy! Hope you had a wonderful Sunday as well and that you're not too sore from shoveling all of that snow! Maybe it will warm up soon??? 🙂

  4. I had purchased the bubbles a couple of weeks ago and planned on designing something to go with them for my class of 4th graders. Here it is 11:00 pm, the night before Valentine's Day and I am just now working on my cards. Thank you for allowing me to copy yours which are far better than I would have ever done. I pray your day is special. You made mine!!

    1. What a sweet comment, Merita...I'm so glad that this printable saved you a bit of work last night! And your students are lucky to have such a thoughtful teacher! 🙂 I used to teach first grade so I can relate to late nights getting things ready for the next school day. Thanks for ALL you do as a teacher! Happy Valentine's Day!

  5. LOVE this idea!! Soooooo cute! I think I'll have to make these next year for the co-workers. They're just too adorable. Thanks for linking up with the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop. #pinning

    1. Thanks so much, Christie...I hope your co-workers enjoy these next year! Maybe you can even find some V-Day bubbles on clearance this weekend to hold onto until then... 😉 And I appreciate the pin!

  6. hey there, these are super cute! Found you from SNAP 'show & tell' link party! Also liked you on FB as well. Glad to "meet" you. =)

    1. Great question, Jill! I found my bubbles at Target. They came in bags of 24 (for $3) in the Dollar Spot and also in the Valentine section. Hope you're able to track some down! 🙂

  7. Samantha, these are just TOO, too cute - even though I'm not a little one, I would totally give these away, too! 🙂 Love them and pinning! Thanks for sharing and have a happy Monday! xo