Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I wanted to do a little something special that the little ones can enjoy. This Bubbles Valentine’s Day Treat {with a Free Printable} is my version of many that are out there, but I wanted to share it here in case you haven’t seen it yet. I remember how much fun I had handing out valentines as a child, and I relived that excitement in watching my own children pass out valentines to their friends.

And now I’m blessed to be able to relive that excitement all over again through my little granddaughters who are now old enough to enjoy sharing valentines. They are my inspiration for this post.

Why go with a…

Bubbles Valentine’s Day Treat with a Free Printable?

  • Everybody loves bubbles!
  • They’re inexpensive.
  • They make a great alternative to handing out sugary valentine treats.
  • These little treats are easy to put together and way fun for preschool and elementary kids (and the big kids at heart).

What you’ll need:

  • Bubbles
  • Card stock paper
  • Twine
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch

You’ll print the valentines out using the card stock paper, cut them out and write out the names. Then using the hole punch, punch a hole in the top corner. Using the twine, you’ll tie the valentine to the bottle of bubbles.

Things have sure changed since I was a little girl. Getting a Valentine then mostly consisted of the store-bought variety. If you were lucky, there might have been a piece of candy or gum attached. Our class used to take a shoe box, cover it with pretty paper and make a valentine mailbox. We would make an opening in the lid where the other students could slip a valentine in. Then on the 14th, we would have a class party at the end of the day. We would eat our treats and open our cards. I still love the nostalgia of those old-fashioned store-bought paper valentines that we handed out back in the day.

Aren’t these little Bubbles Valentine’s Day Treats {with a Free Printable} the cutest ever?

Wouldn’t your little one like to be the recipient of one of these? And even handing them out with friends would have to put a smile on your face.
I didn’t add the names to these because I’m going to let the girls mamas add their little friends’ names.

You might also like – Valentine’s Day Paper Doily Heart Garland

How To Go About Printing Your Printables:

  • You can download the file and send it to your local print shop. This is my preferred method because I have found that you just can’t beat the quality of a professional commercial printer.
  • You can print directly from your own personal printer. I recommend using the high-quality print setting.
  • Use a good quality pure white cardstock for a beautiful crisp contrast.

Be sure and check out my new Free Printables Library. I will be adding more printables and building the content there.

After clicking the link below and following the prompts you will receive an email right away with a link and your password to access the library.

Get your adorable Free Valentine Printable – Valentine…You Blow Me Away and access the Free Printables Library here:


Bubbles Valentine’s Day Treat {with a Free Printable}

I hope you and any, and all little people in your lives have a wonderful Valentine’s Day. Do you have traditional things you do for Valentine’s? I would love to hear all about it. You know I love to read your comments. :)

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Picture collage of bottles of bubbles with a valentine tag that reads, blow me away.

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  1. Kim, such an adorable idea for the littles for Valentine’s Day! Pinned!

  2. Just pinned these, Kim! Oh my gosh, they are totally adorable. I know your grands must have been so excited to have these. They’re are super cute. Hope you guys have a special Valentine’s Day, CoCo

  3. Happy Valentine’s Day to you, Kim!
    I am so glad to see you here with Julie at Homestyle Gathering now; we miss you at SYS but I am happy you have found a new home. <3 Pinned several of your photos! Very cute idea and I love your printables!!! I have linked up a couple of posts this week sharing a new table I found on Craigslist and a Valentine's post.

    Have a great rest of your week,
    Barb :)

  4. Hi Barb! SYS was my inspiration for Homestyle Gathering. I’m thankful for the experience I got from SYS, and I enjoyed co-hosting with you all. I had been wanting to start my own party for some time but didn’t dare to do it. One day, the timing just felt right to jump in and give it a shot, so that’s what I did. Share Your Style gave me a boost of confidence and for that I’m grateful. I’m also thankful that Julie accepted my offer to be a co-host. We’re having fun!

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