Valentine’s Day Printable for bubbles!

Happy Friday!! I’m so excited for the week to be over with and the weekend to begin! It’s been busy this way and tiresome I may add. I plan on being a little creative bug this weekend and getting some more Valentine’s Day things underway. As you can see in my other post lately, I’ve been on a Printable Valentine kick (you can see my others that I’ve made recently, HERE and HERE). Today I’m sharing a printable that you can add to bubbles!

Bubbles are usually a hit with kids and are a great alternative to candy and sweets. I made these 2″ around so that it is easily cut with a 2″ paper punch. I punched a small hole and tied some twine through the hole and then around the bubbles.


Aren’t they adorable! I love them and the cute little owl, just standing there blowing love bubbles. I used an 8-pack of bubbles from the dollar tree, so if you have a classroom of around 25 then you only need about 3 packages! So these come in at UNDER $5!! I also got the twine from the Dollar Tree, they came in a pack of 3 so you have way more than enough to make these.


Just click the photo below to print! You’ll get 8/sheet and it’s best that you print on white card stock. They’ll quick to get together and double as a fine motor activity if you let your little one help you tie the twine.




I think these are going to be a hit for the classroom; they’re adorable, they’re the perfect size and inexpensive!! I hope that you love them as much as I do! Please drop a line below and let me know what you think!! Don’t forget to PIN it so you won’t forget it!


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