Need a quick, easy, and cost-effective Valentine? Download my free printable cards for Valentine’s Day and pair them with bubbles. This inexpensive card is a perfect non-candy Valentine that kids will love receiving.
Are these actually free printable cards for Valentine’s Day?
Yep. They’re totally free.
You don’t even need to give me your email address to unlock the printable or sign up for my newsletter – though you are welcome to do that. I send out a great newsletter every Tuesday.
Seriously, though: these are free. Enjoy them.
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Supplies for Valentines
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To make these cards, I used some items that I always have on hand. These supplies make my life just that much easier. In case you don’t own them or need a recommendation, here are some crafting items I keep in the house:
For the actual Valentine’s, I grabbed small sets of bubbles from both Target and Amazon to see which looked better for photos in this post (hashtag behind the scenes) and how the quality was of each.
Here are links to Target and Amazon supplies, depending on which is easier for you. Oh! And don’t forget that the Dollar Store often has bubbles, too.
Bubbles (pack of 30)
This 30-pack of bubbles is brightly colored, eye-catching, and has a cute little star handle. It’s a big pack of bulk bubbles.
Bubbles (pack of 16)
This 16-pack of bubbles is adorable in 4 colors and 2 different toppers: hearts and stars. These are super affordable.
How to assemble the Valentines
Step 1: I recommend printing the Valentine cards on card stock paper. It’s a better weight for craft project like these (which is why I always have a ream of it on hand).
Step 2: Cut out the Valentine’s (easy peasy).
Step 3: Add one hole punch in the upper left corner of the Valentine. This is where you will tie the bubble to the Valentine. See my photo for how this will look.
Step 4: Make sure to sign the Valentine’s before assembling them. If your child is signing the Valentine’s on their own, make sure to have them do it in chunks of 3-5 rather than all at once.
Step 5: Tie the bubbles to the Valentine’s.
Step 6: Admire your adorable homemade cards.
Download the free printable cards for Valentine’s day
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Frequently Asked Questions
Of course not! Handing out Valentine’s day cards is not a requirement.
My favorite books for Valentine’s day can be found at Happily Ever Elephants.
These come together quickly in just a few minutes. Depending on your child and whether they will be writing their name on the back will also dictate the time.
Susie Allison, M. Ed
Susie Allison is the creator of Busy Toddler and has more than 2 million followers on Instagram. A former teacher and early childhood education advocate, Susie’s parenting book “Busy Toddler’s Guide to Actual Parenting” is available on Amazon.
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