Valentine’s Day bubbles with a label on the bottle that reads, “You blow me away Valentine!” – what a fun way to celebrate a day of love and friendship! This easy Valentine’s Day craft for kids is perfect for a Valentine classroom party! Everyone loves bubbles, so giving them as a Valentine makes perfect sense, right?
You remember the days when everyone brought candy and Valentine’s Day cupcakes to celebrate birthdays and special holidays, right? I recall all of the fun class parties we used to have, and having to take treats home because I couldn’t eat them all.
Rules have changed. Many kids have food allergies – some of them life threatening – and schools have had to say no to parties with food.
Valentine’s Day is pretty much the biggest for giving candy, so what do you do to replace that? You give Valentine’s Day bubbles!
I don’t think I have ever met a child, or grown up for that matter, who didn’t love to blow bubbles.
Blowing bubbles is so much fun that I’m giving away a free printable you can tape to bottles of bubbles. Your kids will love the saying, because it isn’t mushy or sappy.
The Valentine’s Day bubbles are super easy to make, too.
Make the Valentine’s Day bubbles in 4 easy steps!
Download the file above and have your child write their name under the word ‘from’. Cut out on black lines
Tape to 2-ounce bottles of bubbles. I used double-sided tape. You can also use glue dots or even regular glue. Whatever you have on hand will work just fine.
This is even a perfect step for your child to do. Not only will it make them feel good about helping to make their Valentines, it will also get them more excited about Valentine’s Day.