Holiday // Bubble Non-Candy Class Valentine’s Free Printables

February 4, 2011

Non-Candy Valentine Free Printable

My almost four year old Ezra is in preschool this year, which means we had to come up with a fun Valentine for his class mates.

I love to give out non-candy class Valentine’s, because one, they get so much candy, and two there are so many kids with food allergies these days, it is nice to give out an allergy free class valentine. The card says, “Being your friend make me BURST with joy!  Happy Valentine’s Day!”

Bubble Valentine
Free Valentine Printable

Ezra had a great time writing “love” Ezra on the back of each card.

Then, he helped me attached all the bubbles to the card, and package them up in clear packages for all his friends.

Free Class Valentine Printable
Free Class Valentine Printable

I’m happy they are all ready to go for his Valentine’s Day party coming up!

And, guess what?!

I’ve decided to give some of you a break, and offer a free Valentine’s download if you are scrambling for an idea for your little one’s Valentine’s card’s this year.

Download the valentine’s card free pdf here.

ezra valentine card download
Here are some supplies you’ll need to make the cards: (affiliate links are used in this post)
Free Valentine Printable
All you need to do is print out as many of the free pdf downloads as you need, then cut them out. (i used a paper punch corner rounder on the cards)
Print the cards on card stock, and the stickers on the full sheet sticker label paper. (source above)
Have your little one sign the back of the card.
Label all your bubbles, then glue or tape them to the card, and place them in the clear bags.
Good luck!!
Let me know if you have any questions.
And, feel free to share this link with your friends!

28 thoughts on “Holiday // Bubble Non-Candy Class Valentine’s Free Printables

  1. lovely lindsay

    i love this! we have valentines on the brain – this is my luc's first year to really take some to school and i'm so excited! i'll definitly pass this clever idea onto him and see what he thinks! love, lindsay

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  2. Jade

    Holy cow, so cute! I wish Tate had a reason to use these this year. I'll have to save it for next year. Thanks Caroline!

    PS I have come up a bit but I have been sick as a dog so I will give you a call when I am feeling better.

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  3. {jane}

    these are so cute! and, can i just say congrats ~ if i am ever featured in any way on design mom, i'd pretty much be set for the year with excitment. wink. and, thank you for the pdf info, it seems easier than i expected!

    good work!

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  4. Campo Family

    What kind of lables did you use? I am trying to print them on office depot address label sheets (1"x2-5/8") and they aren't coming out right. Is there anyway you could let me know…I am using them for our mom/tot group Valentin Party! They are just adorable!

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  5. .caroline armelle.

    Hi! I have had a few questions about the labels. They work with the full sheet sticker paper. They can be found at office supply stores. The entire sheet is a sticker paper. Then, you cut out any shape you want. The labels will not work with the pre cut shape labels. Only full sheet sticker paper. Hope this helps.

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  6. Megan

    I found this project on Pinterest. LOVE! However, the second printable won't open for me. My husband and I have tried multiple browsers on both Mac and Windows platform. Help!

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  7. Wendy Liechty

    Good morning Caroline!

    Thank you for sharing your creativity! I wanted to print these out today for my daughter's presents to her classmates on her birthday. I was going to just hide the "Valentines Day" part.

    However I am having trouble getting the files. They say they are not available and also have errors. I signed up for LilyPlay and still can not seem to access them. Is it possible to get them still? Take care and thank you again! Wendy

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  8. Meeableu

    Hi I would love use it for my son's preschool class.. Would it ok to to have access to the free downloads? I love your creativity! Thanks Caroline

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