Easy Valentine’s Day Bubble Favors + Printable

On Valentine’s Day, children all around the country will be celebrating with their classmates. Some children will bring in cards and candy, some cookies and cupcakes, and some may even bring in a big ‘ole red cake. But not my kiddos. I know there will be plenty of sweet goodness to go around and instead of contributing sugar, I often go for something a bit different. Last year we did pencils and this year we did bubbles! These Easy Valentine’s Day Bubble Favors are so cute and fun.

I don't like contributing sugar to an already saturated holiday, but I do like to think outside of the box, like w/these Easy Valentine's Day Bubble Favors.

I got a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas this year and I’ve been anxiously awaiting to put it to work since it arrived on my doorstep. Except for the steep learning curve, I love this thing. It definitely makes crafting so much easier!

I don't like contributing sugar to an already saturated holiday, but I do like to think outside of the box, like w/these Easy Valentine's Day Bubble Favors.Please note: You do NOT have to have a Silhouette Cameo to be able to make these. It just makes cutting a bit easier.

Okay, y’all. Lets gather our supplies and get started.

Easy Valentine’s Day Bubble Favors

Supplies Needed:

  • 12 3″ Hearts (printed on card stock of your choosing)
  • 12 2″ Hearts (print this free printable on card stock of your choosing)
  • 12 medium or large Glue Dots (or you can use glue, double-sided tape or whatever else you have on hand)
  • 12 small bottles of bubbles (can be found at Michael’s in packages of 18)
  • hole punch
  • bakers twine (in your color(s) of choice)

Directions:

  • With your hearts cut out and ready to go, you can begin to assemble these cute little Valentine’s Day favors. Place the 3″ heart on a flat surface and place a Glue Dot (glue, double-sided tape, etc.) in the middle of the heart. Carefully place the 2″ heart on top of the 3″ heart and firmly press down.
  • Now that you have your layered heart assembled, use a hole punch and punch a hole towards the top on either side of the heart. You can either do one hole and have the tag hang off the bottle of bubbles, or do two holes and have the heart tag sort of hug the bottle of bubbles. I like both ways and did some of each.
  • The amount of twine you’ll need for each one will depend on the method you choose and how you plan on tying it. For the one-hole method I used a 3-4″ piece of twine and the two-hole method I used a 5-6″ piece of twine. Loop the twine through the hole(s) on the heart and the opening at the top of the bubbles and tie. For ease, I simply tied the twine into a knot instead of a bow. Of course, you can do whatever you’d like.

I don't like contributing sugar to an already saturated holiday, but I do like to think outside of the box, like w/these Easy Valentine's Day Bubble Favors.This DIY Valentine’s Day favor is super simple to make and a much better alternative than sugar-filled, calorie-laden treats. Now I don’t mind a few treats here and there, but the amount of stuff that comes home after a Valentine’s Day party at school is a bit obnoxious. That’s why I love these fun, easy to make Valentine’s Day treats.

I don't like contributing sugar to an already saturated holiday, but I do like to think outside of the box, like w/these Easy Valentine's Day Bubble Favors.In addition to being incredibly adorable, these Valentine’s Day favors where astonishingly inexpensive to make.  I already had the card stock, twine and Glue Dots at home, so the only expense for me was the bubbles. I got a 18-pack at Michael’s for $2.99. Super cheap, right?

I don't like contributing sugar to an already saturated holiday, but I do like to think outside of the box, like w/these Easy Valentine's Day Bubble Favors.

My kiddos are so excited to give these Easy Valentine’s Day Bubble Favors to their classmates on Friday and I’m excited because my kiddos think I’m a cool mom! It’s a win-win, y’all.

Do you do anything special for Valentine’s Day?

Here are some other great ideas for Valentine’s Day:

valentines day snack ideas heart shaped cinnamon rolls valentines smores mix valentines day books


About Crystal

Crystal is Owner & Editor of Simply Being Mommy. She is a work-at-home mom and enjoys being wife and mommy. She loves family, travel, chocolate and Diet Coke.

Comments

  1. 1

    LOVE these Crystal! I can see the kids going nuts for bubbles!

  2. 2

    Those are adorable! We will most likely stay in, build a fire make a nice dinner 🙂

  3. 3

    This would be absolutely perfect for Lucas to take to preschool. Love it!

  4. 4

    What a fun idea!! These are just darling! I love the little saying too!!

  5. 5

    What a creative idea! I love the non-candy ideas!

  6. 6

    Those are super cute! I admit I still kind of like getting the candy for Valentine’s but I can see why parents are looking for non-candy alternatives for their kids to hand out and receive. This one is really affordable when you can get the bubbles at such at great price!

  7. 7

    What a cute idea! Thanks for the free printables, too!

  8. 8

    Love! I am horrible at crafting so printables are what I need! Valentine’s Day is so special to me. It is when I got engaged in 1999! We always head out to our yearly ice castle festival and then dinner:)

  9. 9

    Very cute Valentine’s Day Favors. So easy to make and I love my Silouette.

  10. 10

    We did bubbles too!

  11. 11

    these are the cutest little crafts. I am going to have to bookmark these for next year.

  12. 12

    These came out absolutely nice! I’ll definitely have to try to make these next year.

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