You Blow Me Away Valentine Printable

Print these cute “You Blow Me Away Valentine” Printable tags, attach them to bubbles and you have the cutest classroom Valentine’s Day idea.

You Blow me Away Valentine

It’s Superbowl Sunday, I know. But for the peeps whose teams aren’t in it (me), it’s just another day. And another day closer to Valentine’s Day. So why not share a fun little Valentine’s Day printable with you, right?

This idea ain’t new. You’ve seen it before I’m sure. But that’s okay in my book. I’ve come to learn that even if an idea has been done a hundred times, there’s always room to add your own spin on it and that’s what I did with this You Blow Me Away Valentine Printable.

Don’t ever let that keep you from creating or dreaming. I’ve also come to realize that just because YOU’VE seen an idea on someone’s blog, doesn’t meant that YOUR readers have seen it know what I mean?

So, go for it! Always remember to give credit where credit is due if something specific has inspired you.

Classroom Valentine Printables

I think Valentines’ Days is the 2nd biggest candy holiday of the year (next to Halloween) but that doesn’t mean you can’t offer your kids or your kids classmates an alternative to sugary valentine treats. How about some bubbles.

Bubble are fun and kids of all ages love to play with them. Target has a pack of 24 of these adorable little bubbles for just $3.

To create these little gifts yourself you will need a 2.25 – 3 inch scallop punch, bakers twine, card stock, bubbles and the “You Blow Me Away Valentine” tag.

You Blow Me Away Valentine-Full Sheet

DOWNLOAD YOU BLOW ME AWAY TAGS

PERSONAL USE ONLY – DO NOT DISTRIBUTE, SHARE, SELL OR USE TO MAKE A PROFIT.

For more AWESOME and FREE Valentine’s Day Printables and SVG Cut files for Silhouette and Cricut, click HERE.

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17 Comments

  1. Adorable! I love your take on this, nothing wrong with putting a new spin on a old favorite. Have a great day.

  2. I love how you actually included the background in the printable, makes it so much easier. Very cute!

  3. I love these!! I agree – don’t ever not do a project just because you’d seen other people do them. I used to feel differently, but then I realized that not everyone else has seen what I’ve seen. And you’re right, we all put our own spin on things. 🙂 Anyway, I hadn’t seen these before and I am going to use them for Miss A’s Valentine’s party next week. Now, I’ve got to go hunt down those cute bubbles!

  4. Thank you so much for this idea…I had purchased bubbles for my preschool class for Valentines Day…this will be the perfect extra touch they needed. I too loved that you included the background so all I had to do was use my scallop punch and be done. Thank you so much for sharing your printable.
    I found my bubbles at Michaels in the Valentine’s section. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Laurie!! I will be assembling my bubbles for my girls classes for this week. 🙂

  5. Cute idea for a non candy Valentine. Also, I really love your new design of your website.

  6. Angela B. says:

    You just saved me! My little girl, Sarah, is having her party tomorrow and I totally flaked on it because it was the day before Valentine’s Day! Had a bag of Blow Pops and found this. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!11

    1. I’m so glad I could help!!!! Take a picture if you can and share it with me on Facebook if you can. 🙂 XOXO

  7. Hi! I just wanted to share with you here: http://thelittlegreenwagon.blogspot.com how I used the CUTE Valentine’s tags you provided! I had even made my own and when my daughter saw yours on Pinterest, she made me change over 50 tags out! 🙂 Thank you for sharing!!

    1. Omg, that is so funny!!!! lol Thanks so much for sharing this with me. I love how your project came out. 🙂 XOXO

  8. I love these, absolutely adorable! 🙂 I included them in a roundup of our favorite classroom valentines for this year. Thanks for sharing!

  9. LOVE THIS!! Thanks for sharing such an adorable and EASY to duplicate idea!

  10. I have been looking all over the internet for something to surprise the kids will bubbles. This is absolutely adorable! I had to comment. Such a creative idea. Thank you for the inspiration. 🙂

  11. So cute! I would use the 2.25 inch scallop cutter. The 3″ one is too big and makes the lettering look small. Thank you!