Who knew the way to our kids’ heart was a silicone shape with poppin’ bubbles? Our girls love their Pop Its! So I decided the perfect class Valentine would be Pop It Valentine’s Day Cards – Poppin’ By To Say Happy Valentine’s Day. This non-candy Valentine is perfect for classes and everyone gets a new Pop It! If your kids love Pop Its as much as mine, grab my Pop It Valentine’s Day Cards free printable below.
Pop It Valentine
For our Pop It Valentine, I ordered a bundle of keychain-sized Pop Its on Amazon. Originally I planned to get all heart-shaped Pop Its, but in the end, I decided on a mixed bundle. In part, because it was the best price, and partly because my daughter liked the colors best. But you can pair this Pop It Valentine printable with any Pop It that you want. You can even use full-size Pop Its, but I like the smaller size and the keychain is perfect for attaching the little card.
You can find the Pop It Key Chains we purchased HERE. (Be sure to clip the coupon!)
You could also attach the Valentine card to these cute Pop It bracelets (bonus, they are heart-shaped!) HERE.
You can also find Pop It keychains in the dollar section at Target, but I wasn’t lucky enough to find enough for a whole class.
My total cost for the Pop It valentine was less than $1 each. (I didn’t include the cost of paper because I already had that on hand.)
All you will need for this easy class Valentine is cardstock paper, a printer, a hole punch and the Pop Its.
Pop It Valentine’s Day Card Printable
Although I designed this printable Valentine’s Day card to pair with a Pop It for a cute non-candy gift. My oldest pointed out that the Valentine printable can also be handed alone as a card or paired with a piece of candy if you want to go that way instead. The Pop It gift is super cute, but if this gives you a way to use the Valentine for just the cost of paper.
Thanks to my husband for the assist, the Pop It Valentine Card is editable. This means you can add your kiddo’s name to the Valentine before you print them out. This is nice if your child doesn’t want to write their name over and over.
For your Valentine to look like mine, you need to have the font I used downloaded on your computer. The font is currently available as a free download from one of my favorite font sites FontBundles.com. You will have to make an account to download the file, but it is completely free (and safe). If you don’t want the exact font, the PDF will default to a plain font to type in your child’s name.
Download the MyLove font for free HERE.
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Hope your kids like this Valentine as much as mine do. Happy Valentine’s Day.
Happy Valentines day
I can’t find the download. Thanks!
Hi Deb – Thanks for letting me know. Something went wonky with the code, the box to receive it by email is available now. I’ve gone ahead and sent it to you via email as well.
I didn’t receive the download.
Hi – That’s odd. I see it on my end as delivered. Please check your spam or other folders.
Christy Garrett says
These are so cute. My son loves fidget toys and it would have been a great Valentine’s Day card/gift for all of his classmates. Maybe next year, I can pick the popits up at dollar tree or Target dollar spot.