These Washi Tape Valentine Bubbles are a great way to celebrate in the classroom without candy! They make a cute Valentine's Day gift to share with friends.
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If you're a fan of non-candy Valentines, these Washi Tape Valentine Bubbles are an easy, frugal project to do this holiday.
My girls and I were able to make a whole class worth's of bubble Valentines in a half hour for under $6.00–that's my kind of project!
I've recently fallen in love with Washi Tape, a Japanese paper tape that's trending all over the blogosphere. It is easy to work with and comes in all different colors and patterns.
One of my 6-year-old twins is really loving it. She has some dexterity issues but has been very successful decorating with Washi Tape.
Materials for Washi Tape Bubble Valentines
- Bridal Bubbles (from the wedding section of the craft store or Dollar Tree)
- Washi Tape (find it at Target, the craft store, or online)
- Valentine stickers
- fine-tip Sharpie
How to make Washi Tape Bubble Valentines
To make each one, just cut a strip of Washi Tape and wrap around the bubble bottle. Place a sticker on top.
We added the girls' names to the bottom of each bottle with a fine-tip Sharpie. You could also be a little fancier and do a tag with a little extra tape. I chose to keep it very simple!
With each child making 25 Valentines for their class, I love having a quick, simple project like this.
- Wrap a strip of Washi Tape around each bubble bottle.
- Place a Valentine sticker on the top of each bottle.
- Add your child's name to the bottom of each bottle with the Sharpie.