I used these free printable balloon Valentines for 3 year old Maxwell in 2017. He loves balloons. Balloons = party, and this kiddo loves to party. While driving, if Maxwell spots a car dealership with balloons tied to the fence he starts asking about cupcakes and and begs to go to the “party”. These balloon valentine cards are perfect for the classroom Valentines party! I made 2 balloon Valentine options one for deflated balloons and one for inflated helium balloons. I like options!
Oh and if you’re looking for more kids Valentines cards, be sure to check out this post with 50 clever valentine sayings paired with small treats.
There are two free printable balloon Valentines
- “You make my heart pop” made for a helium filled balloon
- “Love is in the air” made for a deflated balloon
The other option, is to buy helium balloons and attach the free printable “You Make my Heart Pop” valentine.
Here’s what you need to make these Valentines
- Red balloons (These heart shaped balloon would be super cute.)
- Hole punch
- Free printable
How to download the Balloon Valentine cards
The free printable file includes two types of balloon Valentines.
- Helium balloons- “You make my heart pop”
- Non blown up balloons- “Love is in the air”
Step 1- Download the free printable Valentines
First, download the “You make my heart pop” and ” Love is in the air” free printable balloon Valentines. Enter your name and email address in the form below and the free file will be delivered to your inbox! The “You make my heart pop” balloon Valentines come 4 to a page and the “Love is in the Air” printable comes 3 to a page.
Step 2- Print
Now it’s time to print the Valentine cards! For best results, use white card stock to print the balloon valentines.
Step 3- Cut out & hole punch
Step 4- Address and attach
Before you attach the balloons, use a pen to address each Valentine. Finally, attach the helium balloon to the Valentine. Put the balloon ribbon through the top hole, behind the printable, and then through the bottom hole. To make the circle stay in place, just wrap the ribbon back through itself.
I think Max is excited to hand these Valentines out to his classmates!
How to make the easy balloon Valentines
To make the classroom valentines even easier, print and cut out the cloud shaped “Love is in the air” Valentines. Simply add a red balloon with washi tape and you’re done!
“Mommy! I can’t see you!”
Band Aids are another big winner around these parts! What kind of Valentines do your kids enjoy handing out? If you’re looking for more Valentines day cards, don’t miss: