Bubble Valentine’s for your child’s class

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Valentine’s Day is JUST around the corner and I know lots of parents (myself included) aren’t always wanting to send candy to school!!  Are you looking for a great, non-candy alternative for your kids to take to hand out for Valentine’s Day? My friend at Coupons Are Great created a cute Valentine bubble tag and attached to bubble necklaces for a super fun twist on Valentines this year. Head over to her site to grab the printable PDF so you can easily recreate this craft!

If you have a Walgreens you can pick up these bubble necklaces for 33¢ each through Saturday February 4th. That’s a very budget friendly price!

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  • This is a great idea! I love that it doesn’t include candy!

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  • LOVE THIS IDEA FOR MY DAUGHTER

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  • Oh my gosh!! This is so cute! I already bought mine but I wish I had seen these first! I’m going to look for them next year, though, and in fact, may go out and buy them now so I’ll be one step ahead come 2013! Thanks so much for the heads up on this :D

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  • Thanks! They get so much candy already its nice to have an alternative!

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  • These are adorable! We were going to make lollipop photo valentines, but we haven’t taken the photo yet and we are running out of time. I might see if I can find the bubbles tomorrow and switch.

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  • these are so cute! they’d really have fun with this!

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