Ring Pop Valentine Printables for School
My daughter wanted her school Valentines to be Ring Pops. Naturally, I couldn’t just have her sign the front of the ring pop bag with a Sharpie, because well, I’m me! So, I made these Ring Pop Valentine printables for her (or maybe it was for me?) and for you in case you succumb to the giant-sized box of Ring Pop goodness at Walmart like we did. They say, “Pop Quiz: Will you be my Valentine?”
Print them here from my Etsy Shop: Ring Pop Valentine
About My Etsy Shop
My shop is a way for me to earn some money to help keep this site up and running with free craft and DIY tutorials. I started it not long ago and it’s been a great experience. In it you will find unique and creative printables including Leprechaun Trap printables and Elf Christmas printables. In addition, there are funny gift card holders and pretend play printables for kids. I’d love for you to stop by here.
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FREE Valentine Printables
In case you are not into giving sweet treats on Valentine’s Day, here are some other printables I have made in the past:
Pencil Valentines: “You are the write one for me.”
Every year I love seeing the new pencil designs in the Target dollar bins (yeah I know, I’m a dork) but these Valentine pencils are cute too.
Bouncy Ball Valentine: “I hope you have a BALL this Valentine’s Day!”
Just place a bouncy ball (or two) in a plastic favor bag and staple or tape this printable to it. Get some bouncy balls here.
Yoyo Valentine: “Yoyo the best, Valentine!”
My daughter fell in love with these yoyo’s from party city but you can also get them here.
Fortune Cookie Valentine: “I am “fortune”-ate to have you as my friend.”
I used fortune cookie erasers for these, however you can give actual fortune cookies as well. Another option is to make a paper fortune cookies with this printable and some candy inside.
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Before you go, check out some fun Valentine’s Day crafts from my YouTube channel.
This post was originally published on January 14, 2017 and has since been updated and improved.