A Bouncy Ball Valentine

This cute bouncy ball Valentine and printable is perfect for the kids to give out at their Valentine’s Day party. Easy to make and inexpensive.

bouncy ball Valentine
This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. See my disclosure policy to read more.  Adult supervision is required for each step of activities, recipes, crafts, and games with children. Small parts are a choking hazard.

Bouncy Ball Valentine Printable

Valentine’s Day crafts are always a welcome change from dreary winter days. Like making cupcake paper flowers, Hershey’s Kiss Mice, and a Valentine Handprint Craft . Making Valentine’s Day cards together is another great way to add a touch of fun to a cold February day.

This year, the allergies in some classes are so severe that the school nurse has asked for a NO CANDY Valentine. Hmm… what to do…what to do? I tried to come up with some candy-less Valentine’s ideas that would still be fun for the kids. This is a No Candy Valentine that I think would be fun to give and to receive.

 I found some bouncy balls at Wal-Mart—six of them for under $1.00—and thought they would make a fun gift for the other kids at school. They will love their new toy, and you’ll love how inexpensive it is to make this Valentine’s Day card.

Supplies You’ll Need

bouncy ball Valentine's card supplies

Card Stock

This bouncy ball printable

Cellophane bags


Equipment Needed


How to Make Bouncy Ball Valentine’s Day Cards

Click on the printable link to take you to the cards. Press CTRL+P and print as many as you need on cardstock

Cut the cards apart and fold them each in half

making bouncy ball Valentine's Day cards

Have your child sign their name to each card

Place a bouncy ball into a cellophane bag

bouncy ball in cellophane

Slide it into the folded card

making bouncy ball Valentine card

Staple the card to the bag

bouncy ball Valentine

More Valentine’s Day Cards You’ll Love

Come and find me on Pinterest and Facebook for more recipes, crafts, party treats, and holiday games!

Never Miss a Thing!

Get weekly newsletters sharing awesome ideas and family recipes.

    We respect your privacy. Unsubscribe at any time.

    ~Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.Com 

    Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.