Valentine’s Day is a great time for kids to share how they care for their loved ones and classmates. Those looking for an alternative to sweet treats may consider creating loom bracelets and attaching them to loom bracelet valentine tags to personalize and gift them!
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Does anyone else have a child obsessed with creating stretchable loom bracelets?
My girls both got one of their Rainbow Loom kits last year for their birthday and have been enjoying overlapping and looping new bracelet patterns.
They like to sit on the floor, the couch or their little craft table and work on new patterns by following youtube videos from the brand.
Since they are hybrid schooling this year and their class sizes are somewhat small, this Valentine’s Day I thought it would be fun if they created a few loom bracelets for their classmates. A easy printable tag was needed to gift these colorful creations so I crafted up these pun filled Loom Bracelet Valentines Tags!
The printable sheet includes 4 loom bracelet Valentine’s tags featuring the two phrases seen here. “It’s no stretch. You’re the best!” and “I’m so glad weave become friends!”
You can easily print, trim to shape, and personalize with your name with a pen on the back. To gift, slide a bracelet in and secure it closed with a staple or glue stick.
I printed and let both girls cut out the tags themselves. They also got to pick their own color patterns and personalize the back for each of their friends.
Because of all the new processes, both girls are bringing them in this week in order to have the items quarantine before being passed to their friends for Valentine’s Day.
This is one of my favorite annual photos to take of my girls and one I suggest you taking of your kids! It shows what they gifted, how they looked at this age (oh the growing teeth!) and their little handwriting on how they sign their names.
Classroom Valentine Ideas: